Cyprus residential and commercial real estate prices point to a continuous rapid growth according to THE THIRTIETH publication of the RICS Cyprus Property Price Index...
Real Estate Demand in Cyprus Keeps Becoming Stronger...
Strong growth in Cyprus property sales
CYPRUS’ GOLDEN Visa Program that gives foreigners residency permit or citizenship in exchange of investment in real estate has fetched €4 billion in revenue to Cyprus in the past one year.
The future of the island’s construction sector is optimistic, but repeating the illegal and short-sighted practices of the past will have extremely negative consequences on everyone.
Falling unemployment, rising consumption and rising investment have contributed to a strong 2.8% GDP growth in 2016....
A 40 million Euro residential construction and development project is planned on the coastline of a prime area in Limassol by Russian businesswoman and philanthropist Yelena Baturinam....
THE OFFER of passports, a recovering economy and a business community that is ready to sell at the right price are all combining to attract Chinese investors to Cyprus.
Overseas buyers/investors of residential and commercial real estate make 31% of total buyers in Cyprus - July 2016 - Total Sales up 26% versus July of 2015.
Green Light for Paphos Marina
Fitch Ratings upgraded Cyprus’s long-term foreign and local currency issuer default rating by two notches to B+ and placed it on positive outlook citing a fiscal “over-performance,” an expected declining trend of government debt, the implementation of cash-for-reforms programme including the foreclosure law and faster economic recovery.
Cyprus seeks ‘cash reserve’ from bond issue ahead of programme exit
President Nicos Anastasiades and the first lady are set to depart for China later on Tuesday where the Cypriot head of state will meet with the President of the People’s Republic of China Xi Jinping.
President Nicos Anastasiades is touring China in an effort to boost cooperation between the two countries, including an easier visa process for Chinese tourists and business travellers.
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Bank of Cyprus said that its covered bond have become eligible for the Eurosystem’s credit operations after Moody’s Investors Service upgraded to B1...
Concerns over asset security in Russia and a friendlier business environment in Cyprus led to an increase in the presence of Russian owned companies on the island...
On July 9th, the Cyprus parliament passed legislation for the creation of a main integrated casino resort.
Renowned hospitality group Carlson Rezidor, which boasts a firm presence in more than 100 countries worldwide with a portfolio of over 1,000 hotel units across the globe, is soon to expand its operations to Cyprus.
Headline unemployment, at 5.1 percent, is now quite low by historical standards, and the baying for a rate increase is louder than ever. But inflation is subdued, indeed below target, and wages are still going nowhere. Should the Fed be raising rates in the name of “normalization”?
The number of foreign sales of Cypriot property has risen by 59 per cent in the past year....
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China on Tuesday took a step it had resisted during the global financial crisis: It openly devalued its currency to boost its economy. With this move...
The latest property sales statistics for Cyprus published by the Department of Lands and Surveys report a 31 per cent increase in sales during March compared with March 2014.
Naguib Sawiris, billionaire businessman and founding member of the Al Masreyeen Al Ahrrar political party, plans to invest around €220 million in the construction of the Ayia Napa marina.
The U.S. dollar has strengthened against currencies used by many foreigners who buy homes in the U.S. Exhibit 1 shows ...
A luxury hotel complex worth over €80 million will be built on the coastal front of Finikoudes in Larnaca, following approval on Thursday evening by the town’s municipal council.
For the first time since 2010 the number of property sales in Cyprus increased in 2014 compared to the previous year fuelling speculation amongst pundits that that this increase will continue in 2015.