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MEP Alyn Smith asks Cyprus president to help

In a letter to the President of Cyprus, Demetris Christofias, MEP for Scotland Alyn Smith asks if an impartial ombudsman or foreign investor advice service could be established to deal with the many property issues.

Cyprus to host international real estate congress

FIABCI, the International Real Estate Federation, will hold its annual world congress in Cyprus during May 2011 at the Coral Beach Hotel and Resort in Paphos.

Could Spanish nightmare happen in Cyprus?

Could a nightmare case in which a couple may lose their UK home as a consequence of missing their mortgage repayments on a flat in Spain happen in Cyprus?

Kuwait and China show interest in Cyprus

Kuwait and China have shown interest in investing in Cyprus tourism, real estate, container management and energy sectors according to the Minister of Commerce, Industry and Tourism Antonis Paschalides.

Legal system and property rights under EU scrutiny

Once again, the Cyprus legal system and consumers’ property rights are about to come under the scrutiny of the European Union following a written question to the European Parliament raised by Scottish MEP Alyn Smith.

Cyprus refugees to get Title Deeds

The government is trying to secure Title Deeds for all refugees living in government-built estates, including those on Turkish Cypriot land, a top official said on Thursday.

Orams decision could open Pandora’s Box

The Court of Appeal decision requiring the Orams to demolish their house in occupied northern Cyprus could open Pandora’s Box enabling Turkish Cypriots to demand compensation for the loss of use of their properties and restitution.

Final contracts for Limassol marina signed

Yesterday Antonis Paschalides, the Cyprus Minister of Commerce, signed the two final agreements signalling the start of construction work on the Limassol marina.

Cyprus ministers confirm property tax plan

Following their meeting earlier today, the Cyprus Finance and Interior Ministers have confirmed the government plans for its proposed reappraisal of the Island’s property tax system.

Building permit numbers for residential property improve

Figures released yesterday by the Cyprus Statistical Service (CYSTAT) show that building permits for the construction of 900 residential properties were authorised in August 2009; down just 3.3% on the 931 authorised in August last year.

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