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FLAT FOR LONG TERM RENTAL, PARALIMNI.

Postby yanimax » Tue Oct 18, 2005 7:13 pm

Comfortable well furnished groundfloor flat available for long term rental in the Paralimni area, comprising:-

Spacious lounge(TV,AC&Tel).
Double bedroom with large ensuite bathroom.
Kitchen(cooker/frig/wall units)......with adjoining ante-room.
Patio facing private car park
Small mature garden with patio.

The premises are bright and cheerful with a cottagey appearance, having red woodwork and with trees and flowering bushes to two sides.
Well situated in a secure secluded location with all amenities close by. Near to Orphanides Supermarket and local bus stop. Many restaurants and bars in the proximity. Five minutes from the sea, ten minutes from Protaras or Ayia Napa.

CYP 300 per month in advance plus utilities at cost.

For further information please contact Max:-

Mobile: 00357 99530817
Tel: 00357 23829169
Email: yanimax@cytanet.com.cy
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Postby davidp » Sun Oct 30, 2005 7:23 pm

Sorry Max, this is far too expensive.

I know of similar spec apartments at less than half your asking price
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Postby yanimax » Mon Oct 31, 2005 10:37 am

Thanks for your comments David. You are of course quite right, there are many "cheaper" flats to be found. I've seen them myself. But, as stated earlier, this flat is for the more discerning. perhaps you would like to see it before passing judgement!
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Postby davidp » Mon Oct 31, 2005 7:38 pm

Hi Max,

I accept your comments and as a businessman agree that you cannot get a Rolls Royce for the price of a moped.

But this is Cyprus and I am told that the average wage per family is £700 per month also the tourist industry local your property closes tomorrow until next season. Many jobs in the area pay pathetic wages (less than £2 per hour) so I cannot see who your target customers would be.

I wish you every sucess in renting at this rate but have my doubts.
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Postby pumpernickle » Wed Nov 30, 2005 9:24 pm

Agreed Dave,

the price this fellow is asking is a farce!

I work as does my partner. decent jobs with normal average salaries or a little over, and with the cost of living in cyprus being what it is, we could not afford to move out of our place here in larnaca and into this £300 ground floor flat!

Good God man, listen to this Dave and lower the price cos the wages and lack of jobs will narrow your target market to around three people and a dog.

Plus, as a side point, has anyone noticed the MASSIVE number of properties on the market for sale and rent, not to mention the frenzied rush to develop and build more property??? where are the hoardes of people flooding in from the villages , towns and foreign countries to inhabit these homes? Supply is large and demand low, so why the artificially high prices??

very similar to many things in Cyprus. High supply, low demand, silly high prices. I dont think the Cypriots have quite got to grips with basic market economics yet. And the consequences will pinch 'em on the arse, when receipts drop and the economy starts to hit skid row.
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Postby georgiedob » Thu Dec 22, 2005 10:36 am

Good luck with the flat........
We have just agreed 250 a month for a 2bed detached house with bbc prime tv thrown in. In Protaras.
There are much cheeper options.
Suppose you may be lucky if you catch someone before they know where to look for the reasonable prices.
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Postby charliechoice » Tue Jan 03, 2006 5:51 pm

Hello everyone,

I find this thread to be of great interest, as I plan to purchase an apartment ( 1 bed) with a view to rent out. The only difference would be that I would be renting out as a holiday let. Does this mean that the approximate rent achievable would be somewhere around the £200cyp
per week, even during the holiday season or would an increased amount be more realistic ?

Regards Charlie
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