Defined as the ''White Russia'', the country that is the protagonist of our mini guide today is Belarus. Presidential Republic, for years subjected to Russian and Soviet imperialism, could represent a viable alternative for your life. In fact, in recent years, there have been several investors who have decided to converge their economic and financial resources in this country. With an economy based mainly on mining, computer science and microelectronics, today it will be analyzed in all its facets.
So, if you also want to buy a property in Belarus, you just have to make yourself comfortable: in the next few lines, in fact, we will give you all the information you need to take this big step, in all serenity and tranquility.
We can start!
Let's start with an element of undisputed importance: the documentation necessary to be able to access Belarus. Very important is the passport, which is valid. For more information about the duration of the latter, we recommend that you contact the 'Embassy in your country.
For travelers who decide to stay in this country for 30 days, a visa is not required, as long as they arrive and depart from the airport of Minsk. The maximum period of stay is 90 days. Remember that for those who wish to stay in Belarus for more than 5 consecutive days, is required to register with the immigration office territorially competent.
Let us now see the cost of living. We assume that the current currency is the Belarusian rouble, which corresponds to 0.43 euros. In order to better facilitate consultation of the economic situation in Belarus, we have decided to include a small list of typical products from the basket of goods and, in general, the expenses that a local citizen might incur.
Meal, Cheap Restaurant 6,26 €
Domestic beer (0,5L on tap) 1,34 €
Cappuccino (normal) 1,40 €
Coca/Pepsi (0.33L bottle) 0.72 €
Water (0.33L bottle) 0.47 €
Milk (normal), (1L) 0,61 €
Fresh white bread loaf (500g) 0,53 €
Rice (white), (1kg) 0,98 €
Eggs (normal) (12) 1,02 €
Local cheese (1kg) 5,19 €
Chicken breast (boneless, without skin), (1kg) 3,00 €
Apples (1kg) 0,96 €
Bananas (1kg) 1.08 €
Tomatoes (1kg) 1,70 €
One way ticket (local transport) 0,27 €
Monthly subscription (full price) 13,36 €
After having given an overall economic-financial framework, we are trying to solve together a problem that could be particularly limiting: that of language.
In Belarus, Belarus and Russia are spoken, both of which are very complex. But, as always, the solution is to get on with English, which is now spoken and well understood all over the world.
Last but not least is the aspect related to our sector: the real estate!
How much does it cost to buy a property in Belarus or sign a lease?
For rentals, a house in the city center (in the capital Minsk) is around 250 euros per month, unlike the suburbs, where the gap is 80 euros. For the purchase of a property, however, prices start from 1,000 euros per square meter.
What can I say, we hope that our mini guide has been interesting. We wish you a good trip!
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