Invest in Austrian Property

Why should I buy a Property in Austria?  
Voted one of the safest Countries

Austria was voted 7th safest/secure country in the World for people and property also government stability etc..


 Austria is not just a ski destination 

Yes, we know it is famous for its Alps and cosy Austrian Wooden chalets! But, leaving aside ski-ing for a moment, have you ever stopped to consider what is underneath all that white stuff that people skim over at great speed?


Well when the snow melts, out come the meadow flowers and the mountain slopes are turned into a glorious canvas of yellow and green stretching for as far as the eye can see. The Spring days are warm and the streams gush crystal clear water as the mountain snows rapidly melt.  


Then there is summer in the mountains. No, not cold as you would think; temperatures regularly reach the high 80s so, swimming in the lakes and sunbathing are just as normal as on the Spanish costas! The cable cars are filled with walkers and groups wanting to experience the heady atmosphere of high altitude and the views that are afforded across the alpine mountain ranges.  


Following behind these hot summers come the golden autumns, when the leaves on the trees turn to shades of gold and burnished copper creating picture postcard scenes.


And of course, we have Winter, when the snow starts to fall and the land goes to sleep. So then what is there to look forward to? A white Christmas of course!


This makes Austria an all year round location!



Property for sale in Austria is still reasonably priced and there are many bargains, particularly in the eastern regions, such as Lower Austria and Burgenland, which is the Wine growing region, and known as Austria'a Tuscany!! Then for the ski fan there is the Alpine region of Hockar between Salzburg and Vienna.  The prices here are approx 50% of a similar property in the well know resorts of Zell am see etc..
Austria certainly makes for a good investment, particularly with it's 4 seasons you can make good returns on your money by renting your property year round for holidays.
Austria boasts some of the best ski areas in Europe and as such these areas are popular with foreign buyers, especially as holiday homes.It is certainly not an expensive investment, as a re-sale studio apartment can start from as little as £30,000 or less depending on area! The trick is to keep away from the well know ski areas promoted by the Tour Operators and look at the villages and slopes popular with the locals.
It is a clean, safe country in which to live or have an investment home. There is little crime in the countryside areas. The hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions are invariably spotless. The lakes and rivers are maintained at "drinking water" quality and there is no litter anywhere.
Strict recycling laws are in place to keep the environment safe. Public transport is excellent; the buses are regular and clean, non smoking and air conditioned. Transport is properly 'connected' - the buses run in conjunction with the railway stations and airports etc. Austria is rich in music and culture. Mozart & Strauss were both born here, but you will find that Austrians manage to happily mix modern pop and rock music alongside these famous composers.  
Visit our Parent site to view all current properties in Austria.


The opportunities to buy in Austria are extensive. You can chose from a small ski chalet or an apartment or even your own Castle!


This site is to show what possibilities there are for investing in Property in Austria.. We have kept away from the main tourist resorts and covered the areas generally untouched, where you can still get a bargain property.


We want to give to our clients the best possible service. and as new developments and renovation projects become available, that we feel offer good value as well as good facilities, we will add these to our site.


You can also visit our parent site for all types of property in Austria.

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