Thursday, 6 August 2020

Real Estate

The dispute over trademark Czech Point is gaining momentum

Prague Connect |
13 December 2012

CZECH POINT 101, a firm engaged in real estate and property management which has operated in the Czech Republic since 2003, received a very surprising decision from the Industrial Property Office to cancel the registration of its trademark because of alleged "malicious intent".

Tesco is owner of largest retail stock

Property Magazine |
12 December 2012

The largest owner of retail stock (shopping centres and retail parks) as of December 2012 in the Czech Republic is Tesco, an international retailer, and his position hasn’t changed since the end of 2010.

Choosing an apartment from abroad |
28 Nov 2012

If you are coming to the Czech Republic to work or study and need to rent an apartment even before you arrive, it is important you know the process, and the potential risk.

Main Point Karlín Building awarded best office and business development.

Glass on Web |
27 November 2012

We spend up to a third of our life at work, so the office environment is really important. Workers in the new Main Point Karlín Building in Prague are lucky: their building has just won the 2012 worldwide MIPIM Award in the category of best Office and Business development.

Avoiding high mortgage redemption penalties

Prague Connect |
22 November 2012

One of the biggest (financial) barriers to selling a property in the Czech Republic is trying to avoid paying the very high redemption penalties charged by Czech banks when paying off the mortgage during the fixation period.

Six-star skyline scar

Prague Post |
16 November 2012

The Žižkov Television Tower gets a makeover on the inside, with a new restaurant and exclusive one-room hotel.

2012 Czech real estate market overview

Property Secrets |
13 November 2012

Nathan Brown updates you on the Czech property market with an overview on Prague, Brno, Pardubice and Ostrava.

How to bid farewell to a poorly performing property

Prague Connect |
8 November 2012

Many investors who bought at the peak of the Czech housing market with very high loan to value ratios are tired of carrying their properties. There is a case to be made for a highly leveraged property when prices are going up but when they are flat or going down these properties hang like an anvil around the neck.

How to deal with an SRO used for property purchase

Prague Connect |
31 October 2012

What can you do to make your SRO more attractive to a potential taker?

How to guard your assets during a property resale

Prague Connect |
24 October 2012

Although there are far less horror stories regarding resales than purchases there is still the need to protect your financial interests.

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