6 Homes for Sale in Austria

Klopeiner see,  Carinthia
(€) 60000,  Vatla,  Burgenland
(€) 225000,  Portschach,  Carinthia
Rolling hills in Austria
Choosing where to buy a property is critical, particularly if you plan to spend time in it yourself. Austria is famous for its winter sports but warm summers make it a popular holiday destination in the warmer months, and cultural events happen year-round. So where should you choose? Read our guide to find out more.
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Being prepared is half the battle, and that's even more true when dealing with the red tape of a foreign bureaucracy. The following guide describes the different sets of documents required for each stage of the process of buying a property in Austria and applying for an Austrian mortgage. Read on to find out more.
Old blue farm door
While the overall transaction costs of buying and selling a property in Austria are relatively low, as they are mostly paid by the buyer it's important to make sure you understand what you'll be liable for. As well as detailing fixed costs, like the property transfer tax, this article will walk you through the other costs associated with buying or selling a property in Austria.
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Applying for a mortgage can be daunting, even if you're a native and fluent in the local language. By providing this walk-through guide to Austrian mortgages, including the costs and the application process, we hope to demystify the process and make financing your new property in Austria that much simpler.
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Understanding the Austrian property tax system is essential if you want to create a profitable investment in the country. Taxes in Austria are moderate but as they're due at each stage of the property cycle, it's important to fully understand the system before buying a property. Read on to find out more.