Burgas is the most popular property destination in Bulgaria, according to new research by TheMoveChannel.com.
Cyprus has been subject to a lot of negative attention in the weeks following the government’s controversial actions to secure a bailout. But while the economic outlook may be grim, the market is ripe for property investors, argues Andreas Kourtellaris.
Polish property investment is on the up, according to new figures. Data from CBRE shows that investment in Central and Eastern Europe tripled in the first quarter of 2013 from last year to reach €2.6 billion. And Poland is leading the way, with investors rating the country the most attractive market for the year.
Like many countries, the eurozone crisis weighs heavy on Italy. With its government divided and debt spiralling up, the Italian economic outlook is not pretty. But nestled in the Dolomites Mountains, the small town of Feltre allows residents to escape the doom and gloom.
Ever since the movie Mamma Mia, the Greek islands have been associated with romance, love and a healthy lifestyle. Karpathos is no exception, explains Huguette de Chassiron, who found that a four-bedroom villa gave birth to a life she never could have conceived.
Ever wanted your own dream house in Canada? Why not build your own? That’s what friends of George Betemps did in British Columbia. Their log house in Takysie Lake, made from the trees surrounding the site, stood on a 140 acre plot of land with beautiful mountain scenery to accompany the small expanse of water.
In the last 12 months, Dubai has undergone an incredible transformation – from a country struggling with recession to (according to Knight Frank) the strongest housing market in the world.
With the Capital still gripped by sub-zero temperatures and Arctic blasts it can be easy to forget that spring is just around the corner and soon enough green fingered Londoners will be out in force, sowing veggie patches, sprucing up window boxes and even installing new water features that Charlie Dimmock would be proud of.