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.


GHIC: Your post-Brexit healthcare is covered

GHIC: Your post-Brexit healthcare is covered

Good news! The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is being replaced with a Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC). This means that Brits travelling to Cyprus, and indeed all EU countries, will still be able to receive free, or cheaper, state-provided medical care.
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How to move your pet to Cyprus with you

We’re a nation obsessed with our furry friends. There are as many pets as people in the UK – an estimated 65 million – and almost every other household in the country is believed to have one. If your pet is like a member of the family, you’ll want to take it with you to Cyprus when you make the move here. Thankfully, it’s now relatively easy and inexpensive to move to the EU with your pet.
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Limassol continues to reach for the sky

Located on the southern coast of Cyprus, Limassol is a tale of two cities. Here dynamic modern structures stand harmoniously alongside remnants of its multicultural past, from the Venetians to the British Empire.
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Things to do during a Cypriot summer

How will you spend your first summer as a property owner in Cyprus? One thing’s for sure, you’ll want to be outdoors. The sun’s out, temperatures are soaring and the jacaranda is in bloom. Let’s take a look at some of the events that you could be enjoying this year from the comfort of your own property in Cyprus! 
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How to make a success of moving to Cyprus

Six months on from arriving here, these are my top tips for making a success of moving to Cyprus. Not, I hasten to add, that I have fully implemented all of these! If I had to sum it up though, this is the life for those who want to be a hands-on manager of their own lives. 
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Spring brings good news in Cyprus

These are exciting times for Cyprus. The island’s rejuvenation continues into the spring of 2018 with good news on the economic and homes fronts. Property news in Cyprus includes exciting new waterfront developments. One potential new arrival, however, is making the locals distinctly nervous!
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A Mediterranean spring in Cyprus

It’s easy to see why spring is a great time to take a viewing trip to Cyprus, and an even better time to live here once you’ve purchased your dream home: temperatures increase, nature awakens from its winter slumber and the island remains relatively sedate before the buzz of summer. Here’s a list of spring activities Cyprus style:
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What’s the latest in the Cypriot property market?

International buyers can’t seem to get enough of property in Cyprus right now. The latest data shows Paphos, Limassol and Famagusta are all experiencing increased interest from foreign investors, thanks to new projects, an improving economy and better flight links.
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Making a living in Cyprus – your questions answered

If you are planning a new life in Cyprus – or just idly wondering if it might be possible – an important consideration will be whether you can keep body and soul together. That applies as much to young families, the active retired or the “digital nomad”. So, in 2018, can you make a living in Cyprus?
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You guide to owning a car in Cyprus

You probably know that you’ll still be driving on the left-hand side of the road when you get to Cyprus – what a relief! But what about insurance, petrol, tax and actually owning a car in the first place?
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How to spend your spare time in Cyprus

When you start a new life in Cyprus you won’t want to give up are your hobbies, pastimes and active social life. Join us as we scour the island to unearth a club or organisation that will enhance your life there.
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