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The number of new homes in Cyprus for which building permits have been issued increased by 55.7 per cent in December 2016 compared to the same period in the previous year according to the Cyprus Statistical Service.
The Statistical Service of Cyprus (CYSTAT) has published the annual report “Construction and Housing Statistics, 2014”, which contains detailed data on the performance of the industry during 2014.
Cyprus property prices rose marginally during the third quarter of 2016 for the first time since the end of 2009 according to the Residential Property Price Index published by the Cyprus Central Bank.
The number of building permits authorised by the municipal authorities and the district administration offices during November 2016 stood at 550 according to the Cyprus Statistical Service.
The number of building permits authorised by the municipal authorities and the district administration offices during October 2016 stood at 449 according to the Cyprus Statistical Service.
An opportunity to reflect on the news and events that helped to shape the Cyprus property market over the past year in our list of Top 10 stories that have attracted the most readers in 2016.
The European Commission (EC) has given Cyprus and eight other EU member states two months to implement the regulations of the European Union on mortgages if they want to avoid going to the European Court of Justice.
Fitch Ratings has upgraded Cyprus by one notch from ‘B+’ to ‘BB-’ with a positive outlook on continuing strong progress in its adjustment following the 2013 banking crisis but warns that banks remain weak due to the high level of NPLs.
The Title Deed mess affected thousands of expat homeowners, but for those living on the Paradise Hills estate in Paphos it has been particularly brutal since their British developer went bust.
Olive trees have a special status in Cyprus because of their potential to bring in a significant income but here’s a bizarre story about a Cypriot man who was forced to pay property tax on an olive tree he doesn’t own.