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  • Immovable Property Tax 2015

    Immovable Property Tax 2015

    Revised Immovable Property Tax rates for 2015 are contained in one of a series of bills submitted by the Cyprus government to parliament, which are aimed at modernising the island’s taxation system.

  • Tax incentives target rich foreigners

    Tax incentives target rich foreigners

    A 50 per cent cut in Property Transfer Fees and other tax incentives have been announced by the Cyprus President in efforts designed to attract high-net-worth foreign investors to the island.

  • Cabinet approves hidden mortgages bill

    Cabinet approves hidden mortgages bill

    Interior Minister Socrates Hasikos has announced that the basis of the bill to resolve the ‘hidden mortgages’ problem that prevents thousands obtaining Title Deeds to the property they purchased has been agreed by the Cabinet.

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  • Eurogroup statement on Cyprus

    Eurogroup statement on Cyprus

    The Eurogroup has called on Cyprus to tackle the very high stock of arrears by facilitating the sale of loans and ensuring that title deeds are transferred to property buyers without delay...
  • Unlicensed swimming pool health hazard

    Unlicensed swimming pool health hazard

    Unlicensed swimming pools in Paphos are a major health hazard - they lie half empty, some with stagnant water and this is attracting mosquitoes because no-one's available to look after them...
  • Pissouri residents need urgent solution

    Pissouri residents need urgent solution

    Residents of the homes in Pissouri that have been damaged by land slippage have stressed they need an urgent solution before next winter; they cannot wait for the government report. ..
  • Crocodiles back on the menu

    Crocodiles back on the menu

    A crocodile park is back on the menu of possible tourist attractions in Cyprus despite earlier protests from residents of Psematismenos and Tochni where the park will probably be located...

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