Finding the right Slovenian property for sale is easy with a three-step process. Buyers simply decide what they are looking for, where and at what price. Once these parameters have been set, the shoppers view different offerings and make a selection. With the changes in Slovenia real estate law, all property transactions close quickly, even for foreign investors.
If people cannot decide whether to invest in a home, farm, land, business or lodging venture, they can contact a real estate agent or other professionals for help. Each category offers special advantages and appeals to different purchasers. Homes include year-round housing, apartments, and weekend accommodations. Some people enjoy the space and privacy of their own dwelling in friendly neighborhoods while others prefer apartment type living near the center of town and endless activities. Weekend homes can be nestled in the countryside. For people needing more space, sprawling villas are available throughout the country. These properties can be move-in ready or need work or renovation.
The other categories are just as diverse and intriguing. Farms have living facilities, other buildings and allotments. The new owners raise cows, sheep, pigs and chickens and eat their organically grown vegetables and fruits. Undeveloped land offers opportunities to create the perfect home, lodging facility or business venture. Even businesses can be small vacant rooms with a bathroom and 1 to 6 parking spaces or an establishment like a pub or vineyard. Some business sellers offer to train the new owners for a period of time. Hotels, pensions, multifamily buildings and ski resorts all beckon to enthusiastic new operators. Tourism currently accounts for one third of Slovenia’s income and is expected to continue to increase 5% a year.
Deciding where to make this investment is part of the fun. Working people need to be near their place of employment and may choose a city, town, village or surrounding area. Individuals buying second homes want to live near the ocean, rivers or skiing. Fortunately, Slovenia offers different climates and activities; there is a place for everyone.
Property is available from €25,000 to over €4 million. Buyers should find a range that is comfortable for them and research those offerings first. Paying cash always makes buying real estate faster and easier. However, some banks offer financing. Buyers still need a down payment and funds to pay other real estate closing costs, utility changeovers and moving expenses.
It is easy to buy Slovenia property. However, buyers still have to decide whether they want a home, farm, land, business or lodging facility, the area the property will be located and the amount of investment. Finding the perfect place is enjoyable; moving in is the fun part.