Wednesday, Oct 05, 2022

Real Estate Dynamics in Cyprus | August 2022

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Author : Zafeiria Stathogiannakou
  • September 12, 2022
Cyprus real estate market is going through one of the best periods since 2008 in terms of the investment appetite and the transaction activity exhibited across the island. Cyprus is currently highly attractive to real estate investors and has long-term growth prospects as it has always been a magnet for international buyers looking to invest in real estate outside their country.
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Real Estate Dynamics in Cyprus | February 2022

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Author : Zafeiria Stathogiannakou
  • March 24, 2022
Given ongoing market war-driven uncertainties & covid-driven challenges, 2022 will be a year full of contrasts & contradictions. According to ECB, Europeans will in the short term be confronted with higher inflation and slower economic growth. On the other hand, the real estate market remains on an upward trend and there are some indications that have already returned to pre-pandemic levels.
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Real Estate Dynamics in Cyprus | January 2022

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Author : Zafeiria Stathogiannakou
  • February 18, 2022
In 2022, the world still faces a difficult array of challenges such as the resurgent of COVID-19 pandemic, the inflation risks etc. However, from a dealmaking perspective, 2022 will be a busy & dynamic year for the island of Cyprus as we anticipate renewed cross-border activity & a steadily increased pace of deal activity at a domestic level.
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Real Estate Dynamics in Cyprus | FY 2021 Results

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Author : Zafeiria Stathogiannakou
  • January 19, 2022
2021 was a year defined by the many ongoing consequences of COVID-19. The world got vaccinated, but not in equal measure. The island of Cyprus was suffering from multiple waves of COVID-19 infections, however, the housing market of Cyprus gradually returned to pre-COVID level. In particular, the transfers of sales increased slightly by 5.1% in 2021 compared to 2019. Likewise, the amount of mortgages totaled €5,492 bn, up by 77.4%.
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Real Estate Dynamics in Cyprus | December 2021

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Author : Zafeiria Stathogiannakou
  • December 17, 2021
After the last year’s major pause due to the coronavirus outbreak, Cyprus’ housing market sees first signs of recovery. In particular, the transfers of sales increased slightly by 3.4% y-o-y in November 2021 compared to the same period in 2019. Likewise, the amount of mortgages totalled €5,093 bn, up by 82.2%. However, even if the Cypriot real estate market is recovering, the amount of mortgages dropped slightly by 4.4%, whilst, the contracts of sales fell by 4.2% over the same period compared to 2019.
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Real Estate Dynamics in Cyprus | October 2021

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Author : Zafeiria Stathogiannakou
  • October 07, 2021
After a year's pause due to COVID-19, the real estate market is on a recovery trajectory in Cyprus. Our report aims to provide an overview of the real estate market in Cyprus focusing on the key pillars such as transfers of sales, contracts of sales, number of mortgages & amount of mortgages. The report also captures the impact of the pandemic outbreak on the residential prices across the country & how they vary across the country's districts.
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How has COVID-19 impacted the Hospitality Sector in Cyprus?

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Author : Zafeiria Stathogiannakou
  • June 22, 2021
Hospitality & tourism sector plays an important role in Cyprus economy, contributing significantly to the national GDP every year. However, over the previous year, it suffered a severe crisis due to COVID-19 and the implications of worldwide travel restrictions. In this survey, we will examine how coronavirus affected popular areas of Cyprus, the most resilient areas that keep growing despite the pandemic break out & the expectations of the industry for the future.
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Cypriot Construction Industry | Key trends in 2020

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Author : Zafeiria Stathogiannakou
  • April 05, 2021
In 2020, a year marked by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the building activity in Cyprus slumped after a five-year increase. The major causes for the decline in the construction industry are mainly the coronavirus outbreak & the cancellation of the Cyprus Naturalisation program. Specifically, building permits dropped slightly by 2.7%, from 7,218 in 2019 to 7,023 in 2020.
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Cyprus Property construction costs

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Delfi Partners
  • July 06, 2019
A report of construction costs of Cyprus property completed in the private sector between 2000 and 2017 has recently been published by the Cyprus Statistical Service.
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