12.11.2015 Vacation properties in Bulgaria in Q3 of 2015
Polina Stoykova MRICS, Managing Director & Head of Research
In the beach resorts the trends are not so positive as the property markets there had already switched to a higher gear with the Russian buyers in the period 2011-2014 – something that did not happen in the ski resorts. With the decrease of demand by Russian buyers the beach resorts and mostly Sunny Beach have been experiencing more difficult times.
It should be pointed out that there is a positive trend in the region to the North of Varna and to the South of Burgas – in Sozopol and Lozenets – in terms of increased interest and more completed deals with vacation properties.
An interesting characteristic of the vacation property market in Bulgaria at present is the diversity of buyers’ nationalities which is a prerequisite for a good future development at the property markets in the Bulgarian beach and ski resorts.
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