We’ve trawled the Internet for every story connected with property in Estonia so you don’t have to. By checking the news reports regularly and thinking through the consequences of each piece of news, you should be able to get a good idea as to how quickly or slowly property prices in the market are going to rise in the near future. The information in this section only tells half the story, however, as only a small proportion of Estonian property news is translated in English, which means that the locals are getting a lot more useful information than foreigners are. Investing in the wrong markets could make the difference between making tens of thousands and losing tens of thousands over the next few years. If you’re seriously considering investing in Estonia, then you should think of subscribing to our Premium Service so that you can get breaking news from the market at the same time the Estonians are hearing it. Click here now to get better informed.
Estonian economy could gain after slowdown pain
Date posted: 02.04.2008
Estonia's once booming economy is slowing faster than expected, but decisions can still be made by the government to ease the pain, Economy Minister Juhan Parts told Reuters in an interview.
Advice on Buying Estonia Property
Date posted: 13.03.2008
Buying property in Estonia is a relatively straightforward and safe procedure. The wheels of the bureaucratic machine move fairly efficiently, meaning that you could have title transferred in as little as four weeks.
Top 10 For Globalization
Date posted: 23.10.2007
Estonia has been ranked as the world’s tenth most globalized nation in the latest A.T. Kearney/Foreign Policy Globalization Index.
2007/8 Growth Cut
Date posted: 16.10.2007
Estonia's central bank cut its 2007-2008 economic growth forecast, but said the booming Baltic state would perform slightly better than expected in 2009.
Tallinn`s Property Hangover
Date posted: 13.10.2007
After rises of 10-15% per year for the past eight years, the market in Tallinn is predicted to stay flat or even fall this year.
Immoeast Sells Development Shares
Date posted: 01.09.2007
Austrian developer Immoeast announced last week that it has sold stakes in its Czech and Estonian real-estate property portfolio worth up to 1.5 billion Euro,
Prices Not Falling Says Analyst
Date posted: 17.08.2007
Real estate prices in Estonia are not falling as quickly as some forecasters have been suggesting according to an analyst at Newsec Eesti.
Ober-Haus Disputes `Bursting Bubble`
Date posted: 15.08.2007
The Marketing Manager of leading Baltic realtor, Ober-Haus, disputes a recent report from Danske Bank predicting the imminent collapse of property prices in the Baltic States.
Baltic Prices Have Peaked
Date posted: 08.08.2007
After three years of stellar growth in property prices, evidence shows that prices in Estonia and Latvia are now starting to fall, with Lithuanian prices static.
Buyers More Interested in Suburban Houses
Date posted: 11.07.2007
Across all three of the Baltic States, higher-income families are opting for suburban houses instead of apartment blocks.
Risks of Slump in Confidence
Date posted: 26.06.2007
Estonian economic growth could slow more than expected as banks tighten lending and borrowers become more cautious as they worry about the future.
Baltics Heading For Slowdown?
Date posted: 14.06.2007
Property prices in the three Baltic States have risen faster than anywhere else in Europe over the past few years. But now they are close to levels in Stockholm, Helsinki and Copenhagen.
Q1 GDP up 9.8%
Date posted: 11.06.2007
Estonia's gross domestic product grew 9.8% in the third quarter compared with the same period a year earlier, Statistics Estonia said Monday.
Inflation 5.7% for May
Date posted: 07.06.2007
Estonia May Annual CPI +5.7% Vs +5.5% In April
Real Estate Co. IPO
Date posted: 06.06.2007
The Arco Vara real estate group on June 4 launched an initial public offering in Estonia and Latvia.
Baltic States Are Booming
Date posted: 06.06.2007
Baltic states such as Latvia, Slovakia, Estonia and Romania are all enjoying property growth, claims a leading real estate company.
Estonia #1: GPG
Date posted: 31.05.2007
According to the Global Property Guide, Estonia saw the world's fastest growing property prices with an impressive 54% increase in 2006.
New Development in Parnu
Date posted: 28.05.2007
The latest David Stanley Redfern Ltd own-brand development has broken ground in the Estonian summer capital of Parnu.
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