One way they are doing this is by investing in land markets, which have proven to be one of the most profitable opportunities for investors from around the world, given that there's no capital gains tax on profits made off selling real estate investments here.
Ukraine is an emerging economy with a substantial investment focus. One area that has been profitable for investors in Ukraine's developing state could be land markets, specifically farmland and commercial properties such as office buildings or shopping centers located near major transportation hubs like airports. Tain stations provide easy access to other parts of Europe.
Investors who buy large tracts may also have options when selling: they might list separately on third-party sites where buyers communicate directly. There are different types, including private agreements between parties.
This October, a new bill will be voted on that could potentially expand who can buy agricultural land and own properties there. This means today. Only Ukrainians have access to 100 hectares per person. If passed into law, everyone could purchase the additional property until they reach 300 ha each. The referendum's goal would then shift towards permanently giving these people full rights as taxpayers, so we'll see what happens next.