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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Street retail in Athens: focus on the center and prosperous suburbs
Since 2010, the Greek government has taken many measures to reduce public debt and budget deficits. They have already brought the first results: according to the IMF estimates, GDP growth…

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The cost of housing in Germany: buying an apartment
Berlin: a market with great potential West Germany: liquid real estate market East Germany: dynamic market development The German economy is the largest and most stable in Europe, so the…

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Portugal: from its launch

Non-traditional effect: how does the LGBT community affect the value of real estate?

Where to look for real estate, which will definitely rise in price in 10–20 years? There are dozens of theories by which analysts are trying to predict price increases in different locations around the world. One of the most discussed ideas is how the concentration of representatives of the gay community among its residents influences the cost per square meter in urban areas. Editorial Tranio tried to understand the history of non-traditional issue. Continue reading

UK will open the owners of real estate, decorated on offshore

On July 23, the Parliament of Great Britain introduced a new draft law on the creation of a public registry in which foreign companies owning real estate in the country would have to disclose the names of their final beneficiaries. Those who hide this information or enter false information in the register will face fines and imprisonment up to 5 years for nominal ownership of real estate for the purpose of money laundering. If the law is adopted, the register of foreign companies will begin to operate by 2021. The UK will be the first country in the world to create such a tool. Continue reading

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 by 20–40%. In order to stimulate capital inflows from abroad, some countries in southern Europe have launched “golden visa” programs: Greece, Spain, Cyprus, and Portugal have started to issue residence permits to foreign investors in exchange for investments in their country’s economy. Malta, where such a program has been operating since 1988, has made conditions for investors more flexible. Continue reading

Who should not invest in mini-hotels
In Tranio, investors are often asked to find a hotel for 10–30 rooms abroad managed by a large hotel operator and with a long-term contract. However, they do not plan…

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Real estate in the Austrian Alps - a promising direction for investment
Alps - the world's largest market for ski tourism. According to estimates of Laurent Vanat, the founder of the Swiss consulting company Laurent Vanat Consulting SARL, this region accounted for…

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“I achieved my goal”: an interview with a Tranio client a year and a half after buying a profitable apartment in Budapest
In 2016, a lawyer from Kiev Roman, with the help of Tranio, bought a profitable apartment in Budapest - he told us about the search and purchase procedure in the…

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Who should not invest in mini-hotels
In Tranio, investors are often asked to find a hotel for 10–30 rooms abroad managed by a large hotel operator and with a long-term contract. However, they do not plan…

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