Real Estate in Bulgaria Is Good Long-Term Investment
The properties in Bulgaria will continue to have a good return rate for the investors in the country in 2009 as well, Simply Group Property write.
The return on the investment will decrease considerably from the over 30% return rate reported in the last five years but the country remains a good place to invest.
The properties in the country continue to be very affordable as up to now the credit crunch has not affected the market as much as it did in the other countries.
The good return rate and the affordable prices will be the two main factors which will attract new investors in the next couple of years, Simply Group Property point out.
They point out to the properties in Yablanitsa, Stara Zagora, Gabrovo and Rousse as the perfect investment in Bulgaria.
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