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October 10, 2019

Bucharest Ranks Third in Europe By Housing Rent Yields
Oct 10, 2019

Bucharest Ranks Third in Europe By Housing Rent Yields.
Bucharest ranks third in Europe after Brussels and Sofia by rent yields, according to a study by Imoteca The Residential Experts, which analyzed rent markets in 17 European capitals.

[Read the article in Ziarul Financiar]
 
 
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