Friday, November 17, 2006

We Have Added More Value to Our Services

The LandBlueBook Team would like to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving, and we hope that you and your loved ones have many things to be thankful for this year. We certainly have a great deal to be grateful for, among which is your constant support. Thanks to you we are rapidly becoming one of the fastest growing real estate websites in the world. is always striving to provide you with services that are beneficial to you and will help you improve your business. Below you will find a table of the current services we offer.

In our effort to improve the services we provide to our users, we are very pleased to tell you that we have added More Value to Our Services. These added benefits will only be available Free of charge until December 31st. Below you will find a table detailing the new benefits.

We hope the table above shows you how much we care about your business, and how we are willing to modify our business practices to better benefit you. We would like to encourage you to take advantage of all we have to offer.

The sooner you join the LandBlueBook family, the sooner you can start using our services to expand your business!

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Fancy a property on Black Sea coast!

"Located in South Eastern Europe, Bulgaria is bordered by Greece and Turkey to the South, Romania to the North and Macedonia and Serbia to the West. Its Eastern Border is formed by the Black Sea Coast. The Black Sea Coast is a major tourist destination and property prices are increasing rapidly with many overseas investors entering the market because of its high growth potential. Since the country is not yet an EU member, it doesn't have the steep tax structure and production costs that make second homes cost prohibitive in EU countries.

According to an international real estate company, majority of demand for Bulgarian property currently originates from investors in overseas property from the UK and Ireland. When multinational companies look for cost-effective locations for headquarters or major distribution outlets, central and eastern European cities often catch their attention. For example, the Bulgarian capital city, Sofia, is the most popular among international companies, thus directly impacting the property market. Recent entrants include Microsoft, Deutsche Bank, and Google. Hewlett Packard too has recently outsourced its IT operations to Bulgaria. Other multinational companies investing include General Motors, Capital One and Ford, plus retail giants Marks and Spencer and Intersport." read more

By Jhini Sinha Phira,