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Prior to joining the EU, Slovenia was a difficult country for foreigners to buy property in that it was necessary for the buyer to apply to the Slovenian Ministry of Justice and request formal permission. This requirement has been dropped and it is not possible to buy property in the country with no restrictions. This has meant that property investors have bought property in the country in their drives due to the outstanding natural beauty of the country and the high potential for tourism.

Property pricing is not cheap in Slovenia partly because since they entered the EU in 2004, they allowed any foreign nation to purchase property, in fact there were also some agreements between preferred nations that allowed the purchase of property prior to EU acceptance and this inevitably drove the prices higher.

Pricing ranges from €65,000 for a quaint 1 bedroom cottage in the Lake Bled region to €1,000,000 mansions in the capital, Ljubljana.

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