10 July 2006

More property investment in Bulgaria

It was announced this week that Bulgaria's Linexa Property is planning a 20 million euro investment building a new residential complex to be constructed in Bulgaria's coastal town of Kavarna.

Kavarna's mayor Tsonko Tsonev revealed the plans for the new complex which is going to be placed near a golf course.

Construction work has began and the 420-apartment complex is expected to be completed within two years.

The complex is the latest in a series of large-scale UK, Spanish and French property investment over the past years. Some of the projects include the construction of a golf course, hotels and holiday villages.

The increased interest in Kavarna property resulted in a record income from land deal taxes. The Bulgarian real estate market has seen rapid growth and is expected to grow even further after the country's EU entry in 2007.

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1 comment:

  1. Sorr can't find any contact details on your blog. Would you consider publishing a feature I have had written on my troubles with Bulgaria as well as good points.

    Rachel

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