Cyprus Property News magazine for overseas buyers & real estate investors

Saturday 4th July 2020

Nathan Morley

Title Deed mess must be considered by troika

Troika wants the banks to repossess homes held against non-performing loans within 18 months, but they cannot do this without taking into account the Title Deed mess that blights thousands of buyers.

O’Dwyer aid marks a Cyprus legal first

Conor O'Dwyer, whose dispute with Paralimni-based property developer Christoforos Karayiannas & Son Ltd has been dragging on for more than six years, has been granted legal aid to continue his civil action.

Cyprus property support group marks its first year

If you have a problem related to property ownership in Cyprus, PICAS offers access to reliable, qualified information and help you find a solution in a friendly, safe and confidential environment.

Furious Paralimni residents still await electric supply

Residents of a block of flats in Paralimni, a coastal town in the south east of Cyprus, who are without electricity are furious that their developer has built an illegal electricity substation in one of their garages to supply another building.

State sues O’Dwyer for web site

Police add new twist to property dispute in a case that could raise significant issues concerning the freedom of speech on-line in Cyprus.

Paralimni residents left in the dark

Residents of a housing complex in Paralimni, a town situated in the south east of Cyprus, have been left in the dark after the authorities cut off their illegal electricity supply according to a report in today’s Cyprus Mail on Sunday.

Cyprus property market tarnished by London protest

Conor O’Dwyer continued his ‘Shame on Cyprus’ protest outside the main entrance to Earls Court throughout the recent two-day A Place in the Sun overseas property exhibition.

More delays in O’Dwyer case

It has now more than a year since Court proceedings got underway into the alleged assault of Conor O'Dwyer by a property developer, his son and another man.

British police probe Cyprus villas scam

British police are investigating an Internet scam in which Britons paid morairaway.com and sister websites for non-existent Cyprus holiday villas after adverts appeared on villa rental sites Holiday-Rentals and Holidaylettings.co.uk

O’Dwyer assault case drags on into sixth month

Cyprus Interior Minister Neoclis Sylikiotis suggests that property buyers should take developers to court if they believe they are acting illegally. As the case involving the alleged assault on Conor O’Dwyer clearly demonstrates, the Cyprus justice system is unfit for purpose!

Lord Jones speaks out on Title Deed saga

In an exclusive interview with the Sunday Mail, British peer Lord Jones of Cheltenham tells of how the powerlessness of those caught in the title deed trap prompted him to act in the House of Lords.

Home buyers left in lurch

We've all been strung along… the British government… the property buyers… everyone… we were all conned.

Cyprus could suffer as EU monitors deeds fiasco

Despite an assurance by the government that an end to the title deeds shambles is in sight, many desperate home buyers are putting their faith in the EU in an effort to safeguard their properties.

Outraged property buyers call for direct action

We are fed up with empty talk, false promises and being fed lie after lie. We need to be taking direct action against a corrupt system that puts profit above honest people.

Scammed property buyers lobby Cyprus president

This scam is endemic throughout the island; it's harming people's lives. The government is aware of it and so are the police. Why are they refusing to act?

Cyprus Title Deeds: Miliband waits for action

British Foreign Secretary David Miliband and Chancellor Alistair Darling have been in communication regarding the ongoing Cyprus Title Deed saga

Credit crunch drives ex-pats home

PENSIONERS who moved to a dream life in Cyprus say they are being left financially crippled by the pound's slide against the Euro and...

Bizarre twist as entire O’Dwyer court ordered out

COURT proceedings on the first day of the high profile Conor O'Dwyer assault case were adjourned yesterday after defence lawyers expressed concerns that the...

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