It is great that you have decided to buy or invest in property that is in Bulgaria, but you may not know what to expect. When buying in Bulgaria, you can expect a lot of things, from great priced real estate to a variety of types of real estate to buy. Bulgaria is a land full of property waiting to be invested in, that is what you can expect when buying in Bulgaria,Depending on what city in Bulgaria you are choosing to get property in can vastly change the type of property available. For instance, if you were to get property in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, then you would most likely be looking for apartments or maybe a house, since Sofia is the most developed property market in Bulgaria. Now, there is a broader range of what to expect on a real estate market through out Bulgaria and is as follow:o Beach apartments: One area in Bulgaria is known as Sunny Beach, it is an international beach resort. There is private land hear to build apartments or holiday villages. Of course, this means that there are apartments available for rent or you could buy one and rent it out. There are other beach resorts in Bulgaria where the same sort of real estate market is, just not to the same potential as Sunny Beach.o Ski Resorts: Of course there are ski resorts in the mountains of Bulgaria. These are probably the most difficult to obtain property in, but it is possible to find it in some resorts. Your best bet here is to buy some residential property in one the neighboring villages and rent or live in it there.o Let’s not forget to mention the properties available on the Black Sea. This does fall under the category of beach apartments, and Sunny Beach is one of the resorts on the coast of the Black sea. The reason in mentioning this is that you may be able to find some great summer houses along the coast of Bulgaria. If you do not want to visit it yourself, you can always rent out your summer house.o Residential Real Estate: there are houses, apartments, condominiums, and more. Depending on your current citizen status, you could even buy some land and build a house in Bulgaria. All of these types of residential properties can be for sale or for rent, heck you can even buy your property and put it up for rent. It all depends on what you are looking for and what your needs are.When buying in Bulgaria you can expect a wide range of property to be available, some at reasonable prices and others a little high priced. It all depends on what you want and where you want it. Rest assured, your real estate dreams can come true when you are buying in Bulgaria because of the vast number of properties and property types that are available. When buying in Bulgaria you can expect anything.
CLEP exams, Community College, and Scholarships can be confusing topics when homeschooling in high school. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was just one single source for information, so you could figure it all out easily? It seems like there is conflicting information out there!You might have heard that if your child attends a community college, that eliminates your opportunity for a scholarship. This isn’t always true but here is the big problem. Universities are each unique companies, with their own policies. There isn’t a single answer out there. Each college will do it differently. They may each decide whether or not to accept AP or CLEP tests – and decide if they will be given credit, placement, or used for outside documentation only. They each get to decide their policy on who gets scholarships as well – just those who demonstrate “need” or those who have superior test scores. Those decisions are usually based on only one thing: what will increase their ranking nationally. They will determine what is the best business decision for their company.Meanwhile, their crazy and widely-varied policies can drive applicants CRAZY!! I would love to tell you that you can ALWAYS get scholarships with CLEP or Community College – but that’s not true. I would love to tell you that you will NEVER get scholarships, if that were true, just to help you with your planning – but that’s not true either!If you know a college has one policy, it’s tempting to think ALL colleges have that policy. If only that were the case! To be honest, some colleges accept AP (some don’t.) Some accept CLEP (some don’t.) Some accept Community College (some don’t.) And you really can’t give an answer for all colleges. I’m sure that the speaker honestly believed that their experience would apply to all colleges – but it doesn’t.The university that my children go to had a unique policy. They would allow 1 year by credit (CLEP or AP) and 1-2 years of community college. They would not allow more than two years of a combined experience, and you had to attend that university for a full 2 years in order to receive a degree from them. In our situation, then, our CLEP and Community College credits all acted as outside documentation that our homeschool had been effective. They provided “data points” showing that my homeschool 4.0 was in fact accurate. It strengthened our overall college admission package, making us a better business investment for their scholarship money.Your best plan is to check with your Number One college, and find out their policy. If you don’t have a first choice policy yet (unlikely for younger kids, I know!) then you may want to carefully read the policy on the four colleges where your child is most likely to apply.I wish I could really clarify the issue for you. The truth is that you’ll just have to check with each individual university to see what policy they have.