Buying Property in Poland
The Definitive Guide to
Buying Polish Property

What does 'Prewar Property' mean?

Find out what Prewar Property means. Prewar Property is explained by Tim Hill - author of Buying Property in Poland

Prewar Property

In Poland the difference between pre-war and post-war always refers to World War Two.

This are two parts to take note of which are not always the same as in other countries.

Firstly there is the question of ownership. During World War Two land and property was seized from Jews. After the war land was seized from Poles by the soviet system. Both have made efforts in recent years to recover their real estate from the current owners, and some have been successful.

Buying Property in Poland has a full explanation of 'The Jewish and the German Question' when it comes to buying real estate in the country.

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