For the first time in Bulgaria, Housing and Commercial Complex has been certified in Bulgaria by BREEAM, the most widely used global standard for sustainable buildings, reports mediapool.
The real estate market continues to grow at a record pace in 2017, with the main reason being new construction.
The owner has enclosed the stretch of over 100 meters
Two city areas for the construction of skyscrapers will be established in Sofia, in the center of the city the construction will be up to 75 m.
Bulgaria is the EU leader in spending public funds in the area of public housing and public amenities.
Bulgaria is ranked eighth in Europe in income from rented property, the online edition simplybusiness.
Chinese investors have an enormous desire to invest in tourism in Iceland.
Household prices in Bulgaria registered one of the biggest increases in the first quarter in the European Union on an annual basis - 8.
In six months alone, real estate prices in Bulgaria have jumped by 12%, showed data of the Association of Real Estate Brokers.
Prices of real estate property in Sofia have gone up by EUR 100 per sq m since the beginning of the year until October, announced Polina Stoykova, Executive Director of Bulgarian Properties.
A threefold decrease in the number of Russian nationals buying property in Bulgaria has been registered since 2014, data shows.
Real estate deals with business property in Bulgaria, signed over the period January-September 2016, amounted to EUR 225 M, showed a survey carried out by consultancy company Forton and unlisted company Cushman&Wakefield.
The average price of real estate property in the construction phase in Sofia is higher than the average price of already constructed old buildings, showed a survey of the construction-investment company BLD for the last quarter, cited by investor.
North Korea has been generating hard currency through dealings in Bulgaria, Yonhap news agency says in a report.
The number of completed housing projects in Bulgaria rose by 3.2% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2016, reaching 521, the country’s statistical office NSI announced on Monday.
The number of permits for the construction of residential buildings issued in Bulgaria in the second quarter of 2016 increased by 6.7% year-on-year, reaching 1,216, the country’s statistical office NSI announced on Wednesday.
Real estate agents report increase in the sales of property on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast.
Last year’s increased demand for office space in Bulgaria has been carried over into the first half of 2016, setting the stage for active and dynamic trading in the next 12 to 18 months, according to Bulgarian Properties real estate agency.
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