Tuesday, February 15, 2011


Article 21 of the Polish Constitution stipulates that "The Republic of Poland provides protection of the property and inheritance rights. Expropriation is acceptable only if it is performed for public purposes and against equitable compensation"
Your family lost their property and you don't know how to recover it?
You have problems with your real estate?
You can't get rid of nasty tenants?
You are prevented from using your own real estate?
Other co-owners of the real estate are making it difficult for you to access it?
Your family has owned a real estate for years, but the
ownership title has not been clearly established?

Poland 's entry into the European Union on 1 May 2004 was the culmination of wide-ranging political and economic transformation initiated in 1989. As a part of the Single European Market, Poland is still undergoing economic and social changes. With economic growth at 5.7% (2004 est.), a young, well-educated and ambitious labour force, location at the very heart of the continent and low corporate income tax (19%), Poland has become an exciting place for investors from around the world.
Because of its 38,6 million market and cheap and skilled labour force Poland is a very attractive place to invest in but not only for that reasons. Poland has prepared a number of economical incentives for foreign business to make it one of the most interesting and beneficial places in Europe to invest in.
Investors who benefit from the investment grants are eligible also for other forms of support, such as: tax relieves in Special Economic Zones, local tax relieves etc., however the total value of grants and other kind of public aid offered to the investor cannot exceed 50% of the investment outlays.
Poland is also one of the youngest countries on the continent - 35% of Poles are under 25 years of age.
The average price of 1 m2 of a new apartment on a real estate market in 2002 was 391,5 USD. The highest prices (691 USD) you can find in the central Poland with Warsaw as a capital where prices average between 750USD and 1250USD/m2. The cheapest apartment can be found in the south (with a strong mining industry and Katowice as a capital) priced at 256USD/m2.
Polish labour force is still very cheap. It costs just $3.0 an hour (including social security contributions) to employ a skilled manufacturing worker in Poland. In 2002 the average gross salary in Poland was estimated at 633 USD per month. The lowest guaranteed salary in Poland (from 01.01.2003) is 280 USD.
Ten reasons why it is worth investing in property in Poland
1. Poland has the biggest apartment market among the new EU members.
2. The price level in the most expensive town - Warsaw (average ca. 1100 EUR per sq meter) is still low in comparison with other EU states.
3. Poland is going to face systematic increases in apartment prices - only last year the prices increased by over 12%. A systematic increase in prices by ca. 10% annually is foreseen.
4. Migration to the biggest towns. Large discrepancies between salaries in big towns (particularly Warsaw) and the rest of the country result in permanent strong inflow of population (new clients) to these towns. The surveys show that 60% of the purchasers of new apartments in Warsaw are persons who were not born there. Other promising markets are Krakow, Wroclaw, Tricity ( Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot) and Poznan.
5. Low quality of apartments built under the socialist regime. In 15-20 years first demolitions will take place. At the same time, the purchasers prefer buying newly built apartments. This ensures permanent demand for the currently built apartments for many years.
6. Strong, systematic increase in GDP, on average by ca. 5% during the last decade.
7. Systematic increase in real salaries results in increase in purchase power of the Poles.
8. The perspective of joining the EURO zone increases confidence in the Polish currency which remains stable and even gains in strength in relation to Euro. At the same time Poland is one of few states that did not experience currency crisis.
9. Huge potential of the apartment market. The level of apartment loans in relation to GDP in Poland does not exceed 5% of GDP as compared to almost 50% in the EU.
10. Unlike purchase of other property, purchase of apartments by the foreigners is free of any permission.
Purchase of real estate by foreginers
Purchasing property by foreigners is governed by the provisions of the Act of 24 March 1920 on Purchase of Real Estate by Foreigners with further amendments. The general rule is that foreigners require a permit from the Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration to buy real estate.
The following real estates you may buy without the obligation to obtain a permit
• Purchase of independent residential premises
• Purchase by a controlled corporate entity, for its statutory purposes, of undeveloped real estate in urban areas if their total area in the entire country does not exceed 4,000 m 2
• Purchase of real estate by a foreigner who has been residing in Poland for at least five years from the issuance of a permanent residence permit
• Purchase by a foreigner whose spouse is a Polish national and who has resided in Poland for at least two years from the issuance of a permanent residence permit, of real estate that will become the joint property of both spouses
• Purchase of real estate by a foreigner if, on the day of purchase, the foreigner is entitled to statutory succession after the assignor of the real estate, provided that the assignor was its legal owner or perpetual usufructuary for at least five years
• Purchase of real estate by a foreign bank, which is a mortgagee, after an ineffective auction under enforcement proceedings
Cases where a permit is required
A permit is required in each case of real estate purchase, i.e. acquisition of ownership title or perpetual usufruct right to real estate on the basis of a legal transaction.

The following require a permit:
• Purchase of real estate
• Purchase or taking up of shares in a commercial company which has a registered place of business in the Republic of Poland and is the legal owner or perpetual usufructuary of the real estate
European Economic Area (EEA) nationals and entrepreneurs must obtain a permit in the following cases:
• To purchase agricultural and forest land - for 12 years after Poland became a member of the EU (i.e. until 2 May 2016),
• To purchase a second home (i.e. the real estate which is intended to be developed for residential or recreational purposes and which will not be used by a foreigner as the habitual residence) - for five years after Poland became a member of the EU (i.e. until 1 May 2009).
However, EEA foreigners will not be required to obtain a permit during those transitory periods in the following cases:
to purchase agricultural land situated in:
• the eight western and northern provinces - after the end of the seven year period since the execution of a lease contract (date of execution must be certified), if during that period they have pursued farming in person on the land concerned and have legally resided in Poland,
• the eight central and eastern provinces - after the end of the three year period since the execution of a lease contract (date of execution must be certified), if during that period they have pursued farming in person on the land concerned and have legally resided in Poland
to purchase a second home:
• if the purchaser has legally and continuously resided in Poland for at least four years, or for the purpose of pursuing business activities in the form of tourist services

Wednesday, March 25, 2009


Attractive parcel with possibility to build, with a view of the river canyon and the Tatra Mts, ski lift http://www.lubinka.com.pl/, beautiful location, an attractive tourist destination. Media (water, electricity, gas) in the street.

