Podgorica – Independent experts for real estates expect that the interest for Montenegrin market of real estates next year will increase for a longer period.
In an on – line publication of expert reports, researches, advices, and information about the investments in the market of real estates, under the name of Amberlamb, they have included Montenegro among the 25 most interesting developing or already developed national markets in this area in the world.
– Montenegro voted its independence this year, even though it knew that politically and economically it could set her back for a shorter period of time. As the result of gaining independence Montenegro, for example, has lost its membership in the Counsel of Europe, but, in long terms speaking, got much more and has become an attractive tourist destination which attracts direct foreign investments and has raising market of real estates – marked the experts of Amberlamb.
Some people, as they remind, have marked Montenegro as a country of grey market and corruption, with serious infrastructural problems, as well as with the short term tourist attractiveness.
– All of them, however, have something in common – they are short sighted and they are not digging deep enough when they are filming this small, but perfectly formed east European country – say the world experts for real estates.
They have marked this year as a very good one for investment in real estate on the majority if world developing markets, and as a period which has brought pleasant surprises on some already well known markets, but with a warning that everyone who wants to earn dealing with the real estates should look far ahead and predict the trends in order to win.
On one of the links of Amberlamb’s site, Montenegrin bay Boka Kotorska is considered to be one of the world “very hot” locations for the year to come, after the billionaire Peter Mank arranged the purchase of land in Tivat for the construction of a marina and supporting facilities.
The real estates in Montenegro, as it is said on the site, are significantly wanted, especially among the Russians, Brits, and Irish, after the country got its independence in the middle of 2006, and Montenegro is considered to be one of the most exciting developing markets, and Tivat is becoming more and more popular.