Every twentieth property in Hungary is bought by a foreigner, according to the Central Statistics Office.
When it come to buying Hungarian properties the most popular regions are Central Hungary (Budapest & Suburbs) and the West Country (Lake Balaton and West Transdanubia). Not far behind is however, and getting more and more popular the Eastern region of Lake Tisza.
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My story about parachute jumping with the world champion of 2016
It has been quite a while since the idea of parachute jumping has been tickling the back of my brain so a few years ago I put it on my bucket list.
It was on my bucket list but somewhere at the very bottom to be honest since my step son jumped a couple of years ago in Miami and told me that he was terrified and would never do it again.
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What’s the connection between 15th of March and Hungary?
The 15th of March is one of the most memorable and celebrated date in the history of Hungarians. The date’s significance actually goes back to the year 1848.
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Is it cheaper to live in Hungary than in the UK? And if yes, what are the facts?
In case you’re wondering, the answer is definitely yes. How much you can save of course will depend on your income but ultimately life in Hungary is cheaper than in the UK or in most of the other EU countries.
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Heroes’ Square in Budapest is one of the most famous landmark
The Heroes’ Square is probably the most famous square of Budapest and at the same time of Hungary. It is part of the World’s Heritage sites.
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Budapest is the capital, and the largest city of Hungary. The population is around 1.7 million and the area of the city is 202 square miles (525 square kilometers).
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Is Buy to let in Budapest a good business?
Due to ever increasing tourism there is a shortage in available apartments for rent in Budapest. According to a recent survey there is three times as much demand for rental properties in the capital city of Hungary as the supply.
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