• Low Cost Decoration Tips for your House

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    Don’t we all just love a good bargain? Sure we do. There are those who thrive on bargains and have the knack of making do with shoestring resources. But the really skilled few of us can actually make do with half a shoestring and still get on perfectly well. When the low cost technique is adopted for decorating house, one really needs to be an expert. Here is how to do it…

  • Purchasing a rental investment in Malta

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    Rental investments in Malta have been on an upward trend for a number of years. Statistics show a 15% – 20% Year-on-Year growth over the last three consecutive years. The truth is that supply is not keeping up with the major demand from an influx of expatriates moving to Malta due to company expansion and the relocation of new foreign companies. It is projected that this increase in demand will continue to organically grow whilst the BREXIT aftermath and initiatives laid down by the Government will pay huge dividends to the Maltese Economy.

  • Maltese RE/MAX Agents Head to #reucon17 in Lisbon

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    As a company, RE/MAX believes in motivating its estate agents and staff at every opportunity. With that in mind, a number of events take place every year that RE/MAX affiliates may choose to attend – often in fabulous locations as far away as Australia, Asia and the United States. However, there’s also one closer to home – the European convention, and this year it took place in Lisbon, Portugal.

  • Buying or selling a property in Malta? These are the benefits of the Budget 2017

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    The Maltese Government continues to incentivise the local real estate market in an attempt to make the market more reachable for the various property segments in Malta. At RE/MAX Malta, we’ve been keeping a close eye on things. Read on to discover which incentives and new additions could affect you.

  • Seafront apartments in Malta

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    It is the unspoken thing on an island such as Malta, that it would be superbly idyllic to live by the sea. There was a time before WWII when the well-to-do and nouveau riche would make it their purpose in life to buy a house on a seafront and enjoy it as a family retreat all summer. Such was the case of the wealthy families of The Three Cities who could afford to invest in a second home where only the British lived. So many of the lovely two storey houses which once lined the Sliema promenade were just such properties, owned by Maltese families who lived elsewhere for most of the year.

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