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Romanian Government is to cap land purchases by foreigners after the deregulation of land market starting January 1, 2014.
The Government has stated that no foreign private individuals currently own any land plots in Romania. The local land market will be deregulated starting January 1, 2014, in accordance with Romania's EU accession treaty. In 2013 an agency, probably the Agency of State Domains, will act as "a sort of player on the land market" and will issue notifications to foreign private individuals interested in purchasing land in Romania.
The agricultural sector needs investors and the Romanian authorities ought to create a proper environment to lure investors; all taxes and fees must be paid in Romania and the profit must not be outsourced.

Romania Monthly Household Income At RON2,396, Household Spending At RON2,155 In 2Q 2012
The total monthly average income in Romania stood at 2,396 lei (EUR527) per household and at RON833 per capita, while the total monthly average household spending stood at RON2,155 in the second quarter of 2012, according to a household budget analysis by Romania's statistics institute INS.
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Romanian property prices up in Q2
There are signs the Romanian real estate industry is recovering, with property prices in the country climbing in the second quarter of this year.

Business Review cited figures from EFG Eurobank Property Services SA, which showed the value of homes in the nation rose by two per cent in the three months from April to June.

ln the first six months of 2012, some of the most substantial increases have been recorded in Bucharest, with property prices in the centre of the city up by five per cent, while homes on the outskirts jumped in value by 4.8 per cent.

The Eurobank report said the recovery in housing values noted in the first half of the year "suggests a turning point for the sliding of prices that took place in recent years and raises expectations for stability".

Despite optimism over the country's residential real estate sector, the same does not appear to be true of its commercial property market.

Research published by CBRE earlier this month revealed commercial real estate investment in Romania dropped to 50 million (?39.25 million) in the first half of this year, down from 250 million in the same period in 2011.
Source: propertyshowrooms

Real estate investment in Romania rises
The volume of money ploughed into Romanian commercial property increased significantly in the first quarter of 2012.

Property Magazine International reported on data published by DTZ Echinox, which revealed the 99 million (?78.9 million) invested in the country's real estate market between January and March represented a 189 per cent rise over the final three months of 2011.

Looking at real estate investment for last year, compared to 2010, the mixed-use and residential sectors made the biggest gains, with retail assets losing out.

According to DTZ, prime yields in the office, retail and industrial industries are stable, standing at eight, 8.5 and 10.5 per cent respectively.

Romanian real estate is a popular choice among alternative investors, US firm Alternative Asset Analysis recently claimed.

The organisation explained fluctuations in global economies are encouraging investors to turn away from equities and look elsewhere for opportunities, with property in Romania among the top options.
Source: propertyshowrooms

Romania tipped as property investment hotspot
Investors are expected to turn their attention away from markets such as Ireland and Spain to focus instead on Romania and Bulgaria.

Speaking at the IPD/Property Investor Europe (PIE) Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) Conference, partner at Schoenherr Lawyers Denise Hamer explained many of the banks in Romania have large property portfolios they now need to sell off.

As a result, the value of real estate in Romania will fall and investors will be attracted to the opportunities in the country's market.

"It's going to be very dynamic and volatile, a very exciting investor atmosphere," Ms Hamer predicted.

Board member of S IMMO - an Austrian firm - Holger Schmidtmayr highlighted office properties in Romania's capital Bucharest as another area to watch over the coming months at the CEE-focused event.

There are also signs international companies have faith in the Romanian retail market, after last month's announcement a new shopping centre due to open in Ploisesti in November is already 70 per cent let.

The development has been financially backed by Carrefour Property and New Europe Property Investment and tenants confirmed at the complex include Carrefour, Lee Cooper, Zara and Office Shoes.
Source: propertyshowrooms

Could Romania become a property investment hotspot?
Romania appears to be the next up-and-coming destination for property investors in south-eastern Europe.

Writing for the MIPIM blog, industry commentator Ilias Papageorgiadis explained the nation is in a strong position to attract further investment in its real estate sector.

He highlighted Romania's economic strength, pointing out it experienced healthy gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2011 and is set to reduce its deficit to zero by 2013.

Meanwhile, the country is attracting investment from global businesses and the national bank has already made a number of structural reforms, all of which may add to the appeal of Romanian property for investors.

Mr Papageorgiadis added there is a strong development pipeline for retail real estate, while funding for residential projects is expected to increase over the next few years.

The office market in Romania is also moving forward, with Jones Lang LaSalle revealing last month that the first major institutional deal for an office park outside Bucharest was agreed.

Three out of the five buildings planned for the City Business Centre in Timisoara have been completed, with tenants such as IBM, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Vodafone among the firms to lease space in the finished offices.
Source: propertyshowrooms

Investors' interest in Romanian real estate rises
Investors have been showing a greater interest in purchasing land and property in Romania.

This is the finding of IMOPEDIA, a Romanian real estate website, which recorded a 28 per cent increase in 2011 in the number of enquiries relating to assets in built-up areas, compared to 2010, Global Property Guide reported.

According to the organisation, a fall in the value of property in Romania has helped encourage more investors to consider making a purchase in the country.

Razvan Muntean, general manager at IMOPEDIA, told the publication: "The interest for land follows a positive trend, quite stable, which has not been influenced by external factors, such as the First House governmental buying program."

However, he advised potential purchasers to conduct thorough research, as some assets may be a long way from the main road or not have access to utilities like water and electricity.

While it appears interest in residential Romanian property may be on the rise, head of valuations and consulting at DTZ Echinox Bogdan Sergentu recently revealed the volume of money invested in the nation's commercial real estate markets fell by 13 per cent in 2011, compared to the previous year.
Source: propertyshowrooms

Property investment activity dips in Romania
There has been a decline in the level of investment flowing into the Romanian commercial property sector in 2011.

Head of valuations and consulting at DTZ Echinox Bogdan Sergentu explained the amount of money invested in Romanian real estate dropped by 13 per cent in 2011, compared to the previous year.

Bucharest was the main target for those seeking such assets in the country, with developments in the city accounting for six out of the 13 transactions completed last year.

Mr Sergentu added 69 per cent of the total investment volume for 2011 was spent on mixed-use developments, despite a greater number of deals being agreed in the retail sector.

However, it appears the new year has started well for the nation's commercial real estate sector, with Romania Business Insider reporting this week (February 2nd) that New Europe Property Investment - a South African-based fund - has purchased the City Business Center in Timisoara.

The complex comprises three office buildings, with two more premises still to be constructed.

Managing director for Jones Lang LaSalle in Romania Troy Javaher explained it is the "first major institutional office transaction outside Bucharest".
Source: propertyshowrooms

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