Bulgarian property enjoys “successful” summer
www.themovechannel.com, November 25, 2013
The increase in activity was driven by Russians, who account for 40 per cent of buyers of residential and holiday homes in the three months to September 2013. The second biggest group actually consists of domestic buyers, rather than an overseas group, as Bulgarians purchase property in the big cities, such as Sofia.
Indeed, the capital saw good levels of sales, helping to fuel the overall summer increase. Prices have varied between 720 and 750 euros per square metre in recent years, with values climbing from 710 euros per square metre to 741 euros per square metre across the last 12 months.
“The market bottom was reached probably in the second half of 2012 and in early 2013,” suggests BulgarianProperties.com. “Now we can talk about beginning of market recovery in the capital, as of course, this does not mean that the recovery will be expressed in a rapid increase of prices, but rather it will lead to a moderate and sustainable growth in a medium and long-term period, closely related to the overall macroeconomic indicators.”
Sales of seaside holiday homes in Sunny Beach surged 20 per cent in the third quarter of 2013 year-on-year, while prices are starting to “creep upward”.
Ski resorts, though, are still seeing relatively weak demand from buyers, which has prevented prices from stabilising. With prices at an “absolute minimum”, though, the potential for investment returns is strong.
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