Landlords are slightly favoured

Although there has been a lot of property bought for rental purposes in Budapest, the Hungarian capital is not really a rental stronghold.

18th February, 2006

Although there has been a lot of property bought for rental purposes in Budapest, the Hungarian capital is not really a rental stronghold.

Those buying in the right areas have often done well, but there is a lot of Irish-owned property sitting idle in the city with very little prospect of being rented in the short term.

The Hungarian land registry system in use today dates back hundreds of years, although it is being updated...

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