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Welcome to our latest blog! Today we’re focusing on our recent trip to Larnaca in Cyprus.
Are you one of the unfortunate souls who prior to 2008 took out a Swiss Franc or interest-only mortgage to purchase your dream holiday home in Larnaca, Cyprus?
If you can resonate with the above, you are not alone.
There are countless others in your situation, still struggling to pay off their mortgages abroad on their foreign homes. You see, a lot of these types of mortgages were created pre-2008, while the market was still booming.
The banks thought this ‘moneygoround’ would never stop. Oh, how wrong they were!
Cyprus’s entry into the EU caused a lot of problems for Cypriot banks as they were overexposed to:
- Greek government debt.
- Local property companies.
- Overleveraged property ventures.
As Cyprus is such a small country, they were taken advantage of in every way possible leading to some pretty unethical banking practices, with many clients became burdened with these terribly designed mortgages. This meant that the Cypriot economy plummeted to levels that it STILL has not shown any significant recovery from.
At EU Property Solutions we have spent well over a decade now helping people like you pick up the pieces from the fallout of the 2008 crisis. As part of our fight against the big banks, we went over to Larnaca, Cyprus to take a look at some of the developments there.
During our time in Cyprus, we checked out developments such as:
- Golden Hills
- Pelagos Breeze
- Paramount Gardens
- Regal Gardens
You can see some pictures from our trip below.
If you have any unwanted property in these developments please get in touch! Thanks to our close relationships with many European banks, EU Property Solutions are well equipped to offer guidance and support to you during this difficult time. Just check out some of our client testimonials on our YouTube channel for some of our success stories.
For more information on our background and how we operate you can download our free e-book here. You can also check out our blog, which we frequently update with the latest news related to the EU property market.
This blog focuses on our recent trip to Paphos, Cyprus.
The year is 2021, well over 10 years since many of you reading this would have bought a holiday home in Cyprus.
Who would have thought that we would still be picking up the pieces from the 2008 recession? Who would have thought that we would be about to head into yet another global financial crisis in 2021?
(Thanks a bunch COVID-19!) So who in their right mind would have thought that such poor-quality loans designed to mislead the consumer could have had such long-lasting implications?
As part of our efforts to hold the banks accountable for their role in the 2008 foreign property crisis, we recently went on a trip to Paphos, Cyprus to take a look at some of the developments there.
During our visit, we paid a visit to:
- Aphrodite Hills
- Thalassa View Gardens
- Coral Bay
You can check out the photos from our trip below.
If you are having a hard time trying to sell your property or pay off your foreign mortgage at Aphrodite Hills or Thalassa View Gardens please get in touch.
Many ex-pats in your position have tried to hold the banks accountable for this disaster. However, they haven’t had much luck. Unfortunately, Cypriot courts don’t seem to have too much sympathy.
Luckily for you, EU Property Solutions has regular contact with banks across Europe and has built strong relationships over the years.
This means that we are in a strong position to assist you in resolving these issues. Believe it or not, those working at the banks are people too. In many cases, they are happy to listen to reason.
We have helped hundreds of people in your position, you can take a look at our YouTube channel to hear testimonials from many of our satisfied clients.
For more information on our background and how we operate, you can download our free e-book here. You can also check out our blog, which we frequently update with the latest news related to the EU property market.
Together we can hold the big banks accountable.