Wednesday, 14 November 2018
Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

Prague City Hall wants to change the law that regulates the operation of the accommodation through the Airbnb application. Accommodation providers, for example, would be obliged to give the city information on the residents, and Prague also wants to introduce the possibility to regulate Airbnb through decrees.

Business | Real Estate | The Slovak Spectator

The current state of the Slovak and Czech residential real estate market - what are the risks?

Business | Real Estate | Prague Daily Monitor

Hospodářské noviny reports that the government is making a serious attempt to change the regulatory requirements for new construction and make things faster from the current 40 to 60 required permissions and multi-year process.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

A new plan for Libeňský most calls for placing modern-design apartments and grassy fields on top of transportation tunnels. The proposal was put forward by Petr Stuchlík, a businessman who is running for Prague mayor in the upcoming municipal election on the ANO movement ticket.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague Daily Monitor

Hospodářské noviny reports that the disused bus station in Palmovka, looks all set to see redevelopment to the tune of CZK 1.2 billion, after the board of the Prague transit company DPP Praha, approved, the signing of a future contract with Landia Management, the developer of the project.

Business | Real Estate | Radio Prague

The upswing in apartment and house prices in the Czech Republic has spread to the market for cottages and chalets. Indeed, such recreational homes have gone up by an average of 20 percent in the last year, according to a company that monitors property prices.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

New construction regulations will allow changing some nonresidential studios in Prague into residential flats. This means that the studios can now be used as official permanent residences. The new Prague Building Regulations (PSP) should take effect in the fall.

Real Estate | Radio Prague

A new government scheme providing relatively cheap loans to young people to buy or renovate homes has just been launched. However, with prices continuing to soar many may still find it difficult to find suitable properties. From Wednesday Czech couples aged 35 or younger can apply for state loans of up to CZK 2 million to either purchase or renovate new housing.