Homes Overseas Announces New Buying Property Guide for Cyprus

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Homes Overseas, the leading overseas property experts, have added a detailed article on Buying Property in Cyprus to their existent article archive.

Homes Overseas, the leading overseas property experts, have recently added an in depth article on Buying Property in Cyprus to their series of informational write-ups. Like other articles, the latest one about Cyprus is an extensive elaboration of the property market scenario in the region. The full article can be viewed at: http://www.homesoverseas.co.uk/articles/buying-property-in-cyprus/14769

The article begins with an overview of the property market in Cyprus along with an analysis of the property investment opportunities in the region, especially for Britons. Aspects like property prices, resale clauses, adoption of the Euro, infrastructural advancements, scenic surroundings, standard of living, financial implications of purchasing a property, tax nuances and more have been included in the article.

The next section of the article emphasises upon buying property in key areas of Cyprus. The first section highlights the suitability of Famagusta District for property buying purposes. Similar write-ups on Ayia Napa, Larnaca, Limassol, Paphos, Latchi and Polis follow in a sequential manner. While the article presents a quick elaboration on the stated regions, it also includes links to various other articles, specifically detailing information about buying property with respect to the sub regions covered in the article.

About Homes Overseas
Homes Overseas is the world's leading international property magazine since 1965, providing advice and information for people buying property overseas as an investment or a holiday home. Homes Overseas magazine is published monthly and is available on subscription and from leading newsagents. For more information on buying property in Cyprus, visit http://www.homesoverseas.co.uk/articles/buying-property-in-cyprus/14769

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