RSS feeds from the BULGARIAN PROPERTIES site

Here are our RSS feeds from various sections of our website:

RSS feed with all the content from BULGARIAN PROPERTIES' website

RSS feeds with properties for sale and rent:
RSS – New listings
RSS – Hot offers
RSS – Bargain properties
RSS – Discounted properties
RSS – City properties
RSS – Luxury properties
RSS – Properties in beach resorts
RSS – Properties in ski resorts
RSS – Rural properties
RSS – Plots of land
RSS – Rental properties
RSS – Paid offers

RSS feeds from the information sections on the site:
RSS - Monthly price indeces
RSS - News
RSS - Articles
RSS – Regional news
RSS - Newsletter

What is RSS feed and how to use it?

RSS is a system for delivering web content from the site BulgarianProperties.com to you which allows you to receive the new information published on our site in real time, i.e. the moment it is published on our site. This means that the property information that is of interest to you comes to you without you having to look for it. You only have to choose what you want to read - for example, our latest offers or news articles, our articles or analyses.

You no longer need to click on every section in search for all new offers and articles – they will automatically enter the RSS channel of the respective section. Usually there is a short description of the new information that was uploaded on our site and a link to the full text.

Choose from which section you want to receive announcements for new materials, copy the URL address and add it as a feed to the list of feeds your Feed Reader checks.

Although most new browsers open RSS in order to use the links to each feed as best as possible you need an RSS reader. You must choose whether it will be installed on your computer (like FeedReader) or it will be internet-based like Google Reader.

**If you are using the Google Chrome browser the RSS feeds will not open as Chrome doesn't have a built-in RSS feed reader. In order to open the feeds with Chrome you can download the RSS subscription extension here.

If you need help, please send us an e-mail.
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