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Huge jump in Spain property sales

A Place in the Sun 30.10.2010
Eroglu says progress must be needed in Cyprus property issue

President Dervis Eroglu of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) said on Monday that progress was needed on the property issue to begin discussing other topics under the extensive peace talks to find a comprehensive solution to the Cyprus issue.

Huge jump in Spain property sales

The Spain property market is back with a bang if the latest figures from the Spanish National Statistics Institute (INE) are anything to go by.

Property market recovery in Bulgaria fuels mortgage lending growth

The slight revival on Bulgaria's real estate market has provided for the recovery in mortgage lending, banks active mainly in the property loan segment told Dnevnik.

Irish property market completes three-year write-downs

Ireland - Irish commercial property values fell by -2.6% over the third quarter, extending the peak-to-trough decline to -59% over three years, according to the SCS/ IPD Ireland Quarterly Property Index. The capital depreciation, combined with a 2.3% income return, contributed to a third quarter total return of -0.3%.

Cheap Spain Property Bargains

A Place in the Sun 27.10.2010
Cheap Spain Property Bargains

Has there ever been a better time to buy property in Spain? The Spain property market turmoil of the past three years has caused residential values to plummet across the country - creating numerous Spain property bargains in the process. Yet new research now suggests that even more Spain property bargains could soon become available.

Irish property developer arrested over $73.3 million corruption and bribery case

An Irish businessman and property developer was arrested on Tuesday night relating to corruption and bribery allegations.

Bulgaria-Time To Buy?

Quest Bulgaria 21.10.2010
Bulgaria-Time To Buy?

Recent feedback from estate agents in Bulgaria is showing positive signs that the down turn in the property market is coming to an end, with some estate agents predicting a large rise in sales which could begin from as early as the spring of 2011.

Cyprus leaders discuss property, new border crossings

Cypriot leaders discussed property issue and new border crossings that could be opened between the two sides in the island.

Bulgarian Interior Minister explains the origin of his six properties

Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has rejected accusations of foul play in relation to his six properties. During a morning television interview on the private channel bTV, he was asked to explain where those properties had come from, following allegations that he had undeclared income.

Javier Ballester, managing director of Taylor Wimpey de España

Your company closed 2009 with 175 home completions in Spain. What is your forecast for the rest of 2010? Leading up to 2010 there has been less development by Taylor Wimpey de España in Spain and by developers generally across the country. Therefore, in the prime locations especially stock is very limited.

Pictures taken from a helicopter by revenue agents show hundreds of properties with pools, huge houses, private roads, tennis and mini-golf courts in Sofia's suburbs. Photo by NRA

The National Revenue Agency (NRA) is continuing the probes of upscale real estate in Bulgaria, now aiming at the Black Sea coast.

Strong elite residential real estate brings developers back

2010 has seen a strong performance from elite quality residential real estate, with developers bringing project back into play after being hit by the global credit crunch.

Bargain homes in France, Italy and Spain

Zoe Dare Hall The Telegraph 12.10.2010
East Europe real estate

Apartment prices in three key Baltic capital cities have passed the bottom and are now rising, indicating that the real estate sector has now weathered drastic falls experienced during the global economic downturn.

Spanish spoils: a roof-top apartment with pool, part of the Palacete Thebussem redevelopment, half an hour inland from the Costa de la Luz

When off-plan properties were all the rage among overseas property hunters a few years ago, the romance went out of owning a place abroad. After all, how many of us would have been inspired by A Year in Provence had Peter Mayle bought lock-up-and-leave flats on purpose-built resorts?

Could Spanish property prices be on the rise?

Property Showrooms 07.10.2010
Cyprus agreement to shake up real estate

A new tax information sharing agreement with Cyprus will shake up the Russian real estate development sector, as developers look for new ways to minimize taxes.

Could Spanish property prices be on the rise?

Opportunities for property investors to snap up some bargain real estate in Spain could soon be coming to an end, as the market begins on the road to recovery.

German Property Market Gets Boost From International Buyers

Anita Likus The Wall Street Journal 07.10.2010
German Property Market Gets Boost From International Buyers

LONDON (Dow Jones)--International property investors are providing a welcome boost to the German real-estate market, which they see as an attractive alternative to popular destinations like Paris and London.

House prices continue to fall - surveys

Two separate sets of figures show that house prices continued to fall in the third quarter of this year. Property website Daft.ie said asking prices for homes around the country fell by an average of 3.7% during the third quarter. Figures from its rival MyHome.ie show that property prices fell by 3.9% in the third quarter of this year, bringing the fall for the year so far to 11%

Building the zero-energy home

Tina-Marie O’Neill The Sunday Business Post Online 05.10.2010
Building the zero-energy home

A Dublin architect who owns the first zero-energy house to have been built in Ireland will be among the speakers at the fifth Irish Sustainable Building Show that takes place at the RDS in Dublin from Thursday.


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