BULGARIAN PROPERTIES open new office in Moscow
It is our pleasure to inform you that BULGARIAN PROPERTIES opened its new office in Moscow, where our clients will receive advice and assistance regarding the purchase, sale or rent of properties in Bulgaria, organizing of viewing trips and any other issues related to the real estate market.
Our office in Moscow will facilitate our company in taking part in all big real estate fairs and expos, it will advertise our listings locally, it will give professional presentations to our partners-developers, etc. This way we will help our clients and partners make more informed decisions when investing in properties in Bulgaria.
Our clients in our new Moscow office will receive valuable information and advice from our consultant Tatyana Oleynik, who knows the Bulgarian real estate market in detail.
The address and contact numbers of our Moscow office are as follows:
52, Mosfilmovskaya Str., b. 1, of. 17A
Moscow 119590, Russia
Tel: +7 (495) 363 0156
Fax: +7 (495) 363 0156
E-mail: Please send your enquiry
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