Save on lawyers later, and not at the beginning: Dew-diligence of commercial real estate in Germany
German real estate is one of the most reliable assets in Europe. Partly because of this, modern Germany is considered to be the seller’s market: good properties are bought up…

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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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What to expect the real estate market from the millenial generation?
The generation of millennials, or generation Y (people born in 1981-2000) is at the peak of its economic and social activity, and real estate market players will have to take…

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but also for seconded and seasonal workers

Phuket: “Treasure Island” for foreign investors

Thailand is the second most popular country in Asia after China. According to the World Tourism Organization, in 2017, tourists from abroad visited Thailand 35 million times. And according to the forecasts of the World Tourism and Travel Council, by 2028 this number will reach 60 million.

Phuket is one of the main tourist destinations of the country. Investors from all over the world are investing in infrastructure development on the island. However, Phuket is not only interesting to big businessmen – investors with a small budget also have the opportunity to earn on local real estate related to the hospitality industry. Continue reading

How to invest in micro-apartments in Germany?

The German micro-market is booming. Students are one of the main groups for which this type of property is designed. The volume of transactions in the student housing sector in 2016 amounted to 750 million euros – almost five times more than in 2015.

Micro apartments are furnished apartments of 17–35 m² with one bedroom, bathroom and small kitchen.
Micro apartments are furnished apartments of 17–35 m² with one bedroom, bathroom and small kitchen. Continue reading

Russian “Haynets” are adapting to new orders: the results of a joint survey of Tranio and Adam Smith Conferences
For the first time in history, more than 50% of wealthy Russians began to notify Russian tax authorities of their accounts in foreign banks and controlled foreign companies. This assessment…

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