Buying Property in Poland
The Definitive Guide to
Buying Polish Property

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Chapter 2: Poland Today
"...Motorwayose who have spent any time in Poland the roads are both famous and infamous. In 1990 there were almost no Motorways and only a handful of dual carriageways. The situation is improving slowly and now there is a toll Motorway between Kraków and Wrocław (running along the south of ..."
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"... (running along the south of the country) and a toll motorway starting just west of Poznań and running east to Łódź. There are more Motorways planned including: Extending the A4 motorway west to the German border and east past Rzeszów to the Ukrainian border. Extending the A2 ..."
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"... just west of Poznań and running east to Łódź. There are more motorways planned including: Extending the A4 Motorway west to the German border and east past Rzeszów to the Ukrainian border. Extending the A2 motorway west to the German border and east from Łódź to Warsaw and the ..."
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"... the A4 motorway west to the German border and east past Rzeszów to the Ukrainian border. Extending the A2 Motorway west to the German border and east from Łódź to Warsaw and the Belarusian border. Extending the A1 motorway from Gdańsk on the North coast leading south past Łódż to ..."
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"... the German border and east from Łódź to Warsaw and the Belarusian border. Extending the A1 Motorway from Gdańsk on the North coast leading south past Łódż to Katowice near Kraków and then on to the Czech border. At the moment however most traffic is still carried on trunk roads. ..."

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"...Motorwaytly there is a slowly forming network of toll Motorways already connecting the major cities along the south of the country and Łódź and Poznań in the centre. Plans are in place to complete the middle section giving Western European trucks a fast route from the German border straight through ..."
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"... the east. European Union funds have accelerated both the Motorway programme and the renewal and replacement of rutted and potholed trunk and town roads across the country. Between 2007 and 2013 a total of 27 billion euros in private, state and European funds is set to be spent. Make no ..."
"...Motorwaybones about it, Poland’s road network was far more underdeveloped in 1989 than most Eastern bloc countries and the sheer scale of the country in geographical size will make this a timely and monumental task. There may be around 600 kilometres of Motorway now but the final plan means the ..."

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"...Motorways run along all major transport links. A Motorway is the easiest to imagine. It provides fast access and easy driving. But the corridor is not uniform, it is triangular. At 20 kilometres outside a city commuters may be prepared to live within 40 kilometres of a Motorway junction, at ..."
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"... manpower and red tape. If you are of a mind to speculate there are potentially high returns to be made from purchases today that will be close to new roads, Motorways, metro stations and airports or in Special Economic Zones or areas with some other hidden potential. - New Roads and ..."
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"... close to new roads, motorways, metro stations and airports or in Special Economic Zones or areas with some other hidden potential. - New Roads and Motorways - The plans exist and many of the routes are drawn. The opportunity is almost being handed to investors on a plate. Buy residential ..."
"...Motorways exist and many of the routes are drawn. The opportunity is almost being handed to investors on a plate. Buy residential or business property close to one of these arteries and you could own a highly desirable piece of commuter belt real estate in 10 years’ time. Put your ..."
"...Motorwaythese have been sporadic in their success with Słupsk one of the better performers. This town of 100,000 people has no Motorway, no modern rail link, no airport and it is over 100 kilometres from Gdansk. Despite all this it has attracted capital investment from Italy, Switzerland, America, Holland, Denmark ..."

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Chapter 9: The Regions
"...Motorwayon's fortunes have been further assisted by the simple fact that it borders Germany and the building of the A4 Motorway has and will offer fast links east and west. Today it is a powerhouse of industry and commerce with foreign investment from Volkswagen, Toyota, Electrolux, Whirlpool, General Electric, Colgate-Palmolive, ..."
"...Motorway been done but a great deal more is to come. The A4 Motorway which goes east to Katowice is to be extended west a further 90 kilometres to the German border and a totally new expressway is planned from the North of the country to the southern Czech border, ..."
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"... and restaurants. The residents have become some of the richest inhabitants of Poland and property prices have risen at a dramatic rate. Wroclaw has its own international airport included in the schedules of many no frills airlines and lies just north of the A4 Motorway. Jelenia Góra, a ..."
"...Motorwayd, the purchase of logistics or warehousing space along the routes of the new Motorway and express route is a viable and attractive proposition for those wanting to speculate. A promising choice here would be Legnica as it will sit on the cross roads of the current A4 Motorway and ..."
"...Motorwayfuture Kujawsko-Pomorskie is set to be a far more connected county than it is now with the planned A1 Motorway from Gdańsk to Łódż cutting straight through it. It is very possible that south-eastern parts of the county may also fall within the Łódż commuting belt. Tourism is also expected ..."
"...Motorways the main focus of the county with UNESCO adding its old town to the World Heritage Sites list in 1997 due to some 200 buildings from the 13th to the 18th century. Apart from this obvious draw forests and lakes to the south of the town are extremely popular. ..."
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"... to the east. Bydgoszcz may have less to offer the tourist but it is a hive of commercial, business and industrial activity and has an international airport. Wrocławek is a predominantly post-war city, which will also feel the effects of the A1 Motorway when it arrives. Grudziądz is a ..."
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"... Grudziądz is a beautiful riverside town to the north of Toruń and again set to be a beneficiary of the new Motorway. Inowrocław is an industrial town but is well known for its saltwater baths as well as the centre of an extensive lake district which can be found to its west and south. ..."
"...Motorway in the east and the municipality of Inowrocławski in the south also offer the same opportunities. However Brodnica is fairly well developed and more in demand. The Inowrocławski on the other hand is much closer to Warsaw and speculators might consider looking for cheap land and property here to ..."
"...Motorwaywek is a large town and although it may not be picture postcard there is plenty in the way of business activity making long lets a sound option. Couple this with its close proximity to the new Motorway and there is plenty for speculators in the way of land, warehousing ..."
"...Motorways the expensive but safe option relative to the other towns in the county. Well developed and with plenty of agents long lets and summer lets are all fairly straightforward to buy and organise although initial yields may be limited. Hotels and conference centres are already in short supply so ..."
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"... only a single page. For this voivodship the future really is a practical one. Logistically both the A1 Motorway (Gdańsk-Katowice) and the A2 (Berlin-Poznań-Warsaw-Moscow) will come straight through the centre of the county crossing each other just north-east of Łódż. - Major Cities and ..."
"...Motorwaydż and Piotrków Trybunalski are obvious targets for capital gain. In the former the price of residential real estate is nearly one half that of Warsaw, only 100 kilometres away. Currently this is a long drive but the A2 Motorway is being extended to connect the two cities and a ..."

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Chapter 14: Visiting Poland
"...Motorway— If you decide to drive to Poland or rent a car on arrival remember to consider the state of the Polish network which can be of varying quality from modern Motorways to rutted and potholed trunk roads. Leave plenty of time for your journey and expect to cover about ..."
"...Motorwayd limit in towns is 50 km/h and these are signposted by black and white rectangular signs depicting the skyline of some imaginary buildings. On trunk roads you can drive at 90 km/h, 110 km/h on dual carriageways and 130 km/h on Motorways. Do not make the mistake of simply ..."

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