Rating Agency S&P predicted a global recession
The world economy this year will be in recession for the first time since 2009, writes S&P Global Ratings. The rating Agency S&P Global Ratings released a report "global recession…

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Property prices in Spain
Russians are most often interested in new buildings in Spain with an average cost of up to 200 thousand euros. In the preferences of Russians in the first place —…

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The boom in the real estate market in the Netherlands continues
Supply does not keep up with demand, and prices are rising, according to Global Property Guide. Property prices in the Netherlands continue to rise, supported by record low interest rates,…

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The world’s financial markets collapsed

On March 12, stock markets experienced a record drop in quotations. The leading American indexes lost 9.5–10 %, European ones fell by 12-17 %, and Russian ones fell by 8.3-11 %. For the first time in four years, the dollar exchange rate reached 75.5 rubles, and the Euro exchange rate exceeded 84 rubles. Investors are responding to the threat of isolation due to the spread of the coronavirus.

On Thursday, March 12, trading on us exchanges led to a rapid drop in quotations and the renewal of multi-year lows. Continue reading

Russians became the second among foreigners in the number of residence permits in Spain received for investment

The share of Russians in the Golden visa program in Spain is close to 25 %. Russian citizens in terms of the number of residence permits received for investment are second only to the Chinese, writes Investment Migration Insider.

The Spanish residence permit program for investment in 2019 broke the record for the number of main applicants. According to the Spanish labor Ministry, the number of investors rose to 1,422 last year. While in 2018, 1,188 main applicants received the “Golden visa”. Continue reading

More than 5,000 foreign investors have been granted Turkish citizenship in two years

The decrease in the minimum investment required to obtain a country’s passport has led to a boom in the Turkish real estate market, writes Daily Sabah.

According to the Turkish interior Ministry, 5,111 foreign investors have received the country’s passport since the citizenship-by-investment program fell four times in price. Almost 9,000 more applications are still under review, says interior Minister Suleyman Soylu. In addition, another 1,382 investors have completed the process, but have not yet received the documents, he added. Continue reading

Named the best universities in the world
The global analytical Agency QS has published an annual ranking of the best universities in the world. The rankings are based on the analysis of six indicators: academic reputation of…

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In Ireland, agents sell real estate online
Virtual views, live chats with brokers and electronic signature of documents are the new reality of the Irish real estate market, writes The Irish Times. Savills Ireland has launched a…

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French businesses temporarily exempt from property payments
The French President introduced a delay in utility and rental payments for small businesses. The country's authorities are trying to support the economy in connection with the spread of the…

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Rental rates in Athens rose to 30 % over the year and exceeded pre-crisis indicators
In several districts of Athens, rent has risen in price over the past year by 20-30 % and exceeded the figures recorded before the crisis, reports ekathimerini.com. A similar situation…

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