MARIMEX PROPERTIES Bulgarian Properties For Sale In Bulgaria
    Home | Property Search | Legal Advice | Our Services | About Bulgaria | News | F.A.Q. | Contact Us Phone: +359 899 982 426

Българска Версия

English Version

Deutsche Version

Dansk Version

Svensk Version

Русская Версия

Latviešu versija

ID #

Properties By Type:

Properties By Region:

Legal Advices

    Step by step purchasing process
  • While foreigners can purchase buildings or property in Bulgaria they are not currently allowed to buy land. This is expected to change before EU membership next year. In the meantime it can be easily worked around by setting up a Bulgarian registered company.
  • After the buyer has visited a real estate agency (or its website) and selected a property a preliminary purchase contract is drawn up and signed. This contract is legally binding, so the best thing you can do before you sign it is to visit the property in order to acquire a detailed idea what exactly will be purchased.
  • Our lawyer will make all the necessary checks then, after which the preliminary contract will be signed. This contract outlines all details of the sale and a 10% deposit is paid at this point.
  • The balance is paid on final exchange, when a final purchase contract is signed in front of a notary. Then new ownership can be registered.
  • If purchasing off-plan, payments are broken into stages, usually three payments of 30% and a final 10% on completion.


1 EUR = 1.95583 LV

1 GBP = 2.19539 LV

1 USD = 1.77191 LV

1 RUB = 0.0277801 LV

1 DKK = 0.262817 LV

1 SEK = 0.19719 LV


BULGARIA: Real Estate Investor Activ Properties Posts Q2 Profit Of BGN 0.46 mln

Bulgarian real estate investment trust Activ Properties reported an Q2 profit of BGN 459 000, up from BGN 30 000 at end-2005. The upside came from the sale of 4.5 ha of land in the Plovdiv area for BGN 905 000, said executive director Dilyan Panev .



Phone: +359 899 982 426