The Money Trail was to receive €2 coins for the fundraising initiative to raise money for the Archangel Michael Hospice at the harbour area of Paphos, on the 25th September.
The challenge involved people laying down a trail of €2 coins for a far as we could go. There were a few “spot prizes” along the red ribbon for lucky winners to get, all prizes were donated by local businesses, anything from an ice-cream to a meal for two.
You will enjoy this elegant home with immense appeal and versatility. Designed with clear focus on the demands of the Cyprus climate, the villa offers a sleek, cool interior that flows seamlessly outwards to the relaxed garden setting full of charm and colour.
The villa is almost hidden behind the colourful shrubs and trees spanning the extra generous frontage, assuring you of utmost privacy. Here you enter into a secluded world that is full of colour and tranquillity, a ‘heavenly’ Mediterranean garden enriched by shady retreats, relaxing alcoves and a picture perfect panoramic vista to the sea.
The Cyprus government has revised the citizenship-by-investment scheme in order to attract more non- EU entrepreneurs and investors to engage them in the Cyprus economy. The key issue is to ensure that the investors have Cyprus as their prime residence as well as their main economic interests and activity being on the island also.
Property sales have increased by 26% across Cyprus in July 2016 in comparison to sales figures in the same period in 2015.
Department of Land and Surveys has released the final property sales figures for July 2016 which show a healthy growth in sales with total of 625 contract recorded (this included sale of commercial and residential properties and building plots and fields). Of those, more than half (69%) were deposited by the domestic (Cypriot) buyers, whilst 31% (191) were deposited by overseas purchasers (non-Cypriots purchasers).
Picture a typical traditional Cypriot village with narrow streets and tightly packed white-washed ancient cottages lining the main street. Midway through the village you have a corner tavern and the municipal offices across the road, whilst at the very top of the village, the best mini-market in the whole of Paphos. Here you will find freshly picked organic fruit and vegetables, preserves, free-range eggs, noodles and much, much more.
It is important to say that selling property in Cyprus is safe. The process is very straight forward but inevitably, ‘things are a bit different in Cyprus’ and best left to the experts. The transfer procedure takes you through various departments that to the uninitiated may seem difficult, inefficient and confusing.