Saturday, 16 November 2019

Real Estate

Lesson learned: When it comes to mortgages have a few irons in the fire

Prague Connect |
21 August 2013

When in a purchase process don't be misled by the promises of a bank mortgage agent who doesn't have authority to make the final approval. Have more than one application going at the same time.

Once divisive Dancing House goes on market

Radio Prague |
7 August 2013

Prague's best-known and most distinctive modern building, which sharply divided opinion when it was completed in the mid 1990s, is set to go on sale.

Lesson learned: Love the deal not the property

Prague Connect |
18 June 2013

In real estate investing much of the money to be made is in getting the lowest possible purchase price.

Lesson learned: Deal directly with the listing real estate agent

Prague Connect |
31 May 2013

One thing I quite often hear is that real estate agents make a lot of money for doing nothing. What many people don't realise is that often a real estate agent puts in months of unseen effort to try to sell a property before the one person comes along who takes it.

Prague property market outlook – 2013/Q2

Prague Connect |
14 May 2013

The economy is plugging along, Prague employment rates are good, banks are well capitalized and consumers are not (comparatively) under a lot of debt, Prague property experts agreed at a meeting end of April.

Czech fortress reborn as a home

The New York Times |
26 April 2013

It was the search for a fixer-upper cottage that led Jan Sedláček to one of them: the small town of Třebotov about 20 kilometers, or 12 miles, from the Czech capital.

Real estate sales in the Czech Republic are speeding up

Prague Connect |
23 April 2013

In the past year, a new kind of service called Home Staging, has developed in the Czech Republic. This kind of service is well known to people living outside of our country, but here, in Czech Republic, is quite new.

Restitution – would your property be repossessed?

Prague Connect |
26 March 2013

Restitution is a feared word with regard to Czech property. And there is good reason for that as the last 80 years has seen a few waves of expropriated property.

Luxury living a draw for many buyers with deep pockets

Prague Post |
15 March 2013

Top end of the real estate market less affected by recession

Foreigners no longer big players in Prague's property market

Radio Prague |
14 March 2013

After years of growth, the real estate market in the Czech capital has seen a slow but steady decline, with decreasing prices and many more new listings having turned Prague property into a buyer's market. One factor behind the change is waning interest from foreigners to invest into real estate in the Czech capital.

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