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Russians do not “merge” their property in Bulgaria

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Russians do not “merge” their property in Bulgaria

Another fake that was born on the Internet, this time we are talking about the fact that the Russians are selling real estate in Bulgaria for next to nothing, which is not happening today.

According to bourgas.ru, another fake that was born on the Internet, this time it is about the fact that the Russians are selling real estate in Bulgaria for next to nothing, which is not happening today. And such sales allegedly take place against the backdrop of the war that Russia is waging in Ukraine.

Transactions with real estate of Russian citizens in Bulgaria are completely stopped today. The reason is the ban on bank transfers to Russia, as well as transfers from Russian to bank accounts in Bulgaria. However, the trend of Russian citizens leaving our country, which began after 2014, continues.

On the Bulgarian Black Sea coast there are thousands of Russian citizens who have bought property over the past 20 years. In Pomorie alone, during the construction boom of 2003-2004, more than 6,000 second homes were sold. So there was an area populated mainly by Russian tourists, which the locals called “Little Moscow”.

After the annexation of Crimea and Vladimir Putin’s call to officials to refrain from buying property in Bulgaria, the first wave of sales of Russian apartments by the sea began. Then the trend grew with the crisis due to the pandemic, inflation and the collapse of the Russian ruble. For Russian citizens, life in Bulgaria turned out to be TOO expensive, and they continued to leave this country.

With the outbreak of the war in Ukraine and the sanctions imposed against Russia, the sale of Russian apartments by the sea completely stopped.

“It was like a parking brake was on,” said Rumyana Georgieva, owner of one of the largest real estate companies in Burgas, and Kristina Mandadzhieva, manager of the Pomorie office of one of the largest real estate companies.

Russian citizens are selling their property in Bulgaria for economic, not political reasons. At present, the area “Malkata Rusia” in Pomorie is empty. It is not known whether Russian apartment owners will come here again this summer.

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According to the Institute for Analysis and Evaluation in Tourism, about 50,000 Russian citizens are expected to visit Bulgaria during the summer tourist season. They will arrive on flights via Istanbul, Dubai or Belgrade. Note that a few years ago there were an order of magnitude more. But what to do, these are the realities and the Russians are forced to leave Bulgaria today, where now they cannot even get normally in the summer of 2022, a one-way ticket will cost them no less than 1000 euros.

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