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Buying a property in Katowice, Poland. A good idea?


rdhir 6 | 19
23 Jan 2011 #1
Hello,

I am a non-EU citizen living in Katowice, Poland on a long term visa. I am interested in buying an apartment here. Is it a good idea?? Can i do so and will i be able to register it in my name?
Avalon 4 | 1,068
23 Jan 2011 #2
You need to talk to our resident expert. Milky.
milky 13 | 1,657
24 Jan 2011 #3
Thanks Avalon

Is it a good idea??

Do some research and figure it out for yourself. I'll give you a clue
youtube.com/watch?v=rOB3ej2a2C8&feature=related
Avalon 4 | 1,068
24 Jan 2011 #4
There you are rdhir.

Advice from the expert, Milky. No facts no knowledge of the property market in Poland, just a Youtube video which is totally unrelated to the topic. Every time you ask him to provide proof of his statements, he changes the subject or resorts to personal attacks on anyone that questions him.

Anyway, if you have not bothered to read his previous posts, property prices are going to crash by 50-60%, he does not know when but his mates down the pub are agreeing with him, so, it must be true. We have followed his prredictions avidly for the past 2 years but as yet there has only been a correction in prices of around 5-8%. He states that there is a huge surplus of properties and that large developers in Poland will go bankrupt if they build anymore. This seems to contradict the articals being printed by the Warsaw business journal who are continously lying by reporting large housing projects that are being commenced both this and last year. This paper has obviously been paid by the developers (along with the building permits office) to lie to the public so that they can jump the market prices up to an all time high.

I cannot understand why these business people continue to build apartments and houses that are not needed when all they have to do is listen to Milky and his friends, they would save money, stay solvent and the Polish people can sleep on the streets to avoid paying rents to landlords.

There, you have your answer. The gospal according to Milky. Believe what you will.
milky 13 | 1,657
25 Jan 2011 #5
At least i don't get my lackey secretary to write my applies from the attacks of logic....!!!!!!
delphiandomine 83 | 17,718
25 Jan 2011 #6
Katarzyna too busy looking after the child, then?
Avalon 4 | 1,068
25 Jan 2011 #7
milky

At least i don't get my lackey secretary to write my applies from the attacks of logic....!!!!!!

I take it you mean "replies" from the attacks "on" logic.....!!!!!

I have no need of a secretary. I can read and write in English, which, has enabled me to run my own business for most of my life. If English is your native tongue, it may explain a lot of your problems.


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