by Bozhidara Georgieva

The exclusive property segment in Sofia is developing towards top-quality supply and modern aesthetics

Spacious rooms. Excellent quality of construction materials. Selected neighbours. A sense for tranquility. An excellent vista. Energy efficiency. "Smart" home. These are but a few of the things you get in Sofia's latest luxury properties.
In the past few years the exclusive segment in the real estate market in the capital and the country in general underwent an impressive transformation. Long lost in the mists of time are the kitschy villas with lots of marble, gloss and gilt. They are now replaced by elegant minimalism, modernism, notion towards ecological construction and comfort of tranquility.

Both buyers and developers of luxury properties in Bulgaria are now well informed on the latest world trends in construction, design, furniture. Their tastes are now on a par with those in the most elite residential zones in the world.

The transformation is not only aesthetic, but technological, too. Today, the luxury properties in Sofia are built in accordance with the principles of sustainability and minimal waste of resources. They are of the latest generation of energy efficiency and are even "smart."

The positive change in the segment of luxury properties in Sofia also covers their variety. In the capital you can find cosy family houses, modernistic lofts, residential complexes with swimming pools and lush gardens.
Sofia's luxury properties also have an excellent location, a top-level of the quality of all construction activities, and advantages like 24/7 security and CCTV, green areas, guaranteed parking spaces, gyms, children playgrounds. Sofia's new luxury properties also provide you with the security that your neighbours are not just anybodies.

In such a milieu and environment you inevitably feel comfortable and safe. You enjoy total calm and you can leave your children to play in the garden, while you are in the gym or the swimming pool. You know your neighbours by name, you trust one another and you get together for a barbecue or to celebrate a birthday.

Living in a luxury property provides you with all the tranquility that a dynamic city like Sofia deprives you off during business hours.

Finding your property among all the offers on the market is not among the easiest things to do. To succeed in this, you need the help of a company with experience in the field of real estate deals.

T.I. Homes Ltd. (Sofia, Students' Town, 2 Prof. Aleksandar Fol St, shop 2 next to entrance G, phone: +359 2 417 4353, is such a company. Established in 2007, it has turned into a form of art the ability to meet people with their new homes. The young and motivated T.I. Homes team includes experienced professionals in the field of not only real estate, but also engineering, banks and finance, insurance. They will help you quickly and properly with everything that has to do with property deals, regardless of whether you buy, sell, or want to rent or to let. The company also works with established developers of new properties and will help you with a loan or a mortgage at preferential conditions with banks which are its long-term partners.

Luxury properties are more expensive, but their advantages make them an extremely intelligent buy. They are built well which means that their price will hardly significantly decrease. Sofia remains a dynamically developing city attracting foreign visitors and employees in sectors such as IT and outsourcing, and in large international companies. The group of buyers with potential also includes young professionals engaged in the most active sectors of the Bulgarian economy, and Bulgarian emigres returning to their country of origin to begin new job or found a business.

That is why luxury properties are also a good investment to let.

The zones with higher concentration of luxury properties are well established parts of Sofia like the ideal centre and southern neighbourhoods like Simeonovo, Dragalevtsi, Boyana, Kambanite area. While the centre is dominated by renovated old prestige buildings and new high-rise projects, in Sofia's outskirts priority is to gated communities of family houses and luxury flats with green parks.



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