Budapest buying Tips & Guides

Why Budapest

In 2017, The Guardian listed Budapest in the top 10 fastest growing property markets in the world. Today, the city continues a now 5-year streak as a rising real estate investment favorite, with the Telegraph recently crowning it Europe’s top place to invest in property.
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A guide to fees and taxes on Budapest real estate investments

Buying property in Hungary is a fairly standard process. In such cases, the profit is in the details. Investors can make the most sound financial decision by diving deep beyond Budapest real estate prices, and into the nitty gritty of expected fees and tax rates for different entities.
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Purchase process

Would you buy a car without driving it first? Or drop a pin on a map and book a trip to wherever it lands, no questions asked?
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District XIII.

Downtown Residential

Few urban areas can be said to have it all: ample green space, bike lanes, affordable housing, an active and international community, classic nightlife, a blooming gastro scene... all located downtown.

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District IX.

Young Energy

The Ninth District’s Ferencváros brings bang for your buck -- it’s close to the Downtown, well-priced and has its own unique culture. The Corvinus and Semmelweis universities, a handful of alternative music venues and bars, as well as concerted efforts to rehabilitate urban blocks has created a youthful environment stretching from the historic Grand Central Market to the riverside Nehru Park.

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District VII.

Lively Bohemian

Over the past decade, the VII. District’s Jewish Quarter has evolved from a bohemian mess of streets to a pulsing, contemporary hotspot filled with new-wave coffee shops, boutique cocktail bars and restaurants, music venues and design stores. The ruin-pubs and Jewish culture that popularized the District are now couched between new neighbors incorporating Western European trends.

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