Bulgarian Properties is the first real estate company to offer skype video viewings

These, in combination with the numerous properties we feature with video clips, positions Bulgarian Properties property marketing among the most innovative in the field of real estate…..read more »

It is widely known that when buying a house with a garden or a plot of land in Bulgaria a foreign buyer needs to register a Bulgarian company because land cannot be sold to foreign persons.

The good news is that….read more »

According to data from the Bulgarian National Statistical Institute (BNSI) about prices of apartments in regional cities in 1Q 2012 they have remained similar to those in the last quarter of 2011.

Polina Stoykova, Chief Operations Manager of Bulgarian Properties, said….read more »

Polina Stoykova, Chief Operations Manager of Bulgarian Properties gives us an insight into the property market in Bulgaria so far this year

In the first quarter of 2012 the number of sales remained similar to the same period in 2011, which….read more »

The Bulgarian Government has announced that the second Danube bridge, linking Vidin in Bulgaria to Calafat in Romania, will be complete by November 2012.

Transport Minister, Ivailo Moskovski, announced this week that 72 per cent of the long-anticipated bridge and 88….read more »

People have been attracted to the properties in the Northern Central region of Bulgaria for many years now.

Surrounded by the breathtaking mountains and at the foot of Stara Planina Mountains, Veliko Tarnovo the old capital of Bulgaria has become the….read more »

The cost of a country home in Bulgaria has dropped to levels last seen in 2006

As a leading estate agency there reports that since the beginning of 2012 rural properties have sold for an average price of just €15,500,….read more »

Stability returning to the Bulgarian market?

Posted Monday, February 6th, 2012 in Articles by Aimee Valaitis | Tags:

Property-owners in Bulgaria will welcome the news that prices for apartments on the whole remained unchanged in the last quarter of 2011 compared to the third quarter, according to a new report from the Bulgarian National Statistics Institute.

Year-on-year,….read more »

Buyers eye up Eurozone properties as Euro loses value

56.4% of locations saw an increase in searches,43.4% of locations saw a decrease in searches and 0.08%….read more »

Bulgaria attracting more Russians

Posted Monday, January 9th, 2012 in Articles by Aimee Valaitis | Tags:

The number of Russian nationals awarded Bulgarian visas in 2011 rose by more than 30% compared to the previous year.

The total number of visas awarded to Russians in 2011 totalled 390,882, according to the Bulgarian Foreign Affairs Ministry on….read more »