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Tuesday, April 12, 2005

InvestSlovakia helping British and Irish buy into Eastern European Proeprty Markets

With many analysts and investors believing that the property market in Ireland and the UK has reached a plateau, interest has grown in Eastern Europe and we believe that these markets offer excellent investment property and real estate opportunities over the medium/long term. We provide many investment options to our Irish and Uk investors - residential, including new developments and quality second hand apartments in centrally located areas as well as a range of commercial assets.

In partnership with our overseas teams we offer local financing possibilities, tax planning service and legal support for the prospective property investor.

Our activity includes a BTL (Buy to let) activity followed by management of the property and offers the investor ways to finance his investment locally and plan his tax duties in an intelligent manner. We at all times endeavour to match investment options to our client's exact requirements - thereby providing the best possible service to our clients.

Our company has a strong customer service ethos and we are committed to providing a personalised and professional service to our clients and in doing so are setting new standards in the property investment market.

Budapest, also known as "Queen of the Danube" is an enchanting city. At first glimpse it leaves an abiding impression with its old style grandeur, unique cultural heritage and mix of architectural styles. Peaceful and yet vibrant, the city treasures the old while embracing the new. Budapest is a mass of contrasts and contradictions which bring the city alive and gives it a somewhat magnetic quality. It is nothing short of breathtaking. It should come as no surprise to learn that Budapest has been designated by UNESCO as a world heritage site.

Bratislava is situated in the centre of Europe in the southwestern part of Slovakia. The capital city spreads like a fan on both banks of the River Danube. Central to it's appeal as an real estate investor's paradise is location - Vienna and Bratislava are the two closest capital cities in the world, only a short 64 km or 40 miles apart.

"The Slovak Republic is set to become the world's next Hong Kong or Ireland, that is, a small place that's an economic powerhouse."

The above quote from Steve Forbes, editor-in-chief of Forbes Magazine, concurs with a now widely held opinion - that Slovakia, and in particular it's capital Bratislava, is becoming an "investors' paradise".

For more details visit Investslovakia.com


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