Msida, Malta Malta (PressExposure) March 15, 2007 -- âWe normally see a drop off in enquiries a few months before any rice levelling but demand for Malta Property this year is every bit as strong as before and at the moment we can only see prices going one way in the short term at least - and that's upâ said bestmaltaproperty.com representative.
A new website [http://www.bestmaltaproperty.com] has been recently launched and now anyone can buy or sell property with zero commission. Itâs a completely new concept for the Maltese property market. This new state of the art web based portal allows anyone to view property for sale and contact directly the owner, no intermediaries whatsoever thus allowing buyers and sellers to save thousands of liri. Younger couples can now search the vast property listings from the comfort of their own home, whilst sellers and property developers can list their property and contact information in minutes and advertising their property online for free. At the moment Malta is also witnessing growth from foreign property investors. They are taking advantage of Malta's year-round sun, beaches and culture, thus this website is also advertising Maltese property to the foreign market.
Property prices in Malta rose 40 per cent over the last two years. After years of the property market being static, it was too quick but it didn't stop Malta and its sister island, Gozo, being sought after by those looking for a Mediterranean holiday home.
International Real estate experts are still advising their clients to keep investing heavily in the Maltese property market at least up to 2010. [http://www.bestmaltaproperty.com] website allows Maltese contractors and property owners to connect with international sellers