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Future prospects for the real estate market with Rotary

PAVLOS Loizou MRICS, a real estate valuer with Antonis Loizou & Associates and the CEO of Leaf Research (a niche real estate market research company), will be giving presentations in English and Greek on the future prospects for the Island’s real estate market in conjunction with two Rotary Clubs in Limassol.

His first presentation (in English) will take place on January 18 at the Londa Hotel at 19.45. Organized in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Limassol Berengaria-Cosmopolitan the admission fee of €20 includes a two-course meal followed by tea and coffee. Those wishing to attend should contact the editor via the contact page.

His second presentation (in Greek) will take place on 25 January at 13.00 at the Hotel Crown Plaza and the entrance fee is €22. Organized in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Limassol, those wishing to attend should contact George Araouzos at

All proceeds from the events and any donations received will be given to the Rotary Clubs to help fund their community service projects.

This year, the Rotary Club of Limassol Berengaria-Cosmopolitan plans to purchase a Ford Transit 350LWB Minibus for PASYKAF (The Cyprus Association of Cancer Patients and Friends). The minibus will be used to ferry cancer patients between the towns and villages of Paphos, Limassol and Larnaca to the specialist cancer treatment centre in Nicosia.

About the speaker

Pavlos Loizou graduated from the University of Reading and University of Cambridge and has a degree in Financial Management from ACCA. He is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Reading and University of Cyprus, a member of the Executive Board of the RICS Cyprus, and has published numerous articles in local press and in scientific journals. He previously worked for CB Richard Ellis and AXA REIM in London, before setting up the Bucharest office of Antonis Loizou & Associates.


  1. Richard.

    I understand that a fifth column will be in attendance at this prestigious event and hopefully all will be revealed to us in due course…

  2. This offers the opportunity for a simple metaphor which would summarise the situation of many property purchasers in Cyprus.

    Attendees could pay €20 and be given a receipt which shows that they have paid for a two-course meal, tea and coffee. However, the Londa Hotel would retain ownership of the meal and drinks. Many years later, the attendee might actually own the provisions: unless, of course, the Londa Hotel became bankrupt and a bank had a prior claim on the groceries.

  3. I’d be interested in the discussion – but not being based in Cyprus – that will be tricky.

    Is there likely to be any sort of transcript, or video available?

    Appreciate the difficulties – but any output would be welcomed.

  4. With the Title Deeds scandals and the other malpractices + the antics from Alpha Bank & the like, now known throughout Europe, Russia & the rest of the world. I imagine that the future of Cyprus real estate is zilch! Go prove otherwise. R.B.

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