"The great interest in homes in the Estonian countryside in recent years show the Norwegians, Germans and French," - says the head of the firm Pindi Kinnisvara Peep Sooman, according to whom the goods and began farming the land.
Since May 1, will disappear in force until now to foreigners restrictions on the sale of agricultural land and forest land. Farmers, real estate experts and politicians unanimously find that foreigners could start buying up cheap land.
The average price of forest or field station in Estonia is significantly lower than in other European countries. In Estonia it is 1000-2000 euros per hectare, which is about five times lower than in Poland. In addition, the purchasing power of the Estonians is much smaller than, for example, Finns or Swedes.
Real estate expert T?nu Toompark acknowledged that the Estonian market, of course, come the speculators who try to buy land cheaply in order to subsequently sell it more expensively.