Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 28 December 2014

Buy a Donegal holiday home... get a Bulgarian apartment free

NORTHERN Ireland people buying a holiday home in Donegal are being offered a free apartment in Bulgaria in an amazing ‘buy one get one free’ deal.
NORTHERN Ireland people buying a holiday home in Donegal are being offered a free apartment in Bulgaria in an amazing ‘buy one get one free’ deal.
Two for one: a free flat in Bulgaria is thrown in for anyone wishing to buy a Donegal home

Northern Ireland people buying a holiday home in Donegal are being offered a free apartment in Bulgaria in an amazing ‘buy one get one free’ deal.

PJD Construction (Carndonagh) Ltd largely targets Northern Ireland buyers for its holiday developments in Donegal.

It has a residential development, Lough Fern Heights in north Donegal, which consists of 44 semi-detached and terraced three and four-bedroomed homes.

The company said 95% of the houses in the development sold out earlier this year in a short period of time. But with the downturn in the economy, it realised it was more difficult to sell the remaining five properties.

So it has offered a free fully fitted Bulgarian apartment with each sale.

According to managing director PJ Doherty, Northern Ireland people buying second homes make up a large part of the firm’s clientelle.

He added: “Historically Donegal has the lowest house prices in the country; nevertheless we are aware of the current challenges in the market and we responded accordingly.

“The properties at Lough Fern Heights start at €210,000 and we are delighted to offer five new customers a free luxurious apartment in Bulgaria with each of our Lough Fern Heights properties.

“It is a unique position for any buyer to be in — suddenly becoming the owner of a holiday investment property which has the potential for income and capital growth in the medium term.

“There are no hidden costs and we look after the legal fees in Bulgaria.”

Privacy Beach Resort is a four-star holiday complex located 12 miles from the Black Sea capital of Varna, which is easily accessible from Belfast and Dublin.

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