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Reactions on call for Cyprus ban

Whether or not you agree with Lord Jones’ calls for the UK Government to take positive steps to protect British citizens buying property in Cyprus and put pressure on the Cyprus government to clear up the mess, he certainly seems to have ruffled a few feathers!

UK politician calls for Cyprus ban

Cypriot property companies have described calls by Lord Jones of Cheltenham for their UK offices to be closed and for their presence at exhibitions to banned as “extreme”.

Ban Cyprus property companies and close their UK offices

Lord Jones of Cheltenham has called on the British government to close the UK offices of Cypriot companies selling property and to ban the promotion of Cyprus property at overseas property exhibitions.

Cyprus building permits March 2009

It is difficult to draw any conclusions from the CYSTAT figures as developers in Cyprus often start construction work before the authorities have issued the building permits.

Home buyers left in lurch

We’ve all been strung along… the British government… the property buyers… everyone… we were all conned.

September start for Limassol marina

According to the Mayor of Limassol, Andreas Christou “The construction of the Limassol Marina is of national importance to Cyprus as it will benefit the city’s trade and economy”.

Property sales continue decline

Property sales in Cyprus are continuing to decline according to figures released by the Department of Lands and Surveys.

If you can’t trust a lawyer in Cyprus, who can you trust?

If lawyers (and the Cyprus Bar Association) took their responsibilities seriously, the image of Cyprus would remain untarnished and its property industry wouldn’t be in the mess it’s in today.

Man held over Limassol land fraud

A 40-year-old man has been remanded in custody after allegedly obtaining around €2m from his Russian business partner by falsely offering to provide him with acres of land.

Property prices to fall say 80%

More than 50% of those who voted in a recent poll conducted by the Cyprus Property Magazine believe that real estate prices will fall by more than 10% during 2009.

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