Greek Property Promotion

Archive for February, 2016 – Ruble devaluations of 2014-2015

Investor motivations

The majority of respondents (74%) said they closed less deals with Russian-speaking buyers after the ruble devaluations of 2014–2015, but they also reported growing interest in income-generating property. In 2014, over half of all respondents (56%) noted the scarcity or absence of Russian-speaking commercial property investors. In 2015, 73% of respondents reported there were “many” Russian buyers, up from 44% in 2014.

Most Russian-speaking investors are successful entrepreneurs, owning and operating businesses in Russia and/or CIS countries. Due to the volatile financial situation in the region, they are looking for income-generating property with moderate yields and stable returns in a dependable currency. – International Property Exhibitions

International Property Exhibitions

We invite you to participate at our events in Moscow:

11-12 March 2016
18th Moscow Overseas Property & Investment Show
8-9 April 2016
26th Moscow International Property Show