As average purchase prices for properties in Germany are still low compared to the rest of central Europe it seems to be just the right time to invest in Europe‘s most industrialized and populous country. Continue reading Bargain property in Germany: get a cheap real estate in Europe’s most industrialized and populous country
Once you found the property you want to buy the actual buying procedure is simple and relatively risk free because the whole process is handled by a German notary.
So the first step would be to find a notary in Germany, preferably one who speaks English if you don’t speak any German. He is acting as an impartial middleman between both parties. Continue reading How to buy a property in Germany? The buying procedure if you want to purchase real estate in Germany.
The Schengen Visa is a residence permit which allows you to travel to and within the Schengen countries. The Schengen area consists of 26 European countries that have decided to eliminate passport and immigration controls at their borders. Continue reading I need a Schengen Visa to go and buy a property. What is it and where can I apply for it?
Yes, but with some restrictions depending where you come from.
Basically all foreigners can buy property provided it doesn’t come with land.
Since 1st January 2012 EU and EEA citizens are allowed to buy land in Bulgaria, following the expiry of the 5 year prohibition included in the Treaty of Accession of Bulgaria to the EU. Continue reading Can foreigners buy property in Bulgaria?