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Russian Property Buyers Prefer Bulgaria Most
Updated: 2010-08-18

Bulgaria ranked 1st in the chart of a Russian website for interest of Russian property buyers abroad for July.

According to Prian.ru, in July, 21,55% of all requests for properties were for Bulgaria, while in June the number was a little below 20%.

The website that has been following the interests of Russian property buyers abroad for two years has registered the previous Bulgarian record in November 2008, when the country triggered 21,27% of all requests.

Despite the increased interest in Bulgaria, the difference between the country and the rest of the countries in the chart did not build up, due to the increased interest in the second place of interest – Germany.

The top 10 of the chart have almost not changed for three months. The only difference in July was the fact that Montenegro replaced Turkey in the 8th position.

According to the website, the interest in the United Stated and Finland was decreasing. The drop of interest in properties in the Czech Republic from May and June, however, has stabilized and in July the country ranked 6th with a percentage close to Italy which ranked 5th.

Another change of interest in July was registered for the “warm” countries. Although Spain held the third place with 7,22% of all requests, the interest in Turkey and Egypt have decreased.

Not making it to top 10, Thailand, Estonia, Sweden and Cyprus still registered an increase in interest, while Lithuania and Hungary lost positions.

Source: www.novinite.com

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