Cyprus Property News magazine for overseas buyers & real estate investors

Wednesday 30th September 2020

Stephen Harris

AIPP gets tough on North Cyprus agents

The Association of International Property Professionals (AIPP) has warned its members that they could be ejected if they continue to sell property in the areas of Cyprus under Turkish military occupation.

Protester vows to fight Cyprus legal action

The leader of a property owners’ group in Cyprus has vowed to defend himself against legal action taken by a developer.

Cyprus protest saves new projects

Following last weeks protest outside the Paphos town hall by Alpha Panareti, the Cyprus government has approved several of their construction projects including a mini-marina and solar energy system.

Cyprus divides industry on Title Deed proposals

The Cypriot government’s proposals for tackling the ongoing Title Deeds issue have split the property industry.

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