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Canadian Real Estate Company Enters the Estonian Market

SNC-Lavalin Homburg Property Management, a company owned by two Canadian capital holding companies, has opened an office in Tallinn. Similar ventures are also being opened in Riga and Vilnius. The company was founded by one of the biggest engineering, construction

Empty Apartments In Estonia Creating More Problems

An increasing number of apartments in rural areas and small towns in Estonia are being left abandoned, as their owners seek employment overseas, according to a report by Sven Randlaid on the website of ERR, Estonia’s national broadcasting network, citing

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

Energy Savings Pay Off When Buying Real Estate In Estonia

When buying a new home, it seems that the biggest cost is likely to be the actual purchase price according to property developer Allan Kool, in an article published on Tõnu Toompark’s adaur blog. However, it gradually dawns on home

Statistics: Growth In Volume Of Land Transactions In Estonia

Both built up and raw land in Estonia has seen a significant increase in the number of deals in the second quarter of 2011, according to Tõnu Toompark on his adaur blog. This is in direct contrast to apartment deals

Do Apartment Ownerships In Estonia Constitute An Enterprise?

The Estonian Tax and Customs Board sometimes seems to use unlawful measures to limit the taxpayer’s right to deduct value added tax (VAT), report Law Firm LEXTAL attorney-at-law Ants Karu and lawyer Margus Reiland. Obligation to pay VAT usually lies

Index Of Repair And Reconstruction Prices In Estonia Have Risen By 1.7 Per Cent

According to Tõnu Toompark’s Adaur blog, the price index for repair and reconstruction work in Estonia appears to be following that of construction itself, seeing a recent rise. Whilst the price index for construction work in the first quarter of

Colliers: 2011 Best Year For Estonian Commercial Real Estate

Compared with the first quarter of 2010, the number of commerical real estate deals in Estonia has fallen by 18 per cent. However, their size and value has actually increased. The monthly average transaction value has risen by 48 per

Tallinn Real Estate Market Report First Quarter 2011

Tallinn Property and Goodson & Red are pleased to announce that our latest Tallinn Property and Rental Market Quarterly Review is ready. Covering all developments in the first quarter of 2011, as always the review contains an in-depth look at the

Residential Real Estate Offers In Estonia Showing An Increase

Real estate portal KV.ee’s index of property prices in Estonia seems to be on a horizontal plane at the moment, according to Tõnu Toompark’s Adaur blog. The Index currently stands at 61.9 points, 1.7 per cent lower than this time

Euribor Increase To 1.25%: Effects On Estonian Property Market 2 kommentaari

The European Central Bank (ECB)’s decision to raise the Euribor index of lending rates to 1.25% on Thursday last (7th April) perhaps comes as no surprise, and it seems likely that further rises are due for the course of 2011.

Construction Insider: Tallinn Property Market Suffering From An Offers “Drought”

Astlanda OÜ board member Kajar Kruus has provided an interesting perspective on the current situation in the real estate market in Tallinn, the indicators and reasons behind its seeming upturn as well as shedding some light on the realities behind

Tallinn Property Price Index Unchanged

As recently posted on this blog, there was a recent blip upwards  in the otherwise generally stagnant level of property prices in Tallinn, at least according to real estate portal kv.ee‘s index of prices. It seems that things have reverted

Statistics Office – No Recovery In Estonian Construction in 2010

As noted in an earlier post, the third quarter of 2010 showed no signs of recovery in the construction sector, at least if figures released by the Estonian statistical office are anything to go by. According to data released by

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