Thursday, 21 November 2019

Real Estate

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.

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.
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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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