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Beach Property Makes Kavarna the New Property Hotspot

beautiful kavarnaKavarna on the Northern Black Sea coast is one of the country’s few undiscovered coastal gems in terms of property investment. It differs from the traditional Bulgarian beach resorts because it is not flooded with hotels, bars, restaurants and all of the other trimmings associated with a package holiday resort. In fact Kavarna is one of the few places where you can purchase an apartment, which really does open its doors onto the beach.

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Buying Golf Property

a sound investmentFive years ago most of us would never have been able to contemplate buying a property on a Bulgarian golf course, the main reason then being that there were no Bulgarian golf courses! Back then the choice was simple, but close to Bulgaria’s sandy beaches and enjoy the sun, good food and cheap booze or buy in the mountains and spend every winter on the piste! Nowadays, all of this has changed, Bulgaria’s property market has become much more diverse and is now appealing to larger numbers of visitors who have nothing but golf on their minds.

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Dreaming of Cheap Bulgarian Property

cheap bulgarian property dreamWith the current pound to euro exchange rate at an appalling low, what can you find in Bulgaria as a cheap property bargain? There is hope that the pound will bounce back some time next year but meanwhile, the failing pound has had a huge effect on hopeful Bulgarian property buyers from the UK. The upside is that there are still plenty of Bulgarian property bargains to be had despite the bad exchange rate. Bulgaria has a good stock of inexpensive property which should make buying your dream home still realistic.

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Award-winning Property Investment Ticks All the Boxes

a winning investmentOne of the problems facing anyone who wants to invest in new and off plan property in Bulgaria is the uncertainty surrounding the developer they are dealing with. In order to ensure that your investment in Bulgaria is successful and runs smoothly, you need to choose a developer with a good track record in the Bulgarian marketplace, and often there is little background information available.

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Buying Property: Ski & City

buying ski and city property bulgariaVitosha mountain on the edge of the Bulgarian capital city of Sofia is the most underrated area for ski property in the country. The mountain is located just a few minutes from the city centre and was developed as a ski area during communist times. It is amazing that foreign buyers have not caught on to the excellent value property which the southern residential area of Sofia provides, given the great access to skiing on Vitosha and the proximity of this ski resort to the international airport.

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Knockout Bulgarian Property Purchase

boxing world champ buys property in bulgariaA real KO property buy in Bulgaria for Carl Froch, the WBC Super Middle Weight Champion. Whilst he is a boxing world champ, Carl, 31 years of age and a local lad from Nottingham, is also a keen property investor with a diverse portfolio of UK and overseas projects. He has chosen to invest in Bulgaria with Aston Lloyd developers in their two real estate projects in Sofia, Bulgaria. Quest Bulgaria had an exclusive interview with the boxing champion about his Bulgarian property purchase.

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Investment in Kyustendil

kyustendil, a great place to investKyustendil, a quiet town in the south west of Bulgaria has a rich and colourful history and is surrounded by magnificent nature and the Osogovo Mountain - ripe for property purchases. Kyustendil is a modern administrative centre that views its future in the expansion and growth of cultural and spa tourism. The immediate vicinity is full of untapped potential – it is reminiscent of an undiscovered National Park, which offers the perfect facilities for a variety of recreational facilities from walking and hiking to off road driving, hunting and riding.

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Investing in Haskovo

worthy of investmentThe Thracian Valley town of Haskovo in southern Bulgaria has seen investment flood into the town to improve its infrastructure and add value to the town’s facilities. Investment has had an extremely positive effect giving the town a face lift and adding many Western touches such as sophisticated street cafes, restaurants and boutiques. One of the reasons is its strategic location close to the borders of neighbouring Turkey and Greece and on the main highway linking Europe with Asia. Today it is a town with plenty of business opportunities supported by a reliable communications network, a skilled labour force and a bustling business environment.

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Investing in a Piece of Bulgaria's Hollywood

investing in HollywoodGiven that the population in this tiny village amounts to no more than 50-60 people, you would be right in thinking that whilst Koveachevitsa sounds like the perfect rural location, there are few investment opportunities here. This is not necessarily true. The village is building on its reputation as Bulgaria’s Hollywood and much is being invested to develop and preserve the wonder of this area.

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Natural Potential - Investing in Velingrad

natural potentialThe municipality of Velingrad lies in the Western Rhodope Mountains on the Chepino Plateau and covers an area of 8,180 hectares. Velingrad town lies in the scenic Chepinska River Valley at an altitude of 750 m. Its total population is 43,655 people, of which 25,777 live in Velingrad town and the remaining 17,878 live in the neighbouring villages. Velingrad is blessed with over 80 mineral springs, with strong healing properties. Considered Bulgaria’s number one mineral spa town, the area has a capacity of 143 liters per second. The town’s lower altitude combined with its mountain location creates a moderate, pleasant climate making it perfect for the treatment of a diverse range of lung diseases and ailments.

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