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Armou family still living in limbo

A family of four living at a stricken development in Cyprus that is slipping down Armou in Paphos remain in limbo, unsure of their future, after their homes were declared unfit for habitation in November last year.

Sales in 2012 plummet to record low

The number of properties sold in Cyprus fell to a record low in 2012 with local pundits predicting that this year will be worse than last, while the Financial Mirror concludes that 2013 will be another “Annus Horribilis”.

Families ordered to leave unsafe homes

Families living on the stricken development at Armou, whose homes are continuing to slip down the hillside, have been advised that their properties are unfit for habitation and have been instructed to leave.

Chinese multi-million airport deal collapsed

The multi-million Euro plan to develop the old Larnaca airport into a commercial showroom for Chinese products and a logistics centre has collapsed; the Chinese investor is no longer interested.

Property sales plunge to new depths

The number of properties sold in Cyprus in July plunged to new depths, with the number of contracts of sale deposited at Land Registry offices down more than 30 percent compared to July 2011.

Impending collapse of Qatar deal

Qatar’s investment in land opposite the Hilton hotel in Nicosia will probably collapse, although the Emir of Qatar has reportedly expressed his intention to proceed with other investments in Cyprus.

Now the storm has broken

Even now with irrefutable evidence that property prices are falling at a quickening pace across the island, one senses a sanguine mood that something will soon interrupt the decline.

No end in sight to the collapse in property sales

With the exception of January, when sales improved compared with January 2011, property sales in Cyprus have been shrinking for the past 22 months with no signs of a recovery in the foreseeable future.

Armou resident warns visitors enter at your own risk

As homes on a stricken development in Armou continue to slip and gaping holes appear, one resident has put a warning sign on his gate post warning visitors to enter at their own risk.

Armou family told it is not safe to stay in their home

As their home continues to slip down the hillside, a family living in one of the houses on an estate at Armou in Paphos have been told to leave within seven days as it has become unsafe to live there.

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