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The good news is that buying property in Switzerland is possible – the bad being how tricky it can be in this seemingly overregulated nation. Well over half of the country rents for life, so it’s safe to say that Switzerland is by no means a seller’s market. And even if it was, it’s becoming more and more difficult to find desirable properties that aren’t priced rather on the OTT side.
From a positive perspective, though, it’s uncommon for landlords to receive less than several dozen applications from perspective tenants every year. There are few v European nations where rent returns are so consistent, dependable and attractive. Still, unless you’re already an EU citizen, you’ll struggle to buy in the first place – the simplest of transactions aren’t usually wrapped up for the best part of a year.
Once the term for Roman country 🏠 houses, the word "villa" now has a much wider meaning, which encompasses extravagant country estates and semi-detached bungalows. But whether talking about detached holiday homes or high-end rental properties, the term "villa" still carries connotations of class.