Pristina Kosovo Real Estate

Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic tried to stop the exodus from Kosovo by forcing Serb refugees to live in cramped accommodation in southern Serbia. With more Kosovar Serbs fleeing every day, ethnic Albanians in Belgrade enjoy a buyers "market and are ready to exchange for the goods offered by Kosovar Serbs. I have tried to find out more about the influx of ethnic Albanians who are swapping apartments and houses in Belgrade for Serb abandoned homes in Kosovo, as Serbs continue to leave the province that their security forces fought so brutally to preserve. Since the Serbian army destroyed the largest city in the former Yugoslavia, Pristina, the capital of the second largest province of Serbia, some 20,000 Albanians have moved from their homes in northern Kosovo to the homes of the displaced Serbs in Pristina.

The Serbs want to leave their country, but the Albanians want to buy and stay here, "said Biljana Zivic, an agent.

The ethnic conflict between Serbs and Albanians in Kosovo forced families to flee Kosovo in the summer of 1999. The squatters were later forced out of their homes, and tens of thousands of Serbs fled Kosovo to escape a wave of revenge attacks, leaving their empty homes.

At the same time, violence against minorities was widespread, causing thousands of Serbs, Albanians and other ethnic minorities in Kosovo to flee for fear of reprisals from Kosovo's Albanian population. Even after the conflict, many of the properties abandoned by the Serbs or other minorities, especially large, abandoned estates that had previously belonged to the Serbs, were abandoned after the conflict. Many of the Albanian returnees from Kosovo moved into these abandoned properties after finding their homes damaged or destroyed, causing an unauthorized secondary occupation of these properties. Although some properties were privately owned, they were transferred to public ownership, which was later distributed in the same way as the abandoned property.

Based on our field research and facts, we later developed our first map of abandoned properties in Kosovo in June 2000 and the first map of real estate in Serbia in October 2001. You can also use the search box to find the properties on the extended satellite map and check the exact location of the objects on this map. Perform an intelligent property search and find the ideal property for your Kosovo in the top right of the map or bottom left.

If you are thinking of selling your own property in Kosovo, please read our ad page for all the details, including the agent accounts. Real estate ads in Kosovo are updated daily, so you can contact the owner or agent directly.

We provide our best services to ensure our customers a first-class stay in Kosovo. We will provide all the details of the property as well as all our services to ensure your client a premium stay in Kosovo.

M1 is a real estate agency where you can find a lot of apartments. Add us to the list of the best real estate agencies for renting or buying houses in any town or city in Kosovo. We will be happy to add you to the list of the best real estate agencies for renting or buying houses in towns and municipalities in Serbia.

We offer apartments for short term visitors who come to Kosovo for business or vacation, as well as for long term residents of Kosovo. We offer a wide range of apartments in the city of Kosovar and other towns and municipalities in Serbia for short-term visitors who come to Kosovo for business and vacation.

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In 2016, the Kosovo Assembly amended the Constitution to strengthen the independence of the judiciary in line with EU requirements. OPIC has supported Kosovo's efforts to develop its economy, education, health care, infrastructure and social services.

The decision, signed by Kosovo Prime Minister Isa Mustafa, immediately obliges the Kosovo Cadastral Authority to register the assets of the former state military administration under its own list of Kosovo real estate. It was instructed to register "all properties in Kosovo that cover more than 1.5 million square meters of land, including 1,000 hectares of former military and administrative property," EURACTIV partner Beta said.

The price of apartments and houses in Pristina has increased by more than 100 percent in the last five years, while land prices have increased by about 300 percent in the same period. The population has also swelled, thousands of people have emigrated, many more buildings have been built and the Directorate of Housing and Real Estate has opened three offices for those who have fled Kosovo.

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