Foreign citizens who are not residents of the Republic of Cyprus do not have the right to directly rent their house, but they can do it using the services of an intermediary who has the right to do so. In order not to bring themselves unnecessary worries, foreign homeowners use the services of real estate firms. If the property is purchased using a mortgage and at the same time the loan size is more than 50% of the price of the property, then you should provide income other than rent, it is wrong to rely solely on rental income, because periods of instability are possible. It is necessary to rent a villa or an apartment without violating the law: the rental income must be entered into the income declaration, and you must pay tax from this money. We must decide how to rent housing: for a holiday or for a long time. Continue reading
Vietnam is a very diverse country with a developing economy, which it will be interesting to visit both investors and the ordinary tourist, whom Vietnam will amaze with its ancient culture, exoticism and sights.
Vietnam is located on the Indochina Peninsula, in Southeast Asia. The country is located on the coast of the South China Sea, most of the territory is occupied by mountains, islands, and also two archipelagoes – Chyongsha and Hoangsha. About eighty million people live in Vietnam, most of them Vietnamese. In the country, Vietnamese is the official language, but the local population also speaks French, English and Russian.Religion is Buddhism, it is professed by a large part of the population of Vietnam, however there are both Christians and Muslims here.
The capital of Vietnam – Hanoi, which translated from Vietnamese means “surrounded by a river”, and the city is located just on the banks of the Red River. It became the capital in 1010 thanks to the emperor Li Thai To, who transferred the capital here from the city of Dail. Today, Hanoi is a major city with a population of over four million. Continue reading
Changes in the life of a country or on the world stage always raise some concerns and invariably entail something new. This is how Russia at the end of the last century got the opportunity to expand ties with other countries, and residents of the country opened ways far abroad, for example, to Tunisia. Russian tourists discovered this country relatively recently; it began to gain popularity quickly.
From the northern and eastern parts, this state of North Africa is washed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, which means there are plenty of places for a beach holiday. Add exotic African countries, and the answer to the question about the reasons for the popularity of Tunisia among tourists is ready. Continue reading