Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Real Estate

Can I as a foreigner purchase land in the Czech Republic?

Prague Connect |
23 April 2012

The acquisition of land by foreigners is no longer limited in the Czech Republic since May 2009.

Custom apartments for the jet set

Prague Post |
20 April 2012

Italian designer collaborates on new complex in Prague 1.

Most commercial properties newly built

Prague Post |
20 April 2012

But renovation and reconstruction remain key parts of market.

Festival: Reclaiming urban public spaces

Prague Post |
20 April 2012

ReSITE focuses on potential for architects, developers and politicians to collaborate.

Foreigners no longer big players in Prague's property market

Radio Prague |
19 April 2012

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.

Where to invest in Brno property

Prague Connect |
19 April 2012

Brno is the second in size to Prague but could never be called second-rate.

CEE sees lowest investment volumes since 2009: CBRE

Property EU |
18 April 2012

Commercial property investment volumes in central and eastern Europe (CEE) amounted to EUR 900 million during the first quarter of 2012 - the lowest volume seen since Q3 2009 - according to the latest data from CBRE.

Hannover Leasing sold City Center České Budějovice

Property Magazine |
18 April 2012

A German closed-end fund of Hannover Leasing has sold the property City Center České Budějovice, which acquired the City Center in 2008.

Central European Investment volumes expected to bounce back in Q2 2012

Property Magazine |
17 April 2012

According to Cushman & Wakefield (C&W), investment activity in the core central European markets of Poland, Czech, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania amounted to just EUR 847 million in Q1 2012.

Where to invest in Czech property

Prague Connect |
12 April 2012

Location has been listed as the key factor to a successful real estate purchase, in fact, the three key factors.

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