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SEB is holding a real estate fair in Estonia’s larger towns and cities

This Saturday, New Home Day will take place at the SEB branches in Tallinn, Tartu and Pärnu. This is the continuation of SEB’s annual tradition of bringing together sellers and buyers of real estate at a small-scale real estate fair.

SEB: Families in all three Baltic States see their economic situation improving gradually

Mean net wages topped the pre-crisis levels in all three Baltic States. Wage statistics show a gap of almost 50 per cent between mean net wages in Estonia and the other Baltic States; in recent years, the gap has widened

After the crisis years, clients’ choices of new homes are considered and based on long-term prospects

Held under the leadership of SEB last week, a meeting of real estate buyers and sellers confirmed that someone buying a new home today must both carefully consider their family’s actual needs and compare real estate offers that meet those

The financial means of Tallinn residents to purchase an apartment in dormitory suburbs are in a state of decline

In terms of current income and property prices, residents of Riga and Vilnius can now purchase a bigger standard apartment than a year ago, with the housing purchasing power index showing the biggest growth in Vilnius over the last 12

Эксперт: рынок недвижимости оживился благодаря дешевым кредитам

Adaur Grupp OÜ

По данным статистики, интерес людей к приобретению недвижимости в последнее время растет. Эксперт рынка жилья Тыну Тоомпарк считает, что это связано с льготными условиями кредитования. В первом квартале этого года число сделок на рынке недвижимости на 15% превышало показатели первого

Estonian Finance Ministry Building In Tallinn To Be Demolished, Rebuilt

According to a report by Ott Tammik on the English language site of the Estonian Public Broadcasters (ERR) the building which houses the Estonian Finance Ministry is to be demolished and two new, identical towers are to be built in its stead. The

GDP in Estonia up 3.9 per cent year on year to Q1 2012

According to a report on the Baltic Business News, the Estonian economy saw a growth of 3.9 per cent in Q1 of 2012, with particular emphasis on construction and also retail and wholesale trade. Citing figures from the Estonian Statistics

Individuals In The Rental Market Need Tax Exempt Status

At a recent round table meeting of the EKFL (Eesti Kinnisvarafirmade Liit), an association of Estonian real estate agents, construction companies, developers and other related interests, on 26 October, the question of issues related to tax relief for rental income

Realtors Push for Tax-Free Rental Income

The Association of Real Estate Companies has announced that it is advocating tax freedom on apartment rental income for private individuals. Such a change, which the association decided to back after discussing the idea at its October 26 round table,

Realtors Push for Tax-Free Rental Income

The Association of Real Estate Companies has announced that it is advocating tax freedom on apartment rental income for private individuals. Such a change, which the association decided to back after discussing the idea at its October 26 round table,

Apartment Deals, Prices In Estonia Picking Up But Caution Still Needed

Summer 2011 apparently experienced a low volume of real estate transactions in Estonia, according to Tõnu Toompark on his adaur blog. However, the months of August and September actually saw a rise to the highest level of the year so

Real Estate Market Growing Slowly But Steadily In Tallinn, Tartu and Pärnu, Estonia

Today’s residential market seens to be relatively calm, with sudden changes not taking place, writes Tõnu Toompark on his adaur blog. However, developments in the city centre of Tallinn, particularly in the high end of the market are certainly a

Realtors Stand Up to Mass Replacement of Old Apartment Blocks

he Association of Real Estate Firms disagrees that there is a massive need for new apartment buildings to replace the Soviet-era blocks, the life-span of which is said to come to an end in 20 years. The statement was made

Estonian Property Owners’ “Golden Handcuffs”

The proportion of property owners in Estonia seems to be declining somewhat, despite a strong desire in Estonia to be a property owner, according to a report in Estonian business newspaper Äripaev. The article, by Silvia Kruusmaa, goes on to

Floods To Have No Lasting Impact on Real Estate Prices

Homeowners on the Tallinn streets worst affected by last weekend’s floods should not be worried that the long-term value of their property will decline, real-estate analysts say. In the coming months, those living in the streets near the Old City

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