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How will Cyprus property prices change in 2014?

  • Increase more than 10% (45 Votes - 4%)
  • Increase 5% to 10% (38 Votes - 3%)
  • Increase 5% (66 Votes - 5%)
  • Prices will remain steady (180 Votes - 15%)
  • Fall 5% (195 Votes - 16%)
  • Fall 5% to 10% (264 Votes - 22%)
  • Fall more than 10% (422 Votes - 35%)

 

Start Date: January 19, 2014 @ 19:43 - End Date: No Expiry


Will Cyprus need a second bailout from the troika?

  • Yes (880 Votes - 78%)
  • No (247 Votes - 22%)

 

Start Date: November 2, 2013 @ 08:27 - End Date: No Expiry


Will the Cyprus government achieve additional revenues from property taxation of at least €75 million as required by the Memorandum of Understanding with the troika?

  • Yes (310 Votes - 28%)
  • No (795 Votes - 72%)

 

Start Date: July 15, 2013 @ 16:12 - End Date: No Expiry


Will the island's new government act to resolve the many problems encountered by those buying property?

  • Yes (236 Votes - 25%)
  • No (723 Votes - 75%)

 

Start Date: March 10, 2013 @ 15:11 - End Date: No Expiry


How will Cyprus property prices change in 2013?

  • Prices will remain steady (131 Votes - 13%)
  • Increase 5% (29 Votes - 3%)
  • Increase 5% to 10% (14 Votes - 1%)
  • Increase more than 10% (12 Votes - 1%)
  • Fall 5% (281 Votes - 28%)
  • Fall 5% to 10% (209 Votes - 20%)
  • Fall more than 10% (345 Votes - 34%)

 

Start Date: January 13, 2013 @ 19:31 - End Date: No Expiry


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