7 »small« tricks that will upgrade your home

11th July 2018

Read 7 tricks that will improve your home and make it even more beautiful.

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Where to seek real-estate information?

24th May 2018

Ok so you are buying your first real estate, or you want to invest in some apartments. No matter what is your goal in the world of real estate, you will always need useful information, so you don't buy a pig in a poke or invest in a financial hole.

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Is buying a house really that difficult?

23rd May 2018

A reasonable question. But before you dive into the project called »Buying a house,« you should get a few answers and determine what you want? What kind of house do you need? Is it a family home or is it your personal sanctum? With a big garden or just a small piece of land for your flowers? These are all the questions that you will need to answer either to yourself or your real-estate agent in order to get your dream home. But let's start at the beginning.

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Selling a House ... How do I do that? Read these 4 tips for a better sale!

4th April 2018

Selling a house can be very tiring and time-consuming thing to do. What price should I ask? What documents do I need for sale? Who can I contact? These are the questions you are probably asking when you type into Google the phrase: »How to sell a house.« Because browsing for the accurate information can be quite difficult, we have prepared for you a brief article with 4 tips that will aid you to speed up the entire process.

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5 things you need to take into consideration when purchasing a home

10th November 2017

Real estate purchase is a big life decision so it is important that you approach it accordingly. Take your time and gather as much information as possible.

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Ask a local - Zoran Đukić

14th July 2017

The Stoja Real Estate Agency has been at the forefront of the property business for over two decades. Experts in not only sales and rental, the company also provides a wide range of advice to newcomers to the Slovenian real estate market and considers several Ambassadors among its friends. A self-confessed lover of real estate, Zoran Đukić is the company’s Director. We recently took the opportunity to ask him a few questions. Here’s what he has to say.

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Why Should You Buy Property Slovenia?

30th September 2016

The republic of Slovenia is situated in the South East part of Europe, in the Balkan Peninsula, being neighbored by Hungary, Austria and Croatia, but also by Italy and the Adriatic Sea. The state appeared in 1991 declaring its independence from Yugoslavia in May 1992. Since then the authorities in this country tried to attract as many tourists as possible. Some of them liked it so much that they decided to buy property in Slovenia. However, for the majority of tourists this country still represents a mystery.

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Should You Buy Property Slovenia

30th September 2016

As an investor, if you purchase real estate in the correct area it can be the ideal investment. It can be a difficult decision make but all of the information you require to make an educated decision is out there for the taking. Slovenia has recently been voted as one of the top ten locations globally to purchase apartments or houses. It has been predicted that investments in this stunning country will increase in value by approximately 300 percent over the next decade.

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Slovenia Flats For Rent

30th September 2016

If you frequently visit Slovenia, or your are relocating for business, it is important to find comfortable and accommodating Slovenia flats for to rent that offer beautiful scenery at affordable prices. Since the independence of Slovenia in 1991, it has been dubbed a 'Europe in Miniature' with beautiful beaches, snow-capped mountains and wide plains full of grapevines and sunflowers. While you understand the benefits of visiting and staying in the country, you must find flats for to rent Slovenia that is luxurious and affordable. By comparing the amenities, the atmosphere, the convenience of the location and pricing you will make the best choice for your comfort, safety and happiness.

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Renting an apartment or business premise in Slovenia?

30th September 2016

After Slovenia joined the European union in 2004 and showed substantial economic growth in the following years, at the same time it’s capital, Ljubljana, became an important European business capital. Consequently a growing number of foreign diplomats have been searching to rent an apartment in Slovenia while on assignment. Ljubljana as a capital also faced increasing demand both from buyers and renters. The global financial crisis of 2007-2010 naturally affected this development but only to a limited degree. A vast majority of foreign visitors who do business in Slovenia live in Ljubljana, some other important centers are Maribor, Celje and Koper. In general, rents for residential and business premises are highest in Ljubljana and the coastal region.

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