In Northern Cyprus, a unique, but completely stable, political situation has developed. A small part of the land in the state remained in the possession of the Greek Cypriots previously living in the north. Theoretically, they can claim their rights to them, so the purchase of unverified objects in the secondary market is complicated by risks. Another situation in the primary market. In Northern Cyprus, over the past decade, annual growth in sales of new buildings by an average of 10% has been recorded. This is due to the fact that developers use sites that do not have disputed status. A reliable developer has a full package of legal documents on land.
Choosing an object and a developer
Buying a property in Northern Cyprus begins with setting priorities. Depending on financial capabilities and personal preferences, the range of significant parameters is limited. House or apartment? Location, secondary or primary? Of great importance are the acquisition goals: for personal residence or for subsequent rental. Coastal areas are intensively built up in the country – the choice is diverse. Definitely not worth buying housing built in close proximity to military facilities. Real estate in the area around them limited to 500 m is not registered. Continue reading
Among the European countries where Russians prefer to relocate, the Czech Republic is in the leading position. There are good reasons for this. Czech language is related to Russian, it is easier to learn than, for example, French. Getting a job here is an achievable goal.
For immigration, you can rent a house or buy property in the secondary or primary market. There are enough offers, the average price per square meter in the country is 3300 €. Renting a one-room apartment in Prague costs 350-450 € per month, in other cities or in the countryside it is usually cheaper. Settlement in the Czech Republic is much easier when obtaining a residence permit.
Benefits for owners of a residence permit
A residence permit is not automatically granted to property owners in the Czech Republic. They receive only visa benefits – the opportunity to apply for a multi-visa and remain outside the country for 180 days a year. For those with a residence permit there are no restrictions on residence. There is a condition – a permit for long-term stay is renewed every 5 years. Continue reading
Cyprus is a legendary place. Here epochs and cultures intertwine, here the clear sea and white sandy beaches, and the mountains come close to the water. This is a special place, and those who live here will not exchange it for anything else.
The climate here is mild and warm, even on cold winter nights the temperature does not fall below 5 degrees Celsius, and the tourist season lasts from April to November. A large number of unique species of plants and animals live here, which are no longer anywhere in the world. Spending even a short vacation in Cyprus means leaving a particle of heart here.
No wonder a lot of people would like to stay here forever. Today it is quite simple to do this – having bought a house or an apartment, you have the right to apply for a residence permit (if the price of your property is above a certain threshold) or just spend the summer here. Continue reading
The cost of a house, villa or apartment in Spain largely depends on its location. The same factor determines the possibility of making a profit from renting, the ability to lead a comfortable lifestyle, and many other important points. The territory of Spain is divided into 17 regions, of which only 5 are the most popular. The reasons for its popularity are climatic factors and favorable conditions for living and doing business.
This region is the northernmost territory of the Mediterranean coast. Foreigners willingly buy property in its capital, Barcelona, at the popular resorts of Costa Bravo and Costa Dorada. At the same time, the general atmosphere in Costa Bravo is somewhat calmer, but the more southern Costa Dorada is full of noise, life and tourists most of the time.
In Catalonia, the change of seasons is clearly noticeable, winter is cold and dank here, but the rest of the year the nature is simply fabulous. Even the rural hinterland in this part of the country looks like an advertising illustration – olive groves, vineyards, lush gardens and groves look like works of art. Continue reading
There are many ways to stay in Spain, and a huge number of stories about how our compatriots did it. I will tell you not only about my success in this difficult matter, but also about the failures and nuances that I had to face on the way to the coveted residence.
In Spain, I ended up in love, initially to the language, which led me to a language internship, and then to my future husband.
It was when I got married that I received my resident card. But believe me, this is far from the only and not the easiest way to stay in the land of sun and jamon.
My original goal was a student or work visa, living together with a loved one, and so far no marriage. But faced with a number of problems, it became clear that marriage is the most convenient way to be together. So how to stay in Spain: Continue reading