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September 27, 2020

It seems that many in the financial industry are starting to push the notion that somehow the pending global real estate correction will be limited in scope. In my opinion, this is a dangerous fallacy. Misguided governmental response to Covid-19 has brought the global economy to its knees and countries everywhere are facing negative growth. In turn, this has created a liquidity issue for the general public. We are on the path of a downward spiral for the foreseeable future….

April 10, 2020

Arguably, COVID-19 will be a world-wide tipping point for the ushering in of a more restrictive global system, flying in the face of unabated free trade that is predicated on the mobility of goods, services and labour. How this plays out is anyone’s guess. What is certain is that citizenship by investment programmes will become critical in terms of providing mobility choices to those that are able to meet regulatory thresholds. Read More.

September 12, 2016

One of the most popular enquiries after Brexit is how expats and people who own property in Bulgaria will be affected. There are approximately 1.3 million UK citizens living in Europe many of which chose Bulgaria for their second home or just bought a holiday home in Bulgarian resorts on the Black Sea. Around 7000 UK citizens reside permanently in Bulgaria as of March 2016, according to UK embassy data. In Bulgaria, non-EU citizens are allowed to buy built property…

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September 27, 2020

It seems that many in the financial industry are starting to push the notion that somehow the pending global real estate correction will be limited in scope. In my opinion, this is a dangerous fallacy. Misguided governmental response to Covid-19 has brought the global economy to its knees and countries everywhere are facing negative growth. In turn, this has created a liquidity issue for the general public. We are on the path of a downward spiral for the foreseeable future….

April 10, 2020

Arguably, COVID-19 will be a world-wide tipping point for the ushering in of a more restrictive global system, flying in the face of unabated free trade that is predicated on the mobility of goods, services and labour. How this plays out is anyone’s guess. What is certain is that citizenship by investment programmes will become critical in terms of providing mobility choices to those that are able to meet regulatory thresholds. Read More.

September 12, 2016

One of the most popular enquiries after Brexit is how expats and people who own property in Bulgaria will be affected. There are approximately 1.3 million UK citizens living in Europe many of which chose Bulgaria for their second home or just bought a holiday home in Bulgarian resorts on the Black Sea. Around 7000 UK citizens reside permanently in Bulgaria as of March 2016, according to UK embassy data. In Bulgaria, non-EU citizens are allowed to buy built property…

99
September 27, 2020

It seems that many in the financial industry are starting to push the notion that somehow the pending global real estate correction will be limited in scope. In my opinion, this is a dangerous fallacy. Misguided governmental response to Covid-19 has brought the global economy to its knees and countries everywhere are facing negative growth. In turn, this has created a liquidity issue for the general public. We are on the path of a downward spiral for the foreseeable future….

April 10, 2020

Arguably, COVID-19 will be a world-wide tipping point for the ushering in of a more restrictive global system, flying in the face of unabated free trade that is predicated on the mobility of goods, services and labour. How this plays out is anyone’s guess. What is certain is that citizenship by investment programmes will become critical in terms of providing mobility choices to those that are able to meet regulatory thresholds. Read More.

September 12, 2016

One of the most popular enquiries after Brexit is how expats and people who own property in Bulgaria will be affected. There are approximately 1.3 million UK citizens living in Europe many of which chose Bulgaria for their second home or just bought a holiday home in Bulgarian resorts on the Black Sea. Around 7000 UK citizens reside permanently in Bulgaria as of March 2016, according to UK embassy data. In Bulgaria, non-EU citizens are allowed to buy built property…

99
September 27, 2020

It seems that many in the financial industry are starting to push the notion that somehow the pending global real estate correction will be limited in scope. In my opinion, this is a dangerous fallacy. Misguided governmental response to Covid-19 has brought the global economy to its knees and countries everywhere are facing negative growth. In turn, this has created a liquidity issue for the general public. We are on the path of a downward spiral for the foreseeable future….

April 10, 2020

Arguably, COVID-19 will be a world-wide tipping point for the ushering in of a more restrictive global system, flying in the face of unabated free trade that is predicated on the mobility of goods, services and labour. How this plays out is anyone’s guess. What is certain is that citizenship by investment programmes will become critical in terms of providing mobility choices to those that are able to meet regulatory thresholds. Read More.

September 12, 2016

One of the most popular enquiries after Brexit is how expats and people who own property in Bulgaria will be affected. There are approximately 1.3 million UK citizens living in Europe many of which chose Bulgaria for their second home or just bought a holiday home in Bulgarian resorts on the Black Sea. Around 7000 UK citizens reside permanently in Bulgaria as of March 2016, according to UK embassy data. In Bulgaria, non-EU citizens are allowed to buy built property…