Discounted Real Estate in Sofia, Varna, Sveti Vlas, Sunny Beach, Sozopol, Kavarna, Bansko and more.


NTC International, Inc. has been active on the Bulgarian property market since the early 90's. Looking to buy a Bulgaria investment property? Or a holiday spa apartment? We will guide you through the whole sale process.

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 Discounted sea coast properties Bulgaria


Below Market Value: Fully finished in old Nesebar style, the complex is overlooking the Sunny Beach bay, only 3km from the best beaches.

  • A studio, one and two bed available at a special price
  • Only €500 per m2
  • Free parking
  • Free garden yard (studio only)
  • Move-in now; year-round occupancy

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Real Estate Varna, city park, the Sea Garden

Major tourist and business destination, Varna is becoming the second Bulgarian city. Old world charm and easy affordable living have attracted both locals and expats.Come and visit our

  • Exclusive locations, 50m from the sea front park
  • Sale prices from €49,950
  • Year-round rental income
  • Low-cost flights from major EU cities

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Kavarna, Bulgaria   

Kavarna, Bulgaria is the hotspot for beach bums, nature lovers and golfers. Our selected beachfront properties offer an outstanding opportunity for investors.

  • One-bed apartments from 30,000 Euros
  • Breath taking sea view from most apartments
  • Kavarna beach- 300m
  • Gary Player Golf Courses- 10 min. driving
  • Varna International Airport- 45min. driving

Call us now for list of properties in Kavarna at +359885230477.


Sveti Vlas Beach Apartments Sale

Learn why the village of St Vlas near Sunny Beach has become the new pearl for property hunters on the Bulgarian Southern Black Sea  coast.

  • Open sea views from most units
  • Burgas Airport, 30min
  • Short walk to Sunny Beach
  • Excellent rental income

"With so many things to see and do in this culturally rich region, we are offering something more than a "beach and booze" experience."  Read more...

Sofia, Bulgaria Properties 

Let us advise you on some of the most exciting investment opportunities Sofia has to offer.

  • Sofia population doubled in 10 yrs
  • Growing expat community
  • Corporate tax reduced to 10%
  • Buy distressed property now.





Largest Greek store Notos to enter Bulgaria in Sofia Ring Mall

16 October 2013


The largest Greek department store chain Notos is to enter Bulgaria in the new Sofia Ring Mall, a JV project between the Fourlis Group, and New York-listed Danaos. Due to open next year, the mall will cost total investment of over €170m. 

Bansko in Bulgaria was found to offer the best value of 41 ski destinations in a cost-comparison survey by TripAdvisor

Britons seeking bargain ski trips will not have to break the bank if they visit Bansko in Bulgaria, according to a cost-comparison survey by TripAdvisor.

The eastern European resort was found to offer the best value of 41 ski destinations based on typical one-day-visit ski costs plus food and drink.

The costs amounted to just £104 at Bansko while a similar day on the slopes at Courchevel in France – the most-expensive destination – was as much as £432.

Other bargain resorts included Sochi in Russia (where the one-day costs were £137), Ordino Arcalis in Andorra (£138) and Arinsal in Andorra (£141).

In contrast costs were as high as £428 in St Moritz in Switzerland and £404 in Meribel in France.

The ninth least-expensive resort was the Cairngorms in Scotland where a one-day trip would set visitors back £173.

The survey covered the cost of one night’s hotel accommodation, one day’s ski pass, one day’s basic ski hire, a meal and a bottle of beer for the ski season from December 15 2013 to April 15 2014.

TripAdvisor spokesman James Kay said: “Eastern European destinations and Andorra offer the best value and, for those wanting to stay closer to home, it’s great to see a Scottish ski resort among the 10 least-expensive destinations.”

Bulgaria Real Estate Report Q1 2012

The Q112 BMI Bulgaria Retail Report forecasts that the country’s total retail sales will grow from an estimated BGN14.54bn (US$10.89bn) in 2011 to BGN17.69bn (US$13.26bn) in 2015. Key factors behind retail market expansion include rising disposable incomes and Bulgarians seeking the choice and low prices offered by foreign and domestic chains. EU membership achieved at the start of 2007 and a substantial amount of foreign direct investment (FDI) have allowed retailers to make significant inroads into the market, contributing to forecast average annual retail sales growth of 4.8% in local currency terms between 2011 and 2015.

Bulgaria’s nominal GDP in 2011 is forecast to be US$48.9bn, with growth of 2.7% expected for the year. Average annual GDP growth of 3.8% is forecast by BMI between 2011 and 2016. Although the population is predicted to decrease slightly, from 7.5mn in 2011 to 7.2mn by 2016, GDP per capita is forecast to grow by 36.5% to reach US$8,957.

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Russians drive Bulgaria's Black Sea coast property market

Russians drive Bulgaria's Black Sea coast property market Almost all of the deals for Black Sea coastal properties in the first half of this year involved Russian buyers, according to analysis by the real estate company Bulgarian Properties. Brokers and real estate officials believe the reason for this trend is the weak euro and low property prices.

Russians' interest in Bulgaria in particular has to do with the strong cultural ties and easy integration due to the similarities between the languages.

In the past five years, over 150,000 Russians have purchased apartments or houses in Bulgaria, which accounts for an investment worth more than 695m euros. Most of these buyers are middle-class families from Moscow and St Petersburg.

The boom in Russian property buyers replaces English and Irish buyers, who flooded the Black Sea and mountain resort areas during the property peak in 2006-2008. Terziev, a real estate consultant in the southern coastal town of Tzarevo, said English and Irish buyers are currently selling to Russians. Unlike the English and Irish, Russians don't rely on credit to buy property; they come with cash.

Currently, the profit margin is between 15% and 30%, which is quite normal, suggesting that the market is gradually beginning to regulate itself.

A study by Bulgarian Properties found that prices in the first half of the year have dropped by 5%, compared to a slide of 10% in 2010. Another positive signal is the significant increase in the number of deals, which was up 50%.



Bulgaria Back to Top 10 Best Places for British Buyers

August 13, 2011,

Bulgaria has partly regained its popularity among overseas buyers, breaking back into the top ten most popular real estate markets for Britons, according to a UK guide for residential property.

3.3% of all enquiries in July were directed at Bulgarian property, marking the country's return to the overseas property portal's top ten for the first time in three years, report said.

In the comparative list of overall enquiry volume for last month Bulgaria ranked seventh, overtaken by Brazil and followed by Turkey.

"As the Euro debt crisis continues, people are looking for bargain investments and holiday homes at low costs. Bulgaria's real estate sales have been improving all year, with buyers attracted by exceptionally low prices for winter property, so it's no surprise that interest has increased," commented the portal's director Dan Johnson.

The most popular destinations for a place in the sun overseas remain the same, with Spain staying in the top spot for a second month running. Together with France, USA and Portugal, the traditional destinations account for over a third of all property searches from buyers interested in property abroad.

Owning a second home abroad was once the preserve of the super-wealthy, but in the past decade a heady combination of TV property shows and cheap mortgages has convinced an estimated half a million Britons to buy their own place in the sun.

The value of UK-owned foreign property investments peaked at GBP 58 B in 2008, up from GBP 10 B in 2000.

Recently however British owners of second homes overseas, including Bulgaria, have been selling up due to falling rental income.