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The investment aspect also concerns the acquisition of real estate by foreign investors, which is discussed in the second chapter. The Polish regulations governing the area of acquiring real estate are commonly considered as a serious impediment to the free flow of capital between Poland and the European Union since the requirements set to foreigners are usually very complicated and constitute a real logistic and financial challenge to them.
However, despite the existing formal obstacles to acquiring real estate by foreigners, Poland is still perceived as a country that is attractive to foreign investors operating in this segment of the market. Opinions made by representatives of companies with foreign capital on the formal and legal consequences of acquiring real estate in Poland come from the authors‘ own research, which is presented in the last part of the discussed chapter.
Taking decisions concerning making investments on the real estate market necessitates examining the reaction of this market (through checking the current prices and transactions made) to the changes made in the urban development plan of the area to be invested in. The focus is here on how the land value changes depending on the planning state of the urban space and on land value changes occurring in dynamically developing suburban areas. These problems are discussed in the third and last chapter of the work.
The book is addressed to corporate and retail investors as well as to would-be investors on the real estate market and to any other stakeholders in the investment process.