Spring has arrived and with it, you know, you wake up! A bit like the nature that surrounds us, we too, in various moments of our lives, we feel the need to change our habits, radically changing the daily routine and, perhaps, even your home. But what if all this is not enough?
If it were necessary to take a further step? We do not want to put you in crisis, on the contrary! We at Realigro have thought of creating a mini guide made to measure for you, oriented to eliminate any doubt and allow you to take that big step that will change your life!
As you know, we always analyze in detail the countries that may be particularly convenient for a potential real estate investor. Well, today we will give you all the information you need to buy a property in Finland! The only Scandinavian nation to have joined the European Union, is the undisputed protagonist of our guide! So, arm yourself with pen and paper because we are going to give you all the basic tips to make your dream come true! Let's get started!
Let us start with a few geographical notions. Finland is the eighth largest country on the European continent but also the one with the lowest population density. The morphology of the territory is the result of intense glacial movements that, over the years, have mitigated and drastically reduced the moraine reliefs. In this nation emerges a unique peculiarity of its kind: the presence of numerous glaciers, which rise to a maximum of 1,300 m. The coastal strip is very varied and extends along the Baltic Sea. In general, the coastal area is difficult to access, especially in winter, where the waters freeze because of the extremely cold temperatures.
Finnish nature, however, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the world. The many lakes with crystal clear waters, provide a wonderful setting to say the least for anyone who is lucky enough to be in this country. How not to mention the midnight sun and the Northern Lights? Although Finland is a country with a particularly low per capita income, it is still considered stable, well organized and economically strong. And that's not all! In 2018 it was the happiest nation in the world! Among the various indicators that have enabled her to achieve this goal, include education, job opportunities and trust in institutions. Taxes are very high, but citizens consider them as a real investment, oriented to improve the quality of life.
Free instead are the universities, but which must be accessed by passing an admission test and, last but not least, the government is committed to supporting young students at the economic level but also through the continuous improvement of services dedicated to them. The language spoken is Finnish but do not be afraid. It is possible to follow free Finnish courses for foreigners, provided by the Government.
Now to the main part of our guide: how to find a property in Finland ?If you come from a European country, you will not need a visa to enter the country, unless you want to stay for more than three months (in which case you must apply for a residence permit and an identification code to the police). The most beautiful cities where to buy a property are not few, given the variety of territory. No doubt, the capital, Helsinki is particularly expensive, but this is a condition common to all major cities. With 90,000 euros you can find opportunities really not to be missed and especially taken care of in detail.
What are you waiting for? Finland is waiting for you!
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