1 million lev for unfurnished apartment in the centre of Sofia

A Bulgarian paid 1 million levs for an apartment in the city center. It is also the most expensive home sold inside the country.

The size of the luxury property has 320 square and is two connected apartments. Located in a renovated building, but the price does not include any furniture.

1.8 million levs a Russian counted for the most expensive property sold in the country this year.
It is a house in Sozopol, which is located near the beach. The private residence was built about three years ago and has an area of 420 square meters. As it has a garden of 1.2 decares.

In addition to housing luxury bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens and utility rooms are mini spa and fitness center. There is an outdoor pool with sea views. Almost on hand there is a barbecue.

The apartment is filled luxuriously fully furnished and is provided with three garages.
Brokers say Russians are the main buyers of holiday homes in the country. Unlike the British, they are looking for apartments or houses for their own use. Most of them do not even take the opportunity to have their properties rented when they do not use them. Mainly Russians turn to seaside resorts.

Homes in mountain resorts are even preferred by Bulgarians because of lower prices. Bulgarians are seeking more private property near the slopes so that they can be more comfortable when they decide to ski.

Source: http://bg-daily-news.eu

13.08.2013, The real estate market at present