Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Real Estate

Czech developer ECM's largest shareholder makes bid

Reuters |
21 October 2008

The largest shareholder of Czech developer ECM Real Estate Investments said on Monday it would launch a CZK 303 per share voluntary offer for the company.

Home Sweet Home

Expats.cz |
15 July 2009

From a music hobby to real estate

Playing in the forest of eco-architecture

Prague Post |
26 June 2009

It was his participation in an "earth house" project in France during the early '80s that first turned Petr Suske on to the idea of ecological architecture.

Finding a place to call home

Prague Post |
26 June 2009

Roman Čakurda's friend recently came to visit him from England, took a look around at the local real estate scene here and was aghast by what he saw.

Most older flats getting cheaper

By Vladimír Kaláb |
Hospodářské noviny |
30 Oct 2008

As a result of the financial crisis, the decline in the prices of older homes is likely to spread all over the country.

Flat prices continue falling

By Vladimír Kaláb | Hospodářské noviny |
17 Jun 2009

Flat prices are expected to fall significantly this year. They have continued to fall for the past six months but have not reached their lowest level yet.

Praguescape: The show must go on

By Kristina Alda |
21 Oct 2008

The fire-scorched Industrial Palace has served as the gateway to Prague's favourite fairgrounds for half a century.

Kristina Alda is the Monitor's managing editor. She likes writing about buildings and public space.
You can reach her at kristina@praguemonitor.com. You can read more of her stories here.

Israel and Czech Republic emerge as best real estate performers

Property Wire |
25 May 2009

Israel is the surprise top performer in the world property market in the first quarter of 2009 with real estate rising 10.9% followed by the Czech Republic at 9.9%, according to a new report.

Developers protest lending freeze

Prague Post |
22 May 2009

Real estate growth has stalled as banks keep right loan restrictions.

High revamp costs diminish interest in brownfields

By Denisa Novotná | E15 |
20 May 2009

The high cost of cleaning up brownfields often means that great expectations go unfulfiled. The mandatory costs get even higher if the land is contaminated.

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