5 Homes for Sale in Czech Republic

(€) 63500,  Jivova Czech Republic,  Olomouc
(€) 449000,  Dubcany,  Central Bohemia
(€) 215000,  Czech republic - Krkonose,  Liberec
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There are several reasons why individuals should appoint an agent for a prospective property transaction. The primary reason is access. Real estate agents have easy access to most properties that are ‘for sale’, and therefore, they can recommend several alternatives that can accommodate and satisfy their clients’ needs and criteria.
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The finalization of real estate transactions can be a lengthy and tedious task, especially in cases where the buyer is uninformed of the respective national legislature. Therefore, the following lines effectively describe in a brief, yet punctual way, the documents and contracts needed when buying a property in the Czech Republic.
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One of the most important issues when dealing with real estates is the subsequent taxes that the buyer or seller is obliged to pay to the state. Therefore, the following lines will analytically and accurately describe the taxes imposed on real estates in Czech Republic under the newest tax administration system.
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The British and the Czechs differ in cultural and social aspects. The first contact is usually purely for an introduction. Through some tips, we want to show you how to do business in the Czech Republic.
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It is extremely important to know beforehand that the actual purchase price of a real estate is only part of the final cost. In fact this final cost can be ultimately raised up to 6 – 8 % of the property’s value once additional fees relevant to legal and registration costs or the real estate’s agent commission are to be considered. Therefore, this article effectively provides an overview of the total costs that a prospective buyer or seller needs to spend in order to finalise his/her investment.
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