NEWSLETTER

17.04.2007 The Best Property for Your Needs: Practical advice on buying a property in Bulgaria

Andrew Willis, BulgarianProperties

This is a summary of the steps you need to follow that will lead you through the property purchase process.

You should begin your search by visiting our website www.BulgarianProperties.com where you will see thousands of offers of properties for sale. You can use the search engine to define your criteria and narrow down the search results. If you are interested in a particular property, you are welcome to send us an enquiry directly, using the orange Contact Us box under the photographs on every offer. We will then reply to your questions (normally within 24 hours). Please ask us as many questions as you wish. You can also add all the properties you like to your personal wish list, so that you have them all at your disposal for consideration.

The next step would be to come for a visit. Although there is the option of buying a property without seeing it, we would recommend that you come for an inspection trip and find the best property for your needs. Our staff will be glad to arrange your entire visit collection from the airport, hotel reservation, transport, etc it will all be customized according to your needs and schedule. During your trip you will also be able to discuss all the aspects of buying a property in Bulgaria with our property consultants at our Head Office and all the regional offices. They will be prepared to explain the entire buying process, and also give you a full breakdown of the costs involved. We dont have any hidden charges!

When you decide which property to buy, our property specialists will help you start the purchase process and lead you through the paperwork, as well as give you updates and guidance on every step of the process till the final completion and transfer of the ownership rights to you. We will even go further in building a long-lasting relationship with you, offering you various after sale services.

BulgarianProperties has sixteen offices across Bulgaria, covering the whole country. All offices have comfortable reception areas, friendly, knowledgeable staff speaking English and various other languages, and new vehicles for viewings and collections around Bulgaria. Offices are generally open from 09.00 hrs until 18.00 hours Monday to Friday, and staff will always be available for viewings and meetings over the weekends, as long as you have booked an appointment in advance. For a full list of our offices and representatives abroad, please click here

If you have an enquiry about us, our services, or Bulgaria in general please send us an e-mail


TOP PUBLISHED OFFER

 

TOP SOLD OFFER

 



  read more newsletters
Comments from clients
We would like to thank Adrian Musgrave for very quick, precise and complete answers we were given ...
We have nothing but praise for the efficient and helpful way in which the Varna office of Bulgarian ...
I recently purchased a property via the Varna branch of Bulgarian Properties; I very, very much ...
Read our market analyses and forecasts!
Don't waste time for vewing trips! Organise property viewings via Skype!
Read topical information about Bulgarian real estate, economy and tourism!
Read our answers to the most frequently asked questions when buying a property
Buy in Bansko - the biggest ski resort in Bulgaria with the best prices in Europe!
Latest News
Every Third Property Inquiry Comes from the UK

08/May/2019

Every third inquiry for a house around Veliko Tarnovo comes from the UK, according to data from one of the real estate agencies.

Outside the villages of Elena, Balvan, Vetrintsi and Musina, up to 25 km from the old capital, houses that need repairs can be purchased for just 10,000 Euro or even less. Fully renovated 1-bedroom or 2-bedroom houses in good condition with a large yard ca... read more

LATEST REGIONAL NEWS
Public Transport in Sofia is Becoming Greener

15/May/2019
https://www.novinite.com

Public transport in Sofia is getting greener in recent months. This is why the new YUTONG E12 electric buses, which run on the public transport lines in the capital, contribute to this.

Changing transport habits is a very slow process that requires new behavior, investing new infrastructure, investor.bg reported. YUTONG E12 buses run for 5 months now in Sofia.

These v... read more

DID YOU KNOW?
Bulgaria is among the Countries Surveyed for the New Volkswagen Plant

22/February/2019
novinite.com

The German carmaker Volkswagen relies on electromobility. By the end of this year, the production of "Volkswagen I.D." will begin.

As a result, the company will also build a new factory in Eastern Europe, and Bulgaria is also among the candidates, reports Deutsche Welle.

... read more