Nobody could have predicted that this little Mediterranean country would recover from the toughest crisis so quickly and effectively, and yet, it has just taken another step to confirm that it has a stamina and integrity by repaying this loan ahead of time.
Property sales in Cyprus fell by 10% in August 2019 compared with the corresponding month last year, according to the statistics published by the Cyprus Department of Land and Surveys. A decrease in the number of sales contracts is observed in the domestic and non-European market segments, while sales to EU citizens increased by 3%.
According to official figures by the Department of Lands and Surveys, in November 2018 the number of sales contracts rose by 2 per cent compared to November 2017. The market has been on the rise for 19 consecutive months
United States and the European Union agreed on the importance of advancing towards reciprocal visa-free travel within their respective legal frameworks and welcomed the progress of the five EU Member States, including Cyprus
According to the updates published by the Cyprus Department of Lands and Surveys, October 2018 saw yet another rise in the number of property sales contracts – as compared to October 2017 the increase constituted 6%.