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Nicosians buy up British holiday homes

Former British holiday homes in Protaras are being bought up by Nicosia residents on steady incomes and who are able to obtain mortgages.

In Cyprus size does matter!

An inspection of the holiday home by a professional, independent surveyor confirmed that its covered area was more than 15% smaller than its advertised size – this means it had been oversold and overvalued by a figure in excess of €30,000.

Cyprus Title Deeds: an avenue of hope?

If the property you have bought in Cyprus does not have a separate Title Deed, then you may wait for a long time for its transfer to your name.

Government inaction over Title Deeds is irresponsible

The Cyprus government’s handling of the Title Deed problems could not have been worse. It made promises to interested parties that it could not keep.

Has the Cyprus government misled us?

The truth was revealed at a Title Deed seminar organised by the Cyprus Property Action Group (CPAG) at the Elysium Hotel in Paphos last Thursday.

Cyprus title misdeeds

Property developers in Cyprus are strong-arming the government to do their bidding by holding up the spectre of economic collapse.

Costs of owning an apartment in Cyprus

Did you know that if you buy an apartment in Cyprus you must contribute to the costs of insuring, maintaining, repairing and managing the jointly-owned parts of the building?

Gullibles travels in Cyprus: The overseas property exhibition

The misadventures of an inexperienced property investor and his wife in their quest to buy a jet-to-let holiday apartment in Cyprus.

Cyprus property boom ends as weak pound scares away U.K. buyers

The weak pound will result in British buyers of second-home in Cyprus keeping their money in their wallets for the next two years or so.

Misrepresented property and conflicts of interest

What can you do if the property you bought is significantly different to the plans you were shown and your lawyer appears to have a conflict of interest?

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