From January 1st, citizens from Great Britain can no longer acquire land (including agricultural land and forests) in Bulgaria except by inheritance. The reason for the ban is that they have the status of third-country nationals for the European Union as a result of Brexit. The ban does not affect past cases, as well as the purchase of other real estate (apartments, houses, etc.).
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The epidemic situation made many people think of their rural properties, and some even chose to relocate and work from there. The question is will this trend continue after the coronavirus crisis is over? Thousands of people have returned to their village homes hoping to protect themselves from the coronavirus. These are mainly the elderly, who fall into the most at-risk group, as well as people with freelance professions who have houses in the countryside.
Close your eyes and imagine birds chirping, flowers blooming, peace and quiet all around you while you drink your morning coffee without having to worry about being at least 2 meters away from someone. Well, that is the reality of those who have houses in the county side in this time of social isolation because of the coronavirus epidemic.
Today I will talk, about few elements of furniture in traditional Bulgarian home. Basically, will pay attention to the kitchen.
How to furniture the kitchen in the spirit of traditional Bulgarian home? There are so many traditional houses in Veliko Tarnovo and surrounding villages. You may choose one and start creating.
In case, you decide to make this great experiment and furniture your new home in old Bulgarian style, I will give you some advice. Let us feel the spirit of old Bulgarian people and especially of the gorgeous Bulgarian housewife.
More good news for Bulgaria and again a demonstration that Bulgarian real estate is a very worthwhile investment to base your small to medium enterprise (SME) in Bulgaria.
Bulgaria is now ranking in 2nd place within the European Union in relation to the “debt-to-GDP ratio”, which is a recognised economic indicator of the health of a country’s economy, according to data supplied by Eurostat. In the third quarter of 2012 the correlation between debt and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was 18,7%.