Is a reservation of a real property always binding and subject to a fee?
No, a prospective buyer can reserve a property for up to 2 days without a commitment. This can be done in person, over the phone, or by e-mail, after a viewing or a meeting with...
I am interested in a property you offer. How can i contact you?
Our sales team is available to you on business days from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. You can arrange a viewing of any of the properties we offer by telephone or you can visit our...
Can several properties be viewed during a single meeting?
Yes, it is possible to visit several properties during a single meeting, as long as it is logistically possible, with a view to the location of the properties in which the client is interested and...
If a property is purchased during a marriage, it becomes a part of the spouses’ common property (“CP”) if the couple is married pursuant to the laws of the Czech Republic. That means that it belongs to both spouses indivisibly, and both spouses are liable (solidary liability) for any obligations arising in connection with a mortgage used to pay the purchase price or a part thereof. Nevertheless, CP may be narrowed by a notarial record and a property may be extracted from CP. If a property is extracted from CP and a mortgage has been provided for its purchase which has also been extracted from CP, only the spouse who owns the property will be liable for its repayment.
Another way that one spouse alone can acquire a property is by acquiring it with funds obtained prior to the marriage or received as a gift or inheritance during the marriage. Such funds do not become part of CP.
In the case of a divorce, the following options are available for a property owned as part of CPi:
If the property is encumbered with a mortgage, both divorcing spouses bear solidary liability for it, i.e., jointly and severally. Mortgage settlement options: