I feel I am wasting my time in giving forum readers the good oil about the future of real estate in Poland, to me its like talking to a group of kindergarten children,
Then please do not bother any more on my account. Do you realise you are being offensive by calling people 'kindergarten children'. As if we cannot think clearly for ourselves. We can and if you wish discuss issues with us then please post in a more respectful manner.
Otherwise no one is going to bother debating issues with you.
Now the points you have raised.
a) Read the History and struggles of the Polish people.
I have and all my family have been deeply affected by this in the past. Please don't assume we only get this information from history books.
Speak to the average Polish person who lives in the city and country areas.
Have you ? When did you last speak to someone in this manner ? Would be interesting to know ?
Read what the previous Pope wished for the Polish people.
Can you be more specific please ? More background information on what you mean would be helpful to try to see what point it is you are trying to get across to us ?
d) Research into factors which effect real estate prices, it will come to no surprise to people who know these economic factors to appreciate that prices in polish real estate will never have a solid base when personal income is so low
Incomes will rise in Poland, it's only a matter of time now it is part of the EU. I can't follow your line of thought regarding the economic factors to be considered. Not quite sure what the point is there. Poland is growing rapidly. Foreign investment and confidence in the country is at an all time high. Property prices will be dictated by the laws of supply and demand. As Poland prospers, wages will rise and higher standards of living will follow. I consider that to be a good thing for a country, that for too long was not allowed to grow under the Communist regime :(
Poland is not a rich research country ie it has no oil, steel, or minerals, it will always be a relatively poor country which will not be able to support the old, sick, and unemployed, (like in the US/GB and Aus)
I disagree. Look at Switzerland. Anyway, Polish people collectively have the greatest resource in the World. Themselves. They are strong, hard working and friendly and that will ensure they have a thriving tourist market, have massive foreign investment,including new industries etc etc and they are highly skilled, educated and intelligent. A great workforce !!
As a matter of interest the UK struggles to look after it's sick and elderly even at this present time. The grass is always greener :) and the Polish people are more family orientated and value looking after their own old relatives. Something very much to be admired :)
The Brits like to go to Poland for two reasons, Its very very cheap, and the
Poles are nice and very non threatening.
That's your view. Not a researched fact !!
Sometimes one can have stereotyped views or memories long held which do not always relate to the changes that have happened in some parts of the world over the last couple of decades. It's usually one held by older people who have nostalgic views of how things were or should be. It doesn't really relate to the views of the people who are living in those countries in this day and age.
It would be good to discuss the isssues through more thoroughly but you need to post some information with you views then we can look at the facts and form our own views. Otherwise, though I am interested in hearing anybodys views, I may not agree with them always and if your posts are meant to persuade us in any area we need supporting information so that we can mull it over in our own mind and make our own views on the subject at hand.