Romania and Bulgaria have become very attractive real estate markets and are among the investors’ favourite Eastern European destinations, according to the international consultancy company DTZ, quoted by

Sofia is also a good real estate market for the developers despite it being smaller than Bucharest. The DTZ experts reckon that this interest in the two EU candidate countries is a natural trend noticed in the other new member states. The adventurous investors are already working in Poland, Czech Republic or Hungary, the DTZ reports writes.