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Archive for February, 2019

The Property Consultant …or NOT!

The fact that one is simply marketing to sell/rent an apartment, or two, or a few, does not make him a property consultant or expert in the field but merely one who is selling apartments.

Property sales continue to rise (update)

The number of property sales in Cyprus continued to rise in January 2019 compared to the numbers sold in January 2018 according to official figures published today by the Department of Lands and Surveys.

Airbnb-style rental law faces major issue

A bill designed to regulate Airbnb-style short-term property rentals is almost ready to be put to the vote, but one issue has to be resolved; the ease with which owners would be able to rent out apartments.

Bank of Cyprus sells NPLs to APS

The Bank of Cyprus has sold non-performing loans (NPLs) amounting to some €34 million to APS, part of the APS Holdings group, which is also handling the Hellenic Bank’s portfolio of bad debts.

Larnaca high-rise developments planned

Larnaca may soon be joining Limassol, Paphos and Nicosia in the high-rise towers club, providing that the application for a town planning permit is approved by the Larnaca Municipality

Clouds gathering over the Cyprus economy

Risks, driven by world economy deceleration, Brexit as well as Cyprus’ domestic challenges are clouding the medium-term outlook of the Cypriot economy, an economic conference has heard.

Citizenship schemes need greater scrutiny

During his visit Cyprus, the Prime Minister of Malta Joseph Muscat said that level of scrutiny regarding European citizenship schemes needs to be upped and that, generally speaking, Malta’s system was in order.

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