Real estate prices have recorded a slight increase in 2014, according to Bulgaria's National Statistical Institute.
Investment in commercial property in Bulgaria have increased by 60% on the year to EUR 98.7 M in the first nine months, according to data from real estate advisers Forton.
Property prices in Sofia and Varna last month were higher than they were a year earlier but still well below the pre-crisis peaks of 2008, a real estate consultant has said.
The mega-opening of Mega Mall Sofia attracted tens of thousands of visitors on the event’s first day on Friday.
Rents and capital values in Bulgaria and Hungary are expected to rise over the next 12 months, the London-headquartered Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has said.
The Ukraine crisis and the sanctions against Russia are already affecting Bulgaria's vacation properties sales on the Black Sea coast, reports Investor.
Bulgaria is still at the forefront of preferred destinations for Russian-speaking real estate buyers, an investment company says.
At least BGN 200M higher levels of cash flow were recorded on Bulgaria's property market by the end of June and the beginning of July, 2014.
Rental rates of class A office space in Sofia have reached EUR 13 per sq.
Bulgaria is the favourite spot of Russian state officials for buying real estate, shows an investigation of the Russian business publication RBC.
Bulgaria remains relatively stable in terms of the most desired second homes purchase destinations for British citizens.
The office rental rates in Bulgaria's Sofia have increased by an average of 8% in Q1 2014 compared to the same period of last year.
The residents of Denmark, Germany and Portugal can afford to buy a new home for 2.1 – 3 years with an average gross income, according to a recent Deloitte survey.
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