Leptos Estates is offering the ultimate Valentine’s Day present - from February 14th, 2007, the first fourteen people to buy a new home at its romantic Vikla Village development in Cyprus will also be presented with a rose red Suzuki Swift car!
As 2007 gets under way, there’s continued confidence from international buyers in Cyprus’ residential property market. After a period of rapid price rises in anticipation of the country’s EU membership in 2004, the market is now showing stable but healthy growth with the promise of more good things to come as the country prepares to adopt the Euro currency on 1st January 2008 and Monarch Airlines adds Cyprus to its list of budget destinations.
Following Monarch’s move into Cyprus this week as the first major low fares airline to introduce flights between the Mediterranean island and the UK, MRI Overseas Property is predicting Cypriot property prices are set to become even stronger in 2007.
October 2006 residential property prices in Cyprus dropped 0.9% from the September figures. The BuySell Home Price Index came down to 117.60, bringing the Average Home Price to CYP £91,625. The overall index remains up 6.7% for 2006 to date.
Cybarco Plc has confirmed its position as the leading developer in the Republic of Cyprus by scooping awards in all three categories in which the company was entered into at Friday night’s International Property Awards.
Post-holiday blues and the UK's longest, hottest summer are making Southern Cyprus the number foreign property hot spot according to experts.
With the end of summer, even one so extended as this year’s, the trudge back to school provokes dreams of changing lives and warmer places. With around 340 days of sunshine a year, a half term or Christmas trip to Cyprus could inspire a family move to enjoy warm weather year-round.
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