Investing in Cyprus Real Estate
Following years of decline, property sales are again increasing

Following years of decline, property sales are again increasing

The property bubble burst in early 2008, as a result of the finance crisis that hit Europe – and Cyprus. Even though they should have known better, a lot of people believed that the property market would go through the roof, which, of course, it did not. Properties were purchased with borrowed money at outrageous prices and greed reigned supreme. - Maybe we should not be ... read more
Pitfalls to avoid when buying property in Cyprus

Pitfalls to avoid when buying property in Cyprus

To help prospective buyers avoid making costly mistakes, Charles Savva outlines the top 10 pitfalls to avoid when buying property in Cyprus and how to ensure that property purchases move forward smoothly and efficiently. Not appointing a property lawyer Appointing a lawyer who specialises in property is of paramount importance. The biggest mistake that can be made is signing... read more
Investing your money for profit in Cyprus real estate

Investing your money for profit in Cyprus real estate

Stig B. Myrseth is the CEO at Dovre Forvaltning (asset management) in Norway. Here is an excerpt from his article published in "Finansavisen" April 25 2017: Tax boom in Cyprus? In Europe, I recommend keeping a close eye on Cyprus, which could be the next growth miracle thanks to its favourable tax regime combined with a stable democracy and well-functioning legal system. - It... read more
Meet Tom Förster - one of our West Coast colleagues

Meet Tom Förster - one of our West Coast colleagues

Having lived in the US and France, Tom Förster decided that he needed another interesting country to continue his studies. He got wind of a newly introduced bachelor of science program at the private University of Paphos, and so his decision fell on Paphos having outbid Glasgow and Aberdeen. Besides the amazing temperature and the inviting culture, the many oppor... read more
You don't have to be cold, wet and miserable all year round

You don't have to be cold, wet and miserable all year round

It is dark when you get up in the morning and dark when you get home in the evening. You shovel snow and scrape ice from your car windows. You wear spiked shoes to avoid slipping and breaking a leg on iced roads. - Somebody said that Scandinavia is an area for people with special interests. When you consider the fact that for six months every year, Scandinavia, or Northern Euro... read more