Euro crisis good news for Poland property market
Property investors looking to buy a holiday home are turning away from the more popular European destinations as the debt crisis continues to trouble many markets.
Property in Poland has started to appeal to the overseas buyer looking to avoid the troubled euro economies. Agents in the country have noticed a huge rise in overseas enquiries in the last few months and the decision last year to delay plans to adopt the euro has no doubt helped to attract foreign investors.
By the middle of 2011 the Polish economy had grown by more than 4 per cent and experts believe the buy-to-let market will expand with more international investors looking for property markets set for growth. Turkey is another positive growth economy outside of the Euro-currency that is seeing increasing numbers of property buyers arriving from overseas to buy a second home.