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 a new pan-European trend – a decrease in the rental business profitability (according to PwC’s estimates, it fell from 6% in 2009 to 4% in 2017).
In an effort to increase profitability, buyers are beginning to look closely at value-added projects – the construction and reconstruction of real estate abroad. The results of an analytical study of the international real estate broker Tranio show that every tenth Russian-speaking real estate investor is interested in construction projects abroad. Continue reading