Once you’ve made the decision of buying one of the varied properties for sale in Bulgaria, the next question to ask is: Where in Bulgaria?
The location you wish to move is of course dependable on why you are buying one of the many properties for sale in Bulgaria. Below is a glance at just a few of the options open to you in this diverse and rich country.
Sofia is Bulgaria’s capital city, which makes it an ideal place to invest if you are interested in buy-to-let properties. It’s predicted Bulgaria’s entry into the EU next year will ensure future investment in the capital. Already, improvement on the city’s infrastructure is underway with an influx of multinational companies including internet giants, Google and Microsoft, banking giant, Deutsche Bank and Hewlett Packard. Part of the appeal is Bulgaria offers some of the lowest tax rates in Europe.
The new businesses have encouraged work on improving Sofia’s transport links and a new middle class of business men and women are emerging.
The city would also suit younger couples or single people looking for an active location. The capital boasts casinos, nightclubs and live music venues as well as restaurants where you can find everything from traditional Bulgarian cuisine to Japanese, Greek, French and Tex Mex. Sofia is just a three-hour flight from the UK.
Black Sea Riviera
For a more popular tourist destination the Black Sea Riviera is an attractive prospect if you are looking to buy properties for sale in Bulgaria.
With a temperate climate and 354km coastal strip of golden beaches and sparkling sea, it’s an ideal summer holiday destination.
Many of the resorts have refurbished and new hotels, with amenities including bars, restaurant and nightlife. Along with the cultural highlights inland, the coast can be an ideal location for day trippers.
There is a wide variety across the coast – the eastern aspect boasts golden sand and holiday villages, the northern coast features venerable forest. On the southern coast, there are pretty bays and sand dunes.
Two international airports of Varna and Bourgass connect the Bulgarian Riviera to the rest of the world.
As the biggest ski resort of Bulgaria, there is plenty of accommodation to satisfy visitors of varying financial means – making it an attractive option if you are looking for properties for sale.
Luxury hotels, holiday apartments and 40 small family hotels prove what a popular destination it is. Naturally, the resort peaks in the winter months, something you should be aware of if you are looking to buy-to-let, but the ski season is relatively long; lasting from December to May.
The resort’s value has increased since Bulgaria’s 2012 Winter Olympics bid, which resulted in additional investment, including a multi-million euros investment from the company, Yulen, who have the licence to run the skiing area of the resort. The improved facilities mean Bansko is fast finding a name for itself amongst snowboarders too.
As a traditional working town, it still retains a charm and heritage, although new resort facilities are under construction, including a golf course and luxury hotels. Traditional Bansko taverns offer style and atmosphere, and often, live folk music. It’s an enchanting combination.
If you want to find out more about properties for sale in Bulgaria, then telephone The Bulgarian Property Company on 00359 886 234 289 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org We can take the headache out of buying abroad and help you avoid any pitfalls with our extensive local knowledge. It couldn’t be simpler.