Palts defeats Russian army in CrimeaLocal News
- Estonian president's office doesn't want residence set up at Liberty estateLocal News
- RKAS cleared, corruption suspicions remainEconomy
- Pentus-Rosimannus possibly involved with ArsenalLocal News
- Port waiting for ideas for development competitionLocal News
- LHV aiming for wealthier EstoniansEconomy
- Secret brokers' database under investigationLocal NewsBrokers have collected information on real estate transactions including addresses in the password-protected tehingud.ee database for years. The database includes information on sale of apartments, including dates and prices. Valuable information for sure; however, making information as detailed as this publicly available is illegal, whereas the leak can probably be traced back to a state agency.
- Cornerstone laid for new compound of Tallinn prisonLocal News
- Richest parish plans «cheap to keep» schoolLocal News
- Finance minister seeking sponsorship austerityEconomy
- Tallinn to increasingly speak Russian 1Local NewsIn 2000–2011, largest numbers of Estonians in Tallinn moved to Pelgulinn, Kalamaja and Pääsküla. Regarding Russians, they were most inclined to go live in Laagna, Mustakivi and Väike-Õismäe city districts. Among the suburbs, Estonians overwhelmingly looked towards Viimsi while Russians resettled in Maardu. Among those who left Tallinn, Estonians spread all over Estonia and Russians firstly chose East-Viru County, industrial towns and Tartu.
- Randpere «took time for own things, too»Local News
- «State should be stricter with handing out budget money» Police chief interviewedLocal News
- Setos on edge over pennies offered for border landLocal News
- Palts fights for Crimea dream resort Estonian investor in court aganist Russian defence ministryEconomyFormer Mayor of Tallinn and Riigikogu member, Tõnis Palts (62) is among the few foreign investors to not abandon his business in Crimea after it was assumed by Russia. Furthermore: toughing it out, he is battling in court both with city of Sevastopol and Russian defence ministry to protect his lot worth dozens of millions of dollars.
- Andrei Katkov: Sillamäe oil plant has a future St Petersburg businessman explains investments into EstoniaEconomy
- Fund Ehitus: a quiet yet aggressive builderEconomy
- Banks trusted to prevent office building boomEconomy
- City centre edges towards the seaLocal News
- Editorial: hope and fire in the heart of TallinnOpinionThe war of words triggered around commercial center called Porto Franco planned near port had drawn the entire harbor area into limelight. Long oh how long has been the wait for the wastelands to be filled with buildings and beauty. In that sense, we are hopeful – soon, cranes will be adorning many a lot.
- Joint front formed against Swedbank by Romanian loss victimsEconomy
- Architects demand ministry megabuilding contestLocal News
- Family fooled by brokerLocal News«In my desperation, I hope you will help us find out the truth in this matter,» wrote Kärol Kõu, a mother of three, after a tussle with a real estate company. With her husband Mario, Kärol had spent ages to find a little house on the complex Tallinn real estate market as a home to replace current tiny apartment. At long last, one was located – a house, a bit tired and discoloured, at Vuti Street. Little did the family know what was in store.
- Editorial: reasonable limits that limit nobodyOpinionWho would not remember the loan boom preceding recession? Everybody does – the lenders, the borrowers, and those that abstained. The last group was small. For we also remember that in the competition, loan conditions ended up altogether utopian. Almost, one might say, it was easier to get a loan than to go without.
- Eesti Pank battling a boomEconomy«Compared to the period six months back, the real estate market has clearly calmed down,» Estonian central bank vice president Madis Müller told a press conference yesterday. With president of the bank Ardo Hansson, they introduced home loan limitations to enter into force starting next year. The limits are three.
- Russian investors have arrived in Estonian property marketEconomy
- EUR 20 mln 13-story office building to rise in Ulemiste CityEconomy
- Lutherans looking to build a skyscraperLocal News
- The cordon that Russians never leftLocal NewsA 20 years long Estonian-Russian tussle regarding embassy buildings this year wound up with a 99 years contract pursuant to which Estonia may rent land under its Moscow embassy for a token price while Russia, among other things, is able to use the one-time Soviet border guard cordon in Pirita, Tallinn.
- Owners go guerrillaEconomy«I’d call this power brokering,» an angry Arco Vara CEO Tarmo Sild told shareholder No 2 and supervisory board member Arvo Nõges once the shareholders meeting was over. The latter had expressed a desire to talk to Mr Sild. «We have nothing to talk about,» said Mr Sild and left the premises. A small shareholder drew near, asking Mr Nõges if this was extortion.
- Building procurements to get tougherEconomy
- Real estate scheming: divide and conquerEconomy
- Prices nearing boom time highs New flat purchase price mainly up because of energy performanceEconomyAn abundance of apartment houses keeps being built in Tallinn and Harju County; curiously, square metre prices thereof come many times higher than older dwellings in these same areas. The principal reason is energy performance of new buildings. At some locations, prices are nearing boom time levels.