You may live in a great location, and may have endless space or stunning traditional features, but a bad first impression could nevertheless damage your chances of selling your property in Malta. Here’s how to…Read More
I was recently watching a Gordon Ramsey restaurant makeover wherein Ramsey’s decorative streak introduced a series of different sized aquariums inside a fish restaurant ranging from wall-hanging water bowls to a full-sized box at the…Read More
In a tiny island where land is limited, where buildings keep encroaching on us and where the sea is the largest expanse of open space surrounding us, seeking to purchase property which comes with a…Read More
Fabric is an intrinsic part of our living spaces even though we often don’t really notice its presence. Fabric will also make a great impact on the impression you may give to potential buyers of…Read More
Malta and Gozo boast a considerable number of older Maltese properties which find themselves consistently on the Malta real estate market and top the popularity lists of such. There are several benefits in buying property…Read More
Walking down a street in any village or town centre in Malta and Gozo, usually offers the sight of several older townhouses belonging to the pre-war or post-war era, sitting neatly in a row. Whichever period they originated from, they are usually characterised by a series of features which render them typical of these Mediterranean islands.
Once you become tempted to purchase a townhouse in Malta of your own, in whichever part of the islands you fancy, do keep in mind that certain aspects of the townhouse are particularly appreciated and would make your investment that much more special.Read More