One of the major issues that confronts the investor intends to invest in real estate in the Czech Republic to earn a surrender of its lease and, of course, its natural rise in price, it's not what, and where to buy? That – clear: most often for these purposes are bought small flats, which are relatively easy to rent out. Or land for construction of cottages with their subsequent sale. But in order to get maximum profit, you need to know where the property will go up, and where – do not. Where demand for rent increase, but where will fall. Attempt to analyze the situation made newspaper Lidove noviny, excerpts of which we publish below. Letany and Kbely (Praha 9) * Both of these areas located on the north-east of Prague, has not recently enjoyed great popularity among investors.
One of the main reasons was their proximity to the existing airfield and Of course, the distance from the city center. Now, thanks to the fact that in these lands, finally, there was a metro station (line "C" Prague Metro), north-east of the Czech capital has become very attractive in terms of investment in property. Housing prices here are still not very high compared with other areas of Prague, but this situation is changing rapidly. In addition, there is still a free land for development: one of the main advantages these areas is the opportunity to build your house is literally next to subway stations or in a pair of bus stops away.