Here at Tallinn Property we like to focus on residential real estate, but it’s worth taking time out on occasion to examine how other areas of the real estate market are faring.
Real estate analysts Colliers international’s monthly survey, when taking 2011 as a whole, has shown that whilst at the beginning of 2011, no
Continue reading Colliers International: Demand For Commercial Space To Increase
At a recent round table meeting of the EKFL (Eesti Kinnisvarafirmade Liidu), an association of Estonian real estate agents, construction companies, developers and other related interests, on 26 October, the question of issues related to tax relief for rental income was raised. The meeting found that, in order to increase transparency and competition in the
Continue reading Individuals In The Rental Market Need Tax Exempt Status
Compared with the first quarter of 2010, the number of commerical real estate deals in Estonia has fallen by 18 per cent. However, their size and value has actually increased.
The monthly average transaction value has risen by 48 per cent, from 39 300 Euros to 58 100 Euros, according to a survey carried out
Continue reading Colliers: 2011 Best Year For Estonian Commercial Real Estate
Just finished polishing our fresh report of housing and rental market in Tallinn.
Using partially the words from the preface of our review – participants in the economy have largely been communicating positive messages and making promising forecasts through the whole summer period. This obviously applies also to property markets. It seems likely that the market decline has
Continue reading Tallinn Property Market Report Q3 2010