How the size of the capital and the behavior of owners of foreign accounts: the study of Tranio and Adam Smith
Russia joined the agreement on the automatic exchange of financial information (Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement, MCAA), and at the end of December 2017 the OECD published a list of countries…

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Property taxes in Greece
Non-residents of Greece pay real estate taxes at the same rate as the residents of the country. Purchase The amount of tax when buying a property can vary greatly: for…

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Short-term rental market in Athens: where to buy to earn more?
Athens is the second city in Europe in terms of the growth rate of the number of tourists: according to estimates by research company Euromonitor International, the number of arrivals…

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“Now it’s the other way around”: investors choose Valencia after a referendum in Barcelona

On October 1, 2017, a referendum on independence was held in Catalonia, 90% of those who voted in favor of separating the region from Spain. Since then, uncertainty has reigned in the real estate market of Barcelona.

If those who live in Spain and are looking for residential real estate in Barcelona for themselves, continue to search, then investors have focused their attention on Valencia, says Maria Kamysheva, project manager for Spain in Tranio. Continue reading

Feast on Olympus: investors are returning to Greece

In the summer of 2017, international rating agencies Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s and Fitch raised Greece’s credit ratings with a positive outlook. Analysts state: the country’s economy is recovering from the crisis. Other experts share their optimism:

According to IMF forecasts, by the end of 2017 Greece’s economy will grow by 1.8%, while the EU forecasts growth of 1.6% in 2017 and 2.5% in the next two years; Continue reading

Protests in Iran could trigger an increase in demand for property abroad

Great Britain
“Over the past two years, after Obama eased sanctions against Iran, there are more Iranian clients in the UK market,” said Yevgeny Tripuk, broker of the British financial company Arc & Co. – However, banks are in no hurry to lend them. As a rule, funding is available to those who have a second citizenship or are resident in another state. But even in such cases, banks usually ask for confirmation that the client does not have income and assets in Iran itself, that is, the cash flow has nothing to do with this jurisdiction. ” Continue reading

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Carte Blanche for Investors: Golden Visas in Southern Europe
In 2008, a financial crisis began in Europe. The problems in the economy affected the state of local real estate markets: the volume of investments decreased, real estate prices fell…

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Buy, repair, sell: how to make money on redevelopment in Europe
Rental rates for rental businesses in Europe have been falling for the past few years. According to a PwC study, Emerging Trends in Real Estate, in the eurozone, they dropped…

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Expansion history: how Airbnb is changing the global real estate market
The idea of ​​Airbnb was born in 2007: then in San Francisco the recent graduates of the Rhode Island Design School, Brian Cesky and Joe Gebbia, had nothing to pay…

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Four largest banks in Greece successfully passed the ECB stress test
On May 5, the European Central Bank (ECB) published the results of the stress test of the four largest banks in Greece: with an unfavorable scenario, in the next three…

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