Friday, 21 September 2018

Real Estate

RFE/RL waves goodbye to Parliament building

Prague Post |
31 July 2009

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty gives a tour of its new digs in Prague 10.

Czechs see flat prices taking downward dive

Radio Prague |
29 July 2009

After years of seeing their bricks and mortar assets rising in value, Czechs are now coming to terms with falling prices for flats and houses. But while gloom and doom mongers predict that a lot worse is still to come, some analysts can see signs of a recovery.

Sporting hall, archive buildings of the year

By Petra Prospěchová |
22 Oct 2008

A panel of experts selected Monday the five most interesting structures in the Czech Republic completed between June 2007 and May 2008.

The market is in the middle

22 July 2009

High-end residential schemes are taking a hit, but ING is still pressing ahead with at least a couple projects.

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.

ČR to let foreigners buy property

By Pavel Otto |
E15 |
5 Nov 2008

Real estate

The cabinet endorsed an amendment that would enable foreigners to buy Czech residential property. If endorsed by parliament and by the president, the law could come into effect next May.

Home Sweet Home |
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.

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