Limassol Property Sales are an established real estate agents handling a high-end portfolio of affordable, quality built properties, comprising:
We are in constant touch with local market conditions… providing home buyers, sellers and owners with upto-the minute information needed to make that crucial decision over when to buy, sell or let their property.
The Cyprus real estate market tends to be traditionally divided between the major urban areas of Limassol, Larnaca and Nicosia.
We know who our customers are and their different needs… whether you are a first-time buyer looking for an affordable property to raise your family or an overseas buyer looking for a retirement home in the sun.
We prepare a two-three-day viewing tour to show you the right property… our experienced and knowledgeable team specialise in providing clear advice and guidance to those looking to purchase a property as a long term safe investment, often but not exclusively, for family members.
We will propose an independent lawyer to consult with you over all the required documents… including your permit to buy, the contract of purchase and the deposit amount required.
We are with you every step of the way… from first enquiry to handing over the keys.
The long term benefits of investing in property in and around Limassol are today very favourable and transactions are on the rise. Previous issues that could have prevented gaining access to title deeds have been resolved following the regulatory reforms of the ‘Trapped Buyers Law 2015”, which provides greater transparency.
Consequently, the Cyprus’ housing market is currently enjoying a significant boom period, which is expected to continue.
Cyprus has a long history as a popular destination for property purchase, offering buyers near all-year around sunshine and stunning beaches, certificated to Blue flag standards of water quality, facilities and environment.
With its airport providing direct, year-round flights to the UK, the most popular area for British buyers has traditionally been Paphos in the south-west, and the surrounding villages.
However, Limassol is the second largest city in Cyprus, after the capital, Nicosia, and easily reached within 20 minutes from any point across the island.
Since the opening of the 650-berth Limassol Marina in 2014, adjacent to the old port, the entire region has enjoyed the benefit of renewed interest from international property buyers. Recent favourable property prices have also attracted investment and an uptick in transactions from buyers who recognise the future is increasingly focused in Limassol, going forward.