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Pleven Investment

rising from the ashesPleven is the administrative seat of Pleven municipality, which forms Pleven Province. It is made up of 23 villages and 2 towns. Pleven is another of Bulgaria’s little-known gems. It lies in the North of the country in the Danubian Plain close to the Rivers Tuchenitza, Vit and of course the Danube. The town centre is full of delightful renovated neo- classical buildings painted in a stylish palette of gay pastel tones. Wide open spaces and tree-lined boulevards abound making it a pleasant place to relax, shop and enjoy Bulgarian life. The countryside surrounding the town is particularly scenic, with rugged limestone hills known as the Pleven Heights, endless lush green valleys and picturesque, unspoilt villages. Its close proximity to Sofia, Lovech, Veliko Turnovo and the Romanian border makes it an ideal place for business. The town is packed with cultural places of interest and recreational facilities particularly for sports.

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Buying a House in Bulgaria - Vidin

buying bulgarian property in vidinBuying a house in Bulgaria - Vidin. The area of north-west Bulgaria is often overlooked by property purchasers which is quite surprising as this corner of the country has some of the lowest property prices available. The geographical situation of the Vidin region has been favourable for centuries and is the reason why it has developed as a trade and cultural centre. The region is Bulgaria’s most important artery and gate to Europe and covers an area of 3,022 sq. km. with 141 settlements.

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Buy in Elhovo - Land of Big Skies

Elhovo TownIf you want peace and quiet off the beaten track yet close to the coast, Greece and Turkey - this area is perfect. A friendly environment in sunny south east Bulgaria with vast fields and big skies! Known for its nature and wildlife with hunting and fishing this is a family friendly area. From lots of the houses you can see Greece or Turkey from your front door, so the climate is good, being mild in winter and not too hot in the summer months. This is an ideal place to escape from a busy and dynamic life, particularly suitable for those who would like to live in harmony with nature.

This is a prime area for anyone looking to spend less than 50,000 euros on a renovated property. Arriving in Elhovo you find a small town in delightful rolling countryside - it’s like stepping back in time in the UK.

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Bulgarian Property: Hotspot

bulgarian propertyCurrently, most buyers looking to buy property in Bulgaria are those seeking a holiday home, retirement property or a permanent move rather than investors with their calculators at the ready for making a fast buck. In other words, lifestyle buyers. With so many areas having been 'done to death' by British buyers, who bought at the top of the market, the question now is where to look for quality value-for-money authentic Bulgarian property this year?

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Hotspots - Monastery Towns

Glozhene Monastery, photo by www.bulgariaphotos.net

Monastery towns in Bulgaria are great if you are looking for a rural retreat located in a magical area full of wonder Take a look at our pick of monastery hotspots. Bulgaria’s Orthodox religious beliefs, which have survived years of Muslim and Communist occupation are ingrained into the country’s rich cultural heritage with around 120 monasteries tucked away in remote mountains, surrounded by panoramic scenery and with awesome nature. Each monastery is unique with its own intriguing history and architectural legacy.

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Bulgarian Border Towns

Melnik, BulgariaImagine spending the day shopping in Bucharest, lounging on the Greek beaches of the Aegean Sea, sightseeing in Istanbul or lunching in Skopje. When it comes to buying property in Bulgaria, towns and cities along the Bulgarian borders are often overlooked.

Bulgaria borders five countries; Romania lies to the north mainly along the River Danube, Serbia and the Republic of Macedonia to the west and Greece and Turkey to the south. The cities and the scenery on the borders are both unique and stunning. Read on, to get the most out of your Bulgarian property search, and make sure you search the far corners of this fascinating country.

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An Increase in Bulgaria`s Real Estate

estateagentcontractBulgaria`s real estate market this summer has reported a positive increase in completed sales in certain sectors of the market, which include city, beach, ski and rural properties. With prices stabilizing for much of 2012, the main buyers have continued to be the Russian`s that are taking advantage of the inexpensive and high quality properties available at the moment throughout Bulgaria.

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Property in Rousse

elegant rousse bulgariaIf you’re looking for a more western European ambience and architectural style combined with an easy place to live, then the city of Rousse and the surrounding region could be just the place for you to buy your Bulgarian property.

Rousse is one of Bulgaria’s most beautiful cities with stunning and brilliant Austrian style architecture.

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Location, Location, Location

UrbanThe catchall phrases of the real estate industry, and the importance of this old adage is that it applies to every property market in the world. Naturally, when you are buying property back home, you tend to have a good knowledge of the marketplace, particularly if you are moving within the town you already live in. Most towns and cities have their renowned up-market area, their council ghetto and their up-and-coming sectors, but how do you pick a prime location in a country you do not know very well? Quest Bulgaria lists those areas to look out for when investing in property here.

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Bansko Apartments - 50% Cheaper

apartmentsThis summer has seen Bulgaria return to the top 10 of best places to buy according to The Move Channel. This is good news for property hunters who want to take advantage of the affordable prices within the country. After several years of decline in

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