10 Easiest Countries To Buy a House In the World

Let’s monitor a global market a bit and see what are 10 easiest countries to buy a house in the world.

Buying a house or the apartment of our own is everyone’s goal. There is no rent every month, there are no contracts and scared that the person who owns a place would kick you out some day. You can do whatever you want. You can redecorate it, you can throw a paint all over the place, you can replace furniture, you can even break walls if you want. Who cares? It is yours.

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But buying a house is a rather hard business. The majority of people can’t afford it and they have to either get it as a present after they lose someone, or get a loan. Either way, they got the house but lost something valuable. If someone inherits a house, they won’t be that happy. They would still be miserable because they lost someone important. They would always see them wandering around the house, memories would be brought back every time you get into the house, and the worst of all is that you won’t have that people around yourself to celebrate with after you move in.

On the other hand, if you take the loan, you will be obligated to be the bank’s slave for at least 20 years. Sometimes even more. And if you miss some rate, there is a big chance that all that effort would be for nothing because contract clearly states that, if some rate is missed and the bank gets the impression that you won’t have any resource left to pay the debt off, they are free to take away the house from you. And even if that doesn’t happen, do you know how many paperwork you are gonna fill before you get to sign the lease?

But there is no bigger satisfaction than entering the empty house and knowing that you are finally settled down, that you are on your own, and that this is something that you have accomplished by yourself. You can wander around the house and plan on everything. This is yours and only yours and no one can argue that.

To target the easiest countries to buy a house, the main parameter was the price. The thing is, houses outside the town or in some suburbias would always be cheaper, so that had to be taken into consideration as well. After consulting several official websites, the final list was done and ready to go. So, without any further ado, I present to you 10 easiest countries to buy a house in the world!

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