Cyprus is facing a housing crisis, as young couples are locked out of the property market by skyrocketing prices, while supply is quickly diminishing due to thousands moving to the island.
After 10 years of zero growth, property owners are calling for the repeal of the Tenancy Law
Almost 10,000 highly skilled and highly paid Ukrainian refugees have joined the island’s work force, paving the way for a number of socioeconomic and demographic changes to the structure of Cypriot society.
UK and other non-EU pensioners eyeing a retirement home in Cyprus need to rethink their plans as authorities have raised the bar for permanent residence permits.
In an attempt to attract foreign investments to the Island and help economic growth, the Cyprus government in March 2021 revised Regulation 6(2) of the Aliens and Immigration Regulations. These amendments were in tune with the government’s general objectives at the time to stimulate and increase foreign investment in areas other than real estate. Last Friday, […]
On April 22, in a move that came as a surprise to many, the Ministry of Interior of Cyprus submitted to the Council of Ministers a number of reforms to the Criteria of granting Permanent Residency to Investors under Category 6.2. The Minister of Interior Mr Constantinos Ioannou noted that the goal, was to “shield […]
Conflicting Market Forces Affect Sales
March saw the second highest number of property sales in the month since records began in 2000. But these figures face conflicting market forces.