Cyprus Property News

Browse the latest Cyprus property news at Cyprus Property Guides. Here, we’ve rounded up all the need-to-know stories from the housing market.

If you’re buying a house in Cyprus, you’ll need to keep up with the latest developments in the market. Our coverage includes everything that buyers need to know, including forecasts, new regulations, and the hottest trends.

New luxury marina in Ayia Napa

A new luxury marina is under construction in the party town of Ayia Napa. As well as its 600 berths, retail outlets and private beach club, a range of luxury properties are being built that could tempt a new type of buyer to the area.

Could we soon buy in northern Cyprus?

Talks are underway aimed at reunifying Cyprus following 43 years of division between the Greek Cypriot south and Turkish Cypriot north. With negotiators cautiously optimistic of reaching an agreement, how could this impact overseas property buyers?

British influence on Cyprus

Cyrus is a wonderful place full of local tradition, history and culture; but the influence of British rule, and more recently tourism, is plain to see and has had a huge impact on the island as we know it today.

Benefits of a summer viewing trip

Don’t let the glorious sunshine and dream temperatures put you off heading to Cyprus for a viewing trip. When you put it like that, there’s no need to worry about browsing properties in the summer sun. You could even make a holiday of it.

New Cyprus airline launches

The launch of a new airline next month is about to unlock the door to three exciting destinations for British residents in Cyprus. Cyprus Airways has announced it will be providing services to Heraklion in Crete, Rhodes and Tel Aviv, with more routes in the pipeline.

Beat Brexit: buy a property in Cyprus

The residence for investment programmes – the so-called Golden Visas – introduced in Cyprus offer property buyers and their families the chance to obtain permanent residency for as little as €300,000. Alternatively, you could become a citizen for a €2 million investment. All you have to do is buy a property and visit every now and then.

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