Moscow and Kiev Lead in Eastern Europe’s Commercial Real Estate Market

Data regarding commercial real estate construction in Eastern Europe showcases the three top players in the third quarter of 2013. Moscow leads, followed by Kiev, who has just made it in this top 3, and Sofia, according to a recent report by Colliers. The real estate giant has analyzed data for 13 cities in the area

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Investors Target Eastern European Retail Property

The limited supply of high-end retail property in Eastern Europe has sparked a race among international real estate investors, who are keen to cash in on the growing spending-power of the region’s middle classes, according to new data from a research firm.

Bulgaria: A Thriving Market for Property Investments

Bulgaria is just beginning to show its potential for becoming quite the paradise for those interested in buying properties as an investment. Bulgaria has benefited recently from powerful campaigns promoting its travel destinations, its inclusion in the European Union, and now its situation where real estate investments are concerned. Put bluntly, it’s a buyer’s market on steroids.

World Regional Markets Claw Their Way Back

A recent report by the world’s real estate investment councils, Jones Lang LaSalle shows several world markets clearly climbing out of the economic crisis. Where real estate foreign direct investment is concerned, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa lead the way in confident growth. Using Turkey and Poland as examples from Eastern Europe, it also seems clear non-traditional real estate markets will see their share of investor confidence this year too.

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