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Sunday, May 31, 2020
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Property sales collapse hits all markets

The historic collapse of 80 per cent in property sales in April hit the local and overseas market segments according to statistics from the Department of Lands & Surveys.

Historic collapse of property sales

Property sales in Cyprus have collapsed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic to a level only seen once before when the events of March 2013 made Cyprus a household name around the world.

Building permits maintaining strong growth

The number of building permits authorised in Cyprus during February 2020 provided for the construction of 680 new homes; an increase of 18 per cent compared to February 2019 according to official figures.

Cyprus passport programme under fire again

The Cyprus citizenship by investment programme, which enables well-heeled foreigners to obtain an EU passport for investments of at least €2 million, has come under fire again from the European Union.

You have insurance but are you insured?

The heavy winter rains have resulted in many insurance claims but as many have found to their horror, although their insurance premium has been paid, they discover that they're not insured when they make a claim.
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The Cyprus property market will rebound in 2021

The new reality since the lockdown in Cyprus is that all sectors of the real estate market have come to a standstill and many transactions already agreed in principle or even midway through have been frozen or postponed.

Building permits authorised for 907 new homes

The number of building permits authorised in Cyprus during January 2020 provided for the construction of 907 new homes; an increase of 27 per cent compared to January 2019 according to official figures.

Foreign property sales take a big hit

Sales of property in Cyprus to foreigners took a big hit in March following the blanket ban on passenger flights and other measures introduced by the government to contain the spread of coronavirus.

Cyprus house price index falls

The Cyprus house price index (HPI) fell by 3.7 per cent in the third quarter of 2019 and by 4.8 per cent on an annual basis according to a preliminary estimate by the Cyprus Statistical Service (CYSTAT).
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30-year Paphos marina saga continues

The thirty-year saga of the Paphos marina continues with news that moves to study a proposal to create the marina at Kissonerga with docking facilities for cruise ships is about to get underway.

Coronavirus fears hit Cyprus property sales

Sales of property in Cyprus suffered a significant downturn in March as coronavirus fears hit house buyers and sellers, how long it will last probably depends on how long it will take to get the pandemic under control.

Construction of new homes doubles

The number of building permits authorised in December 2019 provided for the construction of more than twice as many new homes as those authorised in December 2018 according to official figures.

Cyprus real estate stricken by pandemic

Pundits believe that the Cyprus real estate market will suffer a significant downturn as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, which is mainly supported by foreign investment and demand.

€2000 demanded to correct Pissouri fake news

A Greek language newspaper has demanded two thousand Euros to publish a letter correcting a fake news story concerning the Pissouri landslide, which it published on Saturday 7 March.

Ayia Napa Marina starting operations soon

Ayia Napa marina is in the final phase of construction and is gearing up for the start of operations with the entrance and berthing of the first boat on January 27 marking the beginning of the marina’s pilot operations.

Cyprus property sales fall in February

Property sales in Cyprus fell by 11 per cent in February 2020 compared to February 2019 and by 7 per cent in the first two months of the year according to official figures from the Department of Lands and Surveys.

Cyprus housing market set to slowdown

The housing market in Cyprus is set to slowdown in the medium term following a reduction in the number of sale contracts deposited at Land Registry offices during the second half of 2019.

Conor O’Dwyer loses Supreme Court appeal

British man Conor O'Dwyer who has fought a 15-year battle with the Cyprus justice system has failed in his appeal to the Supreme Court against the 2012 verdict in a case filed by Christoforos Karayiannas and Son Ltd.

Law regulating self-catering rentals enacted

The law regulating Airbnb and other self-catering accommodation rentals in Cyprus has been enacted requiring their owners to follow a set of regulations and formalities to legally provide their services.

New rent law contains grey areas

Although the rent law has been changed so that tenants now have to prove they've paid the rent to be able to defend their case in court, the amended law still contains some grey areas.
Larnaca marina and port project

Larnaca port and marina gets go ahead

The redevelopment of the Larnaca port and the 600-berth marina is expected to start soon following an agreement reached between Cyprus and Israeli investors after year long negotiations.

Strong growth in construction continues

The strong growth in the Cyprus construction sector continued in November with building permits authorised for the construction of 909 new homes according to official statistics from the Cyprus Statistical Service.

Twice as many property sales to non-EU citizens

More than twice as many property sales were made to non-EU citizens than EU citizens in January according to official statistics published by the Department of Lands and Surveys last Friday.

Cash-rich banks stockpiling real estate

Cash-rich banks are stockpiling properties as they turn to buy real estate linked to mortgages of defaulted borrowers as banking institutions dominate the property market.

Is the Cyprus justice system broken?

Recent court cases have raised questions about the Cyprus justice system with a recent survey among Limassol-based lawyers highlighting their views on a number of key questions.

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Property sales collapse hits all markets

The historic collapse of 80 per cent in property sales in April hit the local and overseas market segments according to statistics from the Department of Lands & Surveys.

Historic collapse of property sales

Property sales in Cyprus have collapsed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic to a level only seen once before when the events of March 2013 made Cyprus a household name around the world.

Building permits maintaining strong growth

The number of building permits authorised in Cyprus during February 2020 provided for the construction of 680 new homes; an increase of 18 per cent compared to February 2019 according to official figures.

Cyprus passport programme under fire again

The Cyprus citizenship by investment programme, which enables well-heeled foreigners to obtain an EU passport for investments of at least €2 million, has come under fire again from the European Union.