Brexit import duties explained for goods arriving from the United Kingdom
As we well know, the transitional period for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union ended on December 31, 2020. This means that the United Kingdom is now officially a third country and that European Union law can no longer apply.
Real Estate in Cyprus
The joy of buying your first home is inexplicable. It's about making a dream come true—either alone or with family. But a goal at last. A plan that is the beginning of something new, and like all innovation, requires a series of steps to follow.
Deciding to buy a property is one of the most important decisions we make in our life, especially if it is the first time we will do it. It does not matter if it is a villa, an apartment, a studio, or a house. Logically, this decision is not exempt from the stress of a decision of this magnitude.
Energy is fundamental to our lives. And especially for the proper functioning of our homes. Today, Cyprus real estate industry considers the importance of reducing energy consumption based on a wide range of measures. Among them, we find the use of renewable energy when constructing a building, a house, or a villa.
Renewable energies are essential for the preservation of our planet. In this context, the European Union is destined to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Cyprus, as a state party to the EU, has the same commitment as all member countries. At present, less than 15% of the energy in Cyprus comes from renewable sources, with solar energy being the spearhead in this energy conversion.