Buying Property in Poland
The Definitive Guide to
Buying Polish Property


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"...Infrastructureo the weather summers tend to be stable and sunny with temperatures reaching between 25 and 35 degrees Celsius while in the winter they can drop to minus 20. During these months regular snowfalls occur but the Poles have an exceptional ability to keep roads clear and the Infrastructure operating ..."

Chapter 2: Poland Today
"...Infrastructure the stereotypes associated with Poland as a cold and industrial land it is a modern country rapidly catching up with its Western neighbours (see Part Two: Why Poland). The Infrastructure supporting telecommunications, the internet and postal services rival any European country. Roads and public transport may still need a ..."

"...Infrastructurese of the over-optimism of socialism the Infrastructure was far ahead of its time. The government expected all the people would have a car and so the roads and parking areas were built with this in mind. Do not be confused, many journalists write about these as “crumbling communist blocks”, ..."

"...Infrastructureeady seen large-scale price rises and from afar it would be an easy mistake to believe the property market was now in place and in line with the rest of Europe. However there are economic influences and a developing Infrastructure that will all play key parts in driving the price ..."

"...Infrastructureuro-Russian trade and Central Europeans becoming richer consumers this is all set to grow but only within the constraints of the Infrastructure. Polish roads and rails tracks leave a great deal to be desired but at the same time they are a world away from what was to be found ..."

Chapter 7: Property Types
"...Infrastructuresh or urgency to fit the property out as there is no mortgage to service and so the owner just sits on it as an asset. After a few years they may feel it is time to cash it in but rather than fit it out they offer it as ..."

"...Infrastructureuy clever' it is important to understand how Poland is evolving and the future impact of this on property prices. Demographic changes, the effect of new road and rail Infrastructures, how certain areas have reinvented themselves (seemingly out of the blue) will all affect particular regions. ..."
"...Infrastructureny town around a major city with good transport links either existing now, or planned for the future, a good Infrastructure or the ability to develop one and that something extra (good schools, lakes, a national park, etc.) are the investors target and a place to avoid for those seeking ..."
"... modernised city centre and suburban houses for middle aged couples Small, modernised houses in areas popular for retirement - Developing Infrastructures - Poland’s infrastructure has already undergone dramatic change but it is a long way from over with billions of euros to be spent ..."
"...Infrastructurerastructure has already undergone dramatic change but it is a long way from over with billions of euros to be spent in order to bring the country up to Western standards. Luckily those billions are available, so much of what needs to be done is constrained more by logistical matters ..."
"...Infrastructure will benefit from the developing Infrastructure of the country they are likely to go through dramatic growth. Although this means warehousing, factories and office space will all rise in value do not be blinkered, the local population will also get richer increasing their demand for residential property and possibly ..."
"...Infrastructureit has a fairly disjointed Infrastructure with horse riding, canoeing, cycling and a wealth of other activities on offer but only if you know where to look for them and can speak a little Polish. The area is also woefully short of hotels and tourist accommodation, which is good news ..."

Chapter 9: The Regions
"...Infrastructureontains a map of the area identifying the road Infrastructure (both current and planned) as well as airports that exist and those that are expected to be built over the next decade. The maps also show recommended towns and regions where specific types of property can be found or where ..."
"...Infrastructureter holiday lets as well as hotels, recreational houses and retirement and lifestyle homes are all to be found anywhere within 50 kilometres of the Czech border, especially close to the numerous spa towns. Better Infrastructures and local amenities exist in towns such as Jelenia Góra, Wałbrzych and Świdnica with ..."
"...InfrastructureŚwiecki are both municipalities in the north of the country with extensive forests and lakes and an absolute haven of tranquillity. So far undiscovered by foreigners there are exceptionally well-priced properties for holiday or lifestyle homes, summer lets or tourist related businesses such as hotels. Be aware however that a ..."
"... Obviously if commerce is the future then some of the best buys in both cities will be office and commercial space, hotels and conference centres and warehousing and logistics. There is a well-developed Infrastructure already in place for those looking at long lets and student lets. Be ..."

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