SIPA Property is active in the global real estate market, offering investors and end-users access to both new and expanding fields of unique real estate. Through our network of International developers and construction firms, we select high-end commercial and residential building projects in prime locations with very high building and design standards, at affordable entry prices. Whether the aim is long term placement through rental income, or short term selling upon completion, SIPA Property will provide sound advice on how to maximize the returns.

Airport parking

Since 2015, SIPA Property has been active in the exciting project of providing airport parking. This relatively new commercial property opportunity is designed for today`s astute investor seeking low risk and high profitability. An individual long stay airport parking unit can be purchased with an opt-in rental agreement which gives the investor guaranteed returns of more than 6% annually.

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Traditional property

SIPA Property has provided financing for more than 1.200 residential and commercial properties since 2006. Where other markets provide thrills and excitement in daily fluctuations, the real estate area has proven to be a steady source of wealth accumulation for the sophisticated investor. Real estate properties can provide solid returns and are often resistant to short-term fluctuations. Have a look through our portfolio of ongoing and completed projects and get inspired.

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Property news

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Bulgaria competition watchdog dismisses appeals against Sofia Airport concession pick

Bulgaria’s Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) has ruled against the appeals lodged by the four losing bidders in the Sofia Airport concession tender, dismissing them as groundless. In a lengthy ruling posted on its website late on November 15,...

Bulgaria’s strong house price growth continues

After five years of strong house price rises, Bulgaria’s housing market remains strong, buoyed by low interest rates and a stable economy. The nationwide house price index rose by 7.29% (3.56% inflation-adjusted) during the year to Q1 2019, following y-o-y...

OECD cuts forecast for Swiss economic growth citing trade tensions

Swiss economic growth will slow to 0.8% in 2019 and remain below the country’s long-term average next year, the OECD said on Monday, citing increasing risks from low interest rates and international trade tensions. A slowdown in the European economy...

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