Demand for housing in Burgas is greater than supply
New construction projects now expand the city towards the mainland - and some of them are quite large
The week: Borissov’s EU accomplices, Energy woes and 2.25 billion euro in state bonds
EPP’s selective vision of graft in Bulgaria, Deadly police corruption and some good business news
Where are the Ukrainian refugees heading to?
Bulgaria faces the uphill task of having to find accommodation for 60,000 refugees currently in seaside hotels whose owners want to kick off their summer holiday season. Integrating them in society and in the labor market are now pressing priorities
Black Sea tourism to suffer from the war in Ukraine
Bulgarian seaside tourism is already reeling from the tensions in the region, while raising prices by 30%
2022 starts with a 100% increase in real estate deals in Nessebar and 9% in Sofia
Nessebar joins top 10
Bulgaria offers the cheapest sunniest real estate in Europe
A ranking published on money.co.uk explores where sunlight costs the least if you buy real estate in Europe. Bulgaria leads with Ruse in number 1 position, followed by Vratsa and Veliko Tarnovo
The week: A very expensive winter is coming, the "disrupters" enter the political center and new cars sales grow fast
GERB, salaries and energy bills all head north
Who owns Bulgaria’s beaches?
Beach concessions remain reserved territory for selected players - mainly people said to have been connected with mafia-style structures in the past and owners of big hotel chains
The loneliest summer
While small towns on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast enjoy the return of domestic tourists, large resorts traditionally relying on foreigner visitors look deserted
What is the Bulgarian mafia – and why does it matter?
"Thugs – out" and "Mafia" have become the signature chants of this summer’s anti-governmental protests. There are deeply rooted reasons for this.
Bristol writer Tom Phillips: Coming to Bulgaria? Don‘t worry, relax.
Travelling is the new rock n roll
Is Bulgaria,s real estate market maturing or overheating?
The growth in activity and prices has noticeably slowed but there are no indications of a drop
When it walks like corruption, when it quacks like corruption
While the Bulgarian authorities appear to be cracking down on some allegedly corrupt officials and businessmen, oligarchic interests favored by those in power receive a significant economic boost
Agriculture: Good Crop, Low Prices
Bulgaria has reached a historic record in wheat production but revenues in the sector are growing slightly
The Deputy-PM Waging Multiple Wars at Once
Valeri Simeonov has proven himself as the most racy and controversial member of the third Borissov cabinet
The words you need to know this month
SujukGate. Borissov the Polyglot. Valeri the Silencer in Slanchaka.