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Following February’s fall in property sales, the numbers sold in Cyprus during March compared to March 2016 improved in three of the five districts according to official statistics from the Department of Lands and Surveys.
Around one sixth of the 1.2 million properties in Cyprus were not registered with the Department of Lands and Surveys until the authorities carried out a revaluation exercise as part of the island’s bailout agreement.
Sewerage rates in Cyprus, which are based on a property’s value as determined by the Land Registry need to be revised following the property revaluation exercise carried out in 2013 to prevent astronomic rises.
Having got off to a promising start to the New Year in January, property sales in Cyprus faltered in February with numbers falling in all five districts compared to the numbers sold in February 2016.
Thousands of properties in Cyprus that have not been declared to the Tax Department have been discovered during a revaluation exercise by the Department of Lands and Surveys according to the island’s Interior Minister.
The number of property sales contracts deposited at Land Registries across Cyprus in December was the highest recorded since September 2008 according to official figures from the Department of Lands & Surveys.
Following the many emails I’ve received this article explains how buyers may apply for the Title Deeds to the property they purchased under the provisions of the ‘hidden mortgage’/’trapped buyers’ law.
The latest monthly figures on the number of Title Deeds issued for development projects across the island during 2014 published by the Cyprus Department of Lands and Surveys in Nicosia.
Following the revaluation of some 500,000 properties in Cyprus, the revised valuation of any particular property can be viewed on-line at the Department of Lands and Surveys website.
Property sales in March increased 20 percent compared to the corresponding period last year according to official statistics published earlier this week by the Department of Lands and Surveys.