Atrakcyjna działka, do zabudowy, z widokiem na dolinę Dunajca i Tatry, wyciąg narciarski http://www.lubinka.com.pl/, przepiękne położenie, atrakcyjna turystycznie miejscowość. Media (woda, prąd, gaz) w ulicy.

Saturday, December 09, 2006


Irishmen Build Homes in Wilanów

December 5, 2006

A new residential quarter called Patrick's Homes is under construction in Wilanów near Przyczółkowa Street. This will be a complex of 18 freestanding, duplex and row houses of between 250 and 390 square meters. The complex was designed by the Staner architectural studio. The investor is IONA Investments Sp. z o.o., a company established by Irishmen Kevin Fitzsimons and Joseph Anthony Kenny. For years, Fitzsimons and Kenny have invested in housing projects, office and commercial buildings, restaurants, bars, public utility buildings and hotels in Ireland, England and the United States. The first investment to start the Irishmen's operations as developers in Warsaw was Patrick's House, a secluded project comprising 52 apartments in Żoliborz. The completion of Patrick's Homes is planned for the first quarter of 2008. The general contractor is Adpol-Hurt Sp. z o.o.

(The Warsaw Voice )

Apartments Selling Like Hot Cakes

December 5, 2006

As runaway demand pushes up housing prices, customers are ready to snap up just about any new apartment, either for their own occupation or as an investment. In a situation reminiscent of the early years of Poland's market economy, even bare "holes in the ground" are selling instantly, with the apartments still on the drawing board. The Polish housing market has gained enormous momentum since the country joined the European Union on May 1, 2004. As builders strive to meet European quality standards, prices are also rising to higher levels, though, for the time being, they are still lower than elsewhere in Europe. Specialists say demand for premium apartments will continue to run high as long as there is demand for luxury in general. Developers do not even bother to promote their projects because most new apartments are selling anyway-and long before they are constructed. Housing construction is increasingly lucrative business these days, and prices are rising so fast that many developers are backpedaling on their preliminary agreements with clients (choosing to pay penalty interest) only to sell the same apartment for a much higher price the next day.

(Gazeta Bankowa 01.12.2006)

Wednesday, September 20, 2006



Under request, we will send more details as well as other offers, accordingly to your interest.

  1. FUEL WHOLESALE COMPANY with 2 stations of fuels. Localization Gorzów Wielkop. concession till 2010, near highway. Own railroad for unloading 3 wagons simultaneously from refinery Schwedt (Germany). A plot of the ground: 0,94 ha rented from the State, possibility to buy ownership (150 thousand zloty). Monthly sale of fuel: 3-3,5 mln liters.

Price: 3mln zloty

Such fuel enterprises I may offer much more, in all regions of Poland

  1. PLANT of meat processing (processing industry) modern effective plant, lodge fitted for EU requirements. Price 60 million zloty, private ownership. Area: 6 ha, production hall: 12 thousand sq. m., / production capacity daytime 50 tone / annual sale 70 million zł. Employment 250 person ca. / Possibly export to RUSSIA and Korea. Region: Wielkopolska , 100 km from Poznan.
  2. Pension House over sea 200 apartments, each with 2 chamber, kitchen, bathroom, to be finished. Surface: 4100m2, a plot: 3,5 ha, price 2,5 million zloty, region: near Koszalin
  3. Pension House 80 rooms / coast marine / construction closed, to be finished 750 thousand €. Region: near Szczecin
  4. To be sold shared in pharmaceutical firm, + a project to build a new plant in economic zone (free of income tax), the new investment value: 100 mln zlotych, production of anti cancer medicine, contracts for sale in Spain, USA, others, rentibility of production 60-80%. Price for 35% shares: 45 mln zloty. Jelenia Gora
  5. Building office 2188 m2 , total surface 3315 m2, 6 floors, 723 m2 rented to a bank. - a yearly income: 450.000zł. A plot of land: 6600 m2 200 parking places. Price: 5.000.000 zloty. Katowice
  6. A House for old and retired people. Regions of Jelenia Gora, - in the proximity several health resort hot spring – capability rehabilitation, sanatorium treatment, access to provincial hospital, proximity of famous health resort in Karpacz and Szklarska, near German and Czech border. 200 m to promenade, city-hall, parks, squares, clubs, restaurants. hot springs 75 - 90 – deg. Celsius. Forecasted income (after modernization): 15 million zl per month Price: 4 mln zł., necessary modernization: 7 mln zl.
  7. For sale – 3 mines of stones: granite, basalt, sienit. Stocks of stones from 20 till 60 mln tone, is enough to exploit for 10 years. These quarries produce road stone on requirements of the highways exclusively. Structure of highway in Poland currently require outsized amount of stone. It still exist lack of stone suppliers. Rentibility\: 30%

Prices: 26 mln zł., 5,5 mln zł. and 5,3 mln. South Poland - Silesia.

Description of each mine on request.

  1. HEAT POWER PLANTS, majority of 80% shares to be bought – price 60 mln zł. Cost modernization network heating plant 400 million zl. Guaranteed profit 25% after modernization. Katowice. Also possible to be bought other heat power plants of the region.