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Energy saving measures grant scheme

There are opportunities for those living in Cyprus to the reduce their energy costs through a new energy saving scheme that encourages the use of renewable energy sources and energy saving in households.

Swimming pool laws set to hit tourism revenues

Barring a miracle, swimming pools in privately owned complexes, such as the Royal Seacrest in Kato Paphos, will remain closed this year affecting tourist revenues and local businesses.

Pissouri landslide: the living hell

As the landslide in Pissouri gains momentum destroying everything in its path more residents are living in hell in the village once described by Gordon Honeycombe as being on ‘The Edge of Heaven’.

Trapped buyers still at banks’ mercy

Despite promises made by deputies last November that they intended to resolve the ‘trapped buyers’ mess by Christmas, it seems that little (if any) progress has been made towards its resolution.

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.

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.

Property: trust the numbers not the rumours

When it comes to property trust the numbers, not rumours says Yiannis Misirlis commenting on the views of Nobel Laureate in Economics Christopher Pissarides last Sunday.

How will property values change in 2019?

The Cyprus property portal Zyprus, which enables business to advertise their properties for sale and rent, has recently added a forecasting tool that helps owners of property assess how its value may change in 2019.

Short-term lettings, real estate & tourism

Short-term Airbnb style property lettings will have a positive impact on the Cyprus real estate market and tourism industry, but balanced legislation is needed to ensure those positive impacts are achieved.

A new property bubble in the making?

Nobel Laureate in Economics Christopher Pissarides believes there’s another bubble being created in the Cyprus property sector although George Mouskides refers to the rise in transactions as a “healthy increase”.

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