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Cyprus real estate market review

PwC (Cyprus) has published “Cyprus Real Estate Market – 2016 Year in Review”, which provides a general overview of the Cyprus property sector based on authoritative market data.

Hellenic Bank sells non-performing loans

The Hellenic Bank has sold its non-performing loan (NPL) and real estate management business, to APS Debt Servicing Cyprus Ltd, a member of the APS Holding a.s. group of companies.

Cyprus needs to accelerate debt reduction

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has called on Cyprus to speed up reductions in public and private debt to rebuild confidence and deliver balanced, sustainable growth, and support balance sheet repair.

Cyprus: NPLs remain “very high”

Following the second post-programme surveillance mission to Cyprus, the European Commission and the European Central Bank reports that NPLs remain “very high” and that “reform momentum has weakened noticeably.”

Suicide victim’s widow calls for justice

The widow of a British suicide victim is calling for institutions in the UK and Cyprus to be brought to account in connection with the Cyprus property mis-selling scandal that has devastated the lives of so many.

BoC sets up bad real estate asset unit

The Bank of Cyprus has established a Real Estate Management Unit that aims to acquire real estate in a voluntary asset-to-debt swap of non performing delinquent borrowers that would otherwise follow the foreclosure process.

Middle Eastern investors eyeing Cyprus

Chestertons reports that Cyprus has carved a niche for itself over the years and is receiving considerable interest from Middle Eastern investors who are looking to establish their second home overseas.

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.

Troika approves bailout programme

The latest review of Cyprus’ bailout programme has been successfully concluded, the EC, ECB and the IMF said in a press release yesterday, paving the way for Cyprus to take part in the ECB’s quantitative easing programme.

Cypriot banks to benefit from foreclosure law

In its Credit Outlook, which assesses credit implications of current events, Moody’s Investors Service considers the implementation of the foreclosure law is credit positive for Cypriot banks.

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