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Reports written by Annie Charalambous

Chinese investors in €30 million property deal

Chinese investors have secured land amounting to 32,271 sqm. in the Tsiflikoudia area of Limassol to the north of the marina in a €30 million deal with the Bank of Cyprus’ Real Estate Management Unit (REMU).

New trapped buyers bill vote tomorrow

A revised ‘trapped buyers’ bill designed to overcome the problems of the current law, which was introduced in 2015, and enable thousands of trapped buyers to get Title Deeds will be put to a vote tomorrow.

Property auction process may get harder for banks

Opposition parties trying to introduce legislation designed to slow down the property auction process by introducing twelve points, but have yet to get the required majority for it to pass.

Trapped buyers law changes discussed

A bill aimed at improving the 2015 trapped buyers law, which was successfully contested by the banks as being unconstitutional in the lower courts is being discussed by the House Legal Affairs Committee.

Trapped buyers bill almost completed

A debate on an amended trapped buyers bill designed to overcome the shortfalls in the existing law is set to begin on Wednesday 12 June with the expectation that legislation will be enacted before the summer recess.

Cyprus Property worth millions under the hammer

Many millions of Euros worth of Cyprus property in all the districts comprising houses, apartments, commercial properties and plots of land and fields land are set to go under the hammer in June.

Claims of one-sided property valuations

Allegations over one-sided property valuations in which the banks are undervaluing properties used in loan restructuring cases have been heard by members of the House Commerce Committee.

Reprieve for trapped buyers

The Cyprus government has vowed to continue issuing Title Deeds to trapped buyers despite the recent court rulings that left them in legal limbo according to a report in the Cyprus Weekly.

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