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In recent years, in the cosmopolitan city of Limassol, there has been an impressive growth in the real estate sector, with the demand for buy-to-let apartments constantly increasing. The strong business activity of multinational companies and their willingness to move their headquarters or branches to a safe and investment-friendly destination, such as Limassol, has contributed in this direction and because of this there is a demand in the city for apartments for rent from a large number of highly paid workforce. The utilization of the investment dynamics of high-yield apartments, especially when it comes to buy-to-let, offers many advantages to the investor who will invest initial capital, which will bring him an active income with a stable depreciation rate.

Sunset Gardens in Limassol offers apartments with a yield of over 8% and an expected increase in value of more than 25%. It borders the City of Dreams Mediterranean, Europe’s largest casino, MyMall and the new Golf course. It is only one kilometer from Lady’s Mile, the most developing beach in the city and only 10 km from the business and commercial zone of Limassol.

Sunset Gardens by Imperio is considered one of the most innovative, ecologically sustainable and integrated housing projects in Cyprus. It consists of 315 apartments and has, among others, swimming pools, restaurant, supermarket, business center, gym, as well as tennis and basketball courts. This pioneering residential development is framed by 40,000 trees and plants, while it is designed with the orientation of sustainability and the harmonious coexistence of the inhabitants with the natural environment. In particular, it is designed to use renewable energy sources for most of its operational needs. In particular, it will have photovoltaic systems, a system for the treatment and use of water for water supply of the green spaces, as well as a waste management system, following global standards. In conclusion, it is an excellent opportunity for buy-to-let investment, with low cost and high returns.