123 Homes for Sale in Bulgaria

(€) 110.000,  Primorsko Burgas,  Burgas
(€) 98.000,  PRIMORSKO BURGAS,  Burgas
(€) 98.000,  PRIMORSKO BURGAS,  Burgas
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There are a number of different taxes and fees that every foreigner looking to buy a property in Bulgaria should have in mind. They include the real estate agent and lawyer fees, notary fees and significant local taxes. Don’t forget that you are probably going to need the help of a legal translator as well.
Finding a real estate agent in Bulgaria can be hard and long process but it is worth trying because the good broker can save you a lot of time, money and efforts. There are a few things that you should discuss before signing a contract for representation with a real estate agent and it is always better to meet with at least 4-5 brokers before choosing the right for you.
There are numerous documents that should be prepared for a real estate deal in Bulgaria. Those documents can be divided in a few groups: identifying the buyer, identifying the property, identifying the seller and identifying the future deal. Every party has to present the documents needed to the notary at the day of the purchase.
There are a few important tips that you need to take in mind when buying a property in Bulgaria. It is best if the buyer takes the time to go through the websites offering real estate deals in the country and mark a few properties. This will make the process later a lot easier.
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There are certain documents that are a must-read if you wish to or are in the process of buying property in Bulgaria. Check the Land Registry, Municipality Sketch, planning permissions, latest town plan, property survey, paid-up receipt for the previous owner’s annual property tax an other documents you will find in this post
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