As recently reported on this blog, one of the up and coming areas of Tallinn is the area surrounding the train station, merging into the Kalamaja and Pelgulinn neighbourhoods.
Our faith in this seems to be bearing fruit; according to a recent report by Ott Tammik on the Estonian Public Broadcasting (ERR) English language site,
Continue reading Redevelopment Of Train Station Area In Tallinn, Estonia Up For Tender
Here at Tallinn Property we make it our mission to ensure you understand the Estonian property market fully, regardless of whether you speak any Estonian or not!
It has been brought to our attention that there may be some confusion about what is meant by ‘offers‘ in the real estate context here.
The word ‘offer’
Continue reading When Is An Offer Not An Offer? – Understanding Estonian Real Estate Jargon
According to a report by Ott Tammik on the English language site of the Estonian Public Broadcasters (ERR) the building which houses the Estonian Finance Ministry is to be demolished and two new, identical towers are to be built in its stead.
The current building at Suur-Ameerika 1, which was constructed back in 1977 when Estonia
Continue reading Estonian Finance Ministry Building In Tallinn To Be Demolished, Rebuilt
Demand for good quality (A class plus) in Tallinn is currently outstripping supply, according to a report on the Estonian Press Digest from News2Biz.
Whilst the period from late 2010 well into 2011 saw an upsurge in construction, including office space, rising construction costs have since dampened down this phenomenon, the report stated.
Continue reading Demand For Office Space Outstripping Supply In Tallinn, Estonia
We haven’t forgotten about our promise to launch the new Guide “”Why You Should Be Investing In Tallinn Real Estate – Your Essential Guide to the Tallinn Property Market”: Available Soon!”.
Our team are putting the finishing touches to the publication and it will be out very soon so watch this space!.
Goodson & Red
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Following yesterday’s post revealing the minimal increase in apartment prices in Estonia over the past 12 months, another post on Tõnu Toompark’s Adaur blog has stated that, in contrast, construction volume has seen a 28 per cent rise y-o-y to Q1 2012.
This figure is derived from the construction volume index compiled from the Estonian
Continue reading Statistics: Construction Volume Index In Estonia Grows 28 Per Cent Y-o-Y