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[London United Kingdom] Nov, 01 2005: A new Web site, Bulgarian Property Advice, has only one vital question to ask: Why not be a part of it?

Being an owner of an exciting and affordable hot-spot in Bulgaria, that is! And with Bulgarian properties that are in line with any budget, no matter who you are, you’d be hard-pressed not to want to be a part of this offer.

While European destinations like France, Spain or even Portugal are exciting and extravagant, you’ll find yourself waning at the prices of properties in these countries, and oohing and ahhing at the Bulgarian equivalent!

At Bulgarian Property Advice, you’ll be able to learn all the details and ins and outs of buying property in Bulgaria, from legal advice to mortgages to taxes. While Bulgaria Property Advice acknowledges that it was difficult to buy and sell property when Bulgaria was a corrupt, communist nation, Bulgarian Property exuberantly explains that this is not the case any longer.

After more than 20 years later, Bulgaria’s market economy is flourishing, and it couldn’t be a better time to buy. And information on cheap Bulgarian houses and other property are only a click away at www.bulgarian-property-advice.com.

Bulgaria Property Advice allows interested users to peruse the site free of charge—you won’t pay for any advice here. In fact, Bulgarian Property Advice offers some of the most comprehensive advice on real estate in Bulgaria, and its founder is keen on anything Bulgaria-property-related.

Bulgaria offers a cheap alternative to other European countries, and owning property there is a great way to maximize your returns. For information about doing so, be sure to check out the site’s “Why Choose Bulgaria?” section of the page, where information focuses on what makes Bulgaria such a unique and convenient stop between Europe and Asia.

Also, don’t be shy about heading on over to the “City Centre Regions” where you’ll find info on what types of properties to buy, which ones to steer clear of as well as the expected yield for a property in Bulgaria’s city centre location. Then, head on over to the “Village Regions” where you’ll learn that the old saying “location, location, location” is truly wonderful advice. The site also offers more insider information about how to deal (or not deal for that matter) with Bulgarian real estate agents.

Then, pop on over to the “Visas” section of the site where Bulgarian Property Advice discusses the ins and outs of, well, getting in and out of Bulgaria! And while houses in Bulgaria strike a particular fancy with those from Great Britain, the Web site has plentiful advice for those traveling and purchasing abroad. From there, it’s a logical step to “Taxes” and “Bulgarian Currency,” both of which are critical spots that interested users should peruse. And you won’t need any other site—Bulgarian Property Advice has all the advice you’ll need!

The site www.bulgarian-property-advice.com makes note to mention that Bulgarian Currency is compared to the Euro—especially since Bulgaria has said it will join the European Union officially in 2007—so interested British parties will find that cheap Bulgarian property is even more of a bargain that they originally thought!

Currently, however, the site warns that the mortgage and lending system in Bulgaria is still somewhat in its infancy, and that there are only about three lenders that loan money to U.K. nationals. However, Bulgarian Property Advice makes it so convenient to contact Bulgarian lenders that you wouldn’t even notice! There on the Web site are electronic forms that any user can fill out, and be on his or her way to a loan for a cheap and affordable Bulgarian property.

And don’t forget to stop by the “Legal Advice” section, which may be one of the most important places to peruse on the site. The section offers a plethora of information on the dos and don’ts of buying property in Bulgaria, offering warnings and tips to all interested users.

Then, to keep up on matters, the site offers a newsletter for those that sign up, free of charge! The founder puts the newsletter together, which includes information on legal issues, the best places to buy in Bulgaria, information on the buy to let market, among many other pressing issues,

Bulgaria has a lot to offer, so why not grab the “Bull” by the horns?

For additional information on Bulgarian Property Advice, contact Surrinder Ahitan or visit the web at www.bulgarian-property-advice.com.

About Bulgarian Property Advice:

As Bulgarian Property Advice’s founder, Surrinder Ahitan has been involved in the world of real estate since graduating from Staffordshire University with a degree in property investment and management. He was a member of the Royal institution of Chartered Surveyors and has experience in the private and public sectors of property markets in the United Kingdom. He started the Bulgarian Property Advice Web site after he encountered numerous problems with agents while trying to purchase property in Bulgaria, and found himself having to research the facts on his own. Which is why, of course, he established Bulgarian Property Advice, and welcomes users from everywhere to visit the Web site and profit from his research.



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