Rooftop garden and free iPad: investing in student housing
Universities are not able to provide all students with housing, private investors help to fill this gap The globalization of higher education plays into the hands of investors. Student housing…

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Construction in Germany: disassemble risks
How to make money on real estate in Europe? The most obvious option is to rent it: for example, to local residents, tourists or students. But analysts are talking about…

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PropTech: the digital real estate revolution
The rapidly developing digital technologies, steadily penetrating into all spheres of our life, have not bypassed the real estate market, where the term PropTech is increasingly mentioned. PropTech (from the…

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Montenegro will launch a program for obtaining citizenship for investment

On July 26, the Montenegrin authorities announced the launch of a citizenship for investment program. To get a passport, an investor must buy property on its territory and invest 100 thousand in a special development fund of the country. For the lagging regions in the north, the minimum cost of facilities is 250 thousand euros, for developed southern ones – 450 thousand. The program will start operating from October 2018. The number of participants is limited: in two years, only 2 thousand applicants will receive Montenegrin citizenship. Continue reading

International Investments in Mediterranean Hotel Real Estate – 2018

International investments in hotel real estate in the Mediterranean are on the rise. This is indicated by the results of an online survey conducted in 2018 jointly by Tranio and MR & H. The majority of respondents (86%) note that the activity of international investors is growing.

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Rooftop garden and free iPad: investing in student housing

Universities are not able to provide all students with housing, private investors help to fill this gap
The globalization of higher education plays into the hands of investors. Student housing is becoming an increasingly attractive asset: over the past three years, the number of investors who evaluate investment prospects in this sector as “very good” has increased 2.5 times, according to Statista. A characteristic feature of this sector is the so-called acyclicity: the number of students can grow both in times of crisis and in times of economic upsurge. Continue reading

Brexit: how did the prospect of a UK exit from the EU affect the real estate market?
The results of the referendum on UK withdrawal from the European Union, held on June 23, 2016, could not leave indifferent players in the real estate market. The forecasts that…

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