As summer comes to an anticlimactic, grey and drizzly finish in the UK, there’s still a beacon of good news on the horizon. We’re coming up to one of the peak buying seasons in Cyprus – so many of us will finally be realising our dreams of starting a new life overseas. If you’re buying a home in Cyprus in autumn this year, it’s crucial to be up-to-date on the situation on the ground. It can be difficult to make sense of everything from collating different media sources, which is why we’ve put together this list. Keep reading for your round-up of the top ten things
Renting out your property in Cyprus can be a good way to get money out of your holiday home while you’re not there. However, there are strict rules around renting, so you need to know them to be on the right side of the law.
If you want to move permanently to Cyprus, the Brexit door will be closing in little over 200 days. Although much remains unclear about our future relationship, who would want to risk missing out on the island’s amazing weather, landscape and lifestyle? To protect your right to work, to an upgraded pension each year and subsidised healthcare, you should obtain residency in Cyprus before next March. Here is how.
Sun, sea, sand, appealing cities, a diverse landscape and low-cost flights: it’s no wonder Cyprus has been growing in popularity. In 2017 alone a record-breaking 3.6 million tourists visited the island; an impressive number that the Cypriot government fully expects to surpass by the end of this year. But it’s not just visitor numbers that have been increasing over here, so have property prices.
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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