Czech Point: Keys to Lucrative Property Investment: How to Buy, Manage and Sell Rental Real Estate in Czech Republic by Nathan Brown

Czech Point: Keys to Lucrative Property Investment: How to Buy, Manage and Sell Rental Real Estate in Czech Republic

By Nathan Brown

  • Release Date: 2013-07-29
  • Genre: Industries & Professions
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“Thorough and easily understandable regarding investing in residential property in Czech Republic. Having been involved in Czech real estate for more than ten years, I believe that all investors and would-be investors can benefit from this reference material.” – Brent Watkins, Director, Real Estate Advisory at Deloitte Czech Republic.

“This is the first book of its kind that I have come across, having worked in the Czech Republic real estate sector for some 16 years. Nathan has provided a road map for navigating the unique challenges of Czech residential real estate investment.” – Omar Sattar, Managing Director, Colliers International Czech Republic.

Buying an investment property in another country, and especially a country with a different language, can be an intimidating proposition. But it doesn't have to be. Just ask author Nathan Brown, who has not only bought property in Czech Republic for himself, but has also, since 2004, assisted hundreds of investors to do so. In this book, Nathan takes you step-by-step through the entire investment process with an eye to maximizing your return.

Topics covered include:

The current status of property ownership by non-Czech citizens

Tips on the best locations to buy in Prague, Brno, Ostrava and Pardubice

How to get the best offers from banks for financing or refinancing an investment property

Tax strategies for the purchase and sale of investment properties

How to create a rental contract that avoids the headache of the Czech landlord/tenant laws

Real life horror stories of purchases gone bad and how you can avoid the same plight.

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