After months of anticipation, Estonia is now fully covered by Google Streetview, as available in Google Maps and Google Earth. The famous streetview cars with their nine-lens cameras have been doing the rounds since they arrived last year, and as with anywhere else that is covered, you can now find almost any property location you
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According to a report on the Baltic Business News, the Estonian economy saw a growth of 3.9 per cent in Q1 of 2012, with particular emphasis on construction and also retail and wholesale trade.
Citing figures from the Estonian Statistics Office, these two sectors accounted for more than half of the total growth during Q1.
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More hopeful signs of recovery come from a report on the Baltic Business News website, citing figures from Statistics Estonia, which stated that the amount of overseas visitors to Estonia was up by 11 per cent in Q1 2012.
A total of 488 000 tourists visited the country in Q1, of which 288 000 were
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According to Tõnu Toompark’s Estonian property Adaur blog, morgage rates in Estonia have fallen to a level of 3.15 per cent at the end of the first quarter of 2012. The only other time when such a low level of domestic rates was reached was back in 2005, writes Tõnu
And whilst interest rate margins
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According to Tõnu Toompark’s Estonian property Adaur blog, it comes as no surprise that figures from the statistics office in Estonia show that the greatest part of non-residential permits to build originate in Harju county, the most populous county in Estonia, which includes the capital city Tallinn. Throughout the course of 2011, 720 applications for
Continue reading Statistics: 28 per cent of New Non-residential Space in Estonia is Located in Tallinn and Harjumaa