Profit from sport – Bansko property prices set for a further rise Thursday 4 October 2007 PDF Print As winter approaches holiday thoughts turn to skiing or snowboarding and choosing that destination for sport and fun. But now could be the time to be thinking of living the dream with a new holiday home and profitable property investmentfrom Britannia Overseas Property. Bansko has received many accolades including most recently from The Ski Club of Great Britain, describing Banskoas one of the most well developed ski resorts in Eastern Europe and in recent years there has been substantial investment in the lifts and the accommodation in the resort. As well as the modern developments, however, there is also an attractive old town and the resort is surrounded by the spectacular Pirin Mountains. The affordability of Bansko and the increase in low cost flights including the recently launched easyjet route to Sofia will result in an increased number of visitors offering the investor greater rental opportunities and continued growth in Bansko property prices. The time to act is now. Britannia Overseas Property has been granted one of the last building permits to develop Regency Court which is perfectly located 250 meters from the Gondola station. Regency Court is a luxury development of just 59 apartments, with spa facilities and heated ski rooms and prices starting at only £24,995. Britannia are so confident about the rental potential of this development they are offering a guaranteed rental return of 6% per annum for the first two years. Launched last weekend 30% of apartments have sold already. Visit britop.com or visit Britannia at the Metro Ski and Snowboard show, Olympia. For those who are looking to hit the slopes Britannia Overseas Property has been working in conjunction with The Ski Club of GB to provide these Top 10 Winter Sports Tips: 1) Always take out travel insurance that covers you for winter sports activities. Read the small print...you can easily get caught out. 2) If you are going on your ski holiday during peak dates try and pre-book ski school. They can often get booked up during half term holidays 3) Don't forget the essentials - hat, goggles, gloves, ski socks and your thermals 4) Make sure you always wear sunscreen on the slopes. Even if it is cloudy you can get burnt. Panda eyes are not the best look! 5) Get up early and catch the first lift - it is the quietest time to be on the slopes. 6) Drinks lots of water and avoid too much alcohol. It is easy to get dehydrated at altitude 7) Try and dry your ski or snowboard boots each evening. There is nothing worse than wet, cold boots in the morning. All Britannia’s developments have heated ski rooms and lockers. 8) Check the snow reports and weather forecast before you go. 9) Take lots of layers when you are on the slopes. This is the best way to stay warm and if you get too hot you can take some layers off. 10) Warm up and cool down after skiing - and take lots of baths (or Jacuzzis) to avoid those aching muscles. For further details please contact: Angela Coyle Britannia Overseas Property 59 Newton Road Swansea 01792 366500 firstname.lastname@example.org www.britop.com This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Britannia Overseas Property in the following categories: Men's Interest, Leisure & Hobbies, Sport, Travel, Construction & Property, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.