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Getting Started


 
Within this section of the website you’ll find information that will help to get started. Find out
why buying a Cyprus property is a good idea. Learn tips on how to plan, what actions to
take and how to take them. In addition to reading the articles in this area please make sure to
visit all the other property journey steps including: Cyprus financials, Cyprus properties,
Cyprus legalities, moving to Cyprus and settling in to Cyprus. Each section has
valuable information and it’s a good idea to get an overview even if you’re not planning on a
purchase anytime soon. 

2016 sees burst of property buying in Cyprus

  The property market has gone a bit mad in Cyprus, with huge increases in property transactions including a 50 percent rise in sales to foreign buyers.    The Department of Land and Surveys in Cyprus has announced a 46 percent on-the-year increase in property transactions in November in 2016. Paphos and Limassol  More...


Christmas with a Mediterranean twist

  Your first Christmas in Cyprus will feel a little different. Sunny, for a start! But there is plenty of Christmas cheer and for the British community it is a chance to enjoy a few home-grown traditions as well as some new ones – such as a Christmas swim in the sea.    I have enjoyed every one of my  More...


You won’t miss a thing on TV if you move to Cyprus

  If you like nothing better than catching up on Strictly or The X-Factor, you won’t be disappointed in Cyprus.   If you didn’t know there was a day to celebrate TV, now you do – on 21st  November it’s the United Nation’s World Television Day. With international broadcasting’s  More...


Political parties in Cyprus

  If they haven’t been postponed – parliament will make a decision about this before November 4 – there will be local elections taking place in Cyprus in December. If you’re following the campaigning process, you will have noticed the names of various political parties being mentioned in the media. If DISY, AKEL, DIKO and EDEK  More...


The endless sunshine of the Mediterranean isle

Cyprus is heading into the winter with high hopes of a deluge to bring water resources back. No rain will mean the desalinators have to start pumping and prices will rise   The months of January, February and March are traditionally the rainiest in Cyprus, but for the last three or four years there has been little rain. What this means for the  More...