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Portugal and Cyprus win as Brits return to market

Portugal, Turkey and Cyprus are among the main beneficiaries of the returning British interest in overseas property, according to the latest figures from portal Rightmove.

Experts air views on Cyprus property tax

In co-operation with RICS Cyprus, the Cyprus International Institute of Management (CIIM) held an event last Monday on the subject of property tax against a backdrop of the government’s decision to revise the property tax system in Cyprus.

Cyprus swimming pool laws cost thousands

The costs of owning a communal swimming pool in Cyprus are escalating as authorities tighten up the enforcement of regulations seemingly designed for hotels and tourist complexes.

Title Deed bills to Cyprus parliament today

The six bills concerning reforms to the legal framework governing building permits and the issue of Title Deeds will be submitted to Cyprus parliament today.

Sales up on last year but foreigners holding back

Property sales in March indicate that the Cyprus market may be on the road to recovery, but foreigners are still not buying in the key tourist areas.

Title Deed legislation in parliament by month end

The Cyprus Interior Minister, Neoclis Sylikiotis, expects the new legislation designed to clear the Title Deed backlog to be tabled before parliament later this month.

Revised property taxes and planning amnesty

The Cyprus government is banking on a second term in office to implement its revised property tax system which will be based on current property values rather than those of 1980.

Cyprus submits stability programme to EU

The Cyprus News Agency has reported that government has submitted its Stability Programme to the European Commission, which includes the basic targets to reduce the budget deficit to 6% in 2010 and below 3% by 2013.

Cypriot developer reveals new marketing strategy

Cypriot developer Aristo has begun a new marketing strategy separating its existing stock from its new luxury projects.

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