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Here you find the latest property for sale in Bulgaria, including houses for sale, apartments for sale and Off-plan development in Bulgaria. We also provide the best deals for Agricultural land, Plots / Lands and Commercial deals. Our site, is designed to inspire anyone to live a more beautiful and happy life at home.

Buying a property in Bulgaria

General information Since 01.01.2012 all EU and EEA citizens are allowed to buy land in Bulgaria, for instance, houses with gardens, all plots that are within the zoning of the settlements, apartments coming with ideal parts of the land, offices and other commercial properties. All Non-EU or EEA citizens can only own land by registering a company in Bulgaria, which then acquires legal ownership of the land.

Choose your investing aim

1) Check our offers
2) Make your enquiry – outline your preferences and get all your questions answered
3) Arrange your visit in Bulgaria and co- ordinate the right time with us . We will organize for you 1 – 3 days viewing trips to see the properties at first sight
4 ) Take your decision.

Our legal assistance during the whole process to become an owner of a Bulgarian property

1) Making a preliminary contract ( reservation deposit which takes the property out of the market for 30 days – 10% - 20% of the price )
2) Register a company if neccessary (for non EU citizens) – preparing the documents for establishment of limited company , if you would like to buy a house with a land . It is not necessary to set up a company in case of purchase of apartment . 
3) Checking on : 
- Title documents
- Licenses and permissions 
- Debts on title
- Terms of contract 
- Preparing all the documents needed for drawing up by notary :
- original notary deed 
- blueprint of the property 
Tax estimation value 
- Debts on title 
- receipts for paid electricity and water bills 
4) Sign the notary deed (same as Title Deed in the UK) by the local notary public in the presence of the buyer and the seller and full payment of the property. The notary public certifies the deed and registers it with the Registry Agency.