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EU questions Cyprus over property issues

The European Commission has given its assurance that it will take the necessary measures if Cyprus has infringed EU law.

First loans approved for Cyprus low cost housing

Loan approvals amounting to €4.2 million have been delivered to thirty young couples under the recently announced government scheme to help those on low incomes.

Pandora (Leptos) indicative results

Following a profit after taxation of €16,950,461 in 2007, Pandora (which is owned by the Leptos Group) made a loss of €1,589,013 in 2008.

How much pressure before Cyprus acts?

Property buyers are getting increasingly worried and angry at the lack of progress being made by the Cyprus Government to resolve the ‘Title Deeds-cum-fraud mess’.

Dolphin postpones resorts, may buy back shares

If we put villas on the market and we discover that nobody wants to buy, we will just delay it and wait for six months until the market recovers.

Cyprus golf & country resort at Tersefanou

The Board of Directors of Medgolf Group of Companies has released a statement regarding the Golf Resort and Country Club in the Tersefanou area of Larnaca.

Property group gets grant from British High Commission

The British High Commission is very pleased to recognise the splendid efforts of CPAG in supporting many British people and other nationalities, including Cypriots, with their property problems.

Gullibles travels in Cyprus: The overseas property exhibition

The misadventures of an inexperienced property investor and his wife in their quest to buy a jet-to-let holiday apartment in Cyprus.

Scammed property buyers lobby Cyprus president

This scam is endemic throughout the island; it’s harming people’s lives. The government is aware of it and so are the police. Why are they refusing to act?

Cyprus Tourism Organisation denies snubbing Ryanair

I don’t know why Ryanair is not flying to Cyprus at the moment, but it is certainly not because we have not been in contact.

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