Limassol’s real estate market exhibits stability, with a slight uptick in residential property prices observed in Q1 2022. This trend is especially noticeable for apartments, particularly within Limassol and Nicosia. Despite being relatively pricier than other districts in Cyprus, Limassol presents good value due to its developed infrastructure, robust business environment, and comprehensive educational institutions.
The city’s popularity as a tourist destination coupled with its vibrant nightlife enhances its attractiveness as a place of residence or investment. Infrastructure-wise, it boasts a modern port and international airport complemented by an extensive road network.