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Reports written by Bejay Browne

Brits continue to set up home here

It appears that an increasing numbers of Brits are deciding to live in Cyprus but they are being sensible and very cautious about buying and choosing to rent property on a three to six month basis.

Paphos family unable to leave stricken home

Despite being ordered to leave their home on the troubled development at Armou that is slipping down a hillside, a family of four remains as they have no viable alternative at the present time.

Developers warned over Chinese market

Many Chinese people who have bought properties in Cyprus have felt cheated and complained according to Huali Che, president of the Chinese friendship association in Cyprus.

Armou family still living in limbo

A family of four living at a stricken development in Cyprus that is slipping down Armou in Paphos remain in limbo, unsure of their future, after their homes were declared unfit for habitation in November last year.

Families ordered to leave unsafe homes

Families living on the stricken development at Armou, whose homes are continuing to slip down the hillside, have been advised that their properties are unfit for habitation and have been instructed to leave.

Armou homes on verge of collapse

A development of six houses at Armou in Paphos that were built on a hillside in 2004 are now in a critical condition as they are likely to collapse completely if it rains heavily this winter.

Overseas property sales hopes helped by Chinese

The Cyprus overseas property market is reported to be getting a boost from the Far East as interest from Chinese buyers looking to purchase top end luxury properties in Paphos is increasing.

Armou resident warns visitors enter at your own risk

As homes on a stricken development in Armou continue to slip and gaping holes appear, one resident has put a warning sign on his gate post warning visitors to enter at their own risk.

Timeshare touts are back in Paphos

Despite the police have made some efforts to clear the streets of touts plus endless meetings with government departments, timeshare touts in Paphos are continuing to hassle tourists.

Armou family told it is not safe to stay in their home

As their home continues to slip down the hillside, a family living in one of the houses on an estate at Armou in Paphos have been told to leave within seven days as it has become unsafe to live there.

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