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Guide to buying in Bulgaria

Westhill Investments has issued a buyers’ guide for potential investors in the Bulgarian property market.This follows Westhill coming across a number of disappointed property buyers who made fundamental purchasing errors.

Dominic Hicks, director at Westhill, says: “It’s in nobody’s interest to have disappointed customers. We want people spreading the word that Bulgaria is a great country to visit and invest in.”

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