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Find your property at living.spectator.sk

Dear Readers, The Slovak Spectator is pleased to announce the launch of its new sub-site, www.living.spectator.sk, focusing on real estate. As well as a wide range of properties, user-friendly navigation and extensive photographs, the site also contains information on different regions of Slovakia, and several articles on the subject of real estate and housing. There is also a section allowing you to advertise your own property for sale or rental.

Dear Readers,
The Slovak Spectator is pleased to announce the launch of its new sub-site, www.living.spectator.sk, focusing on real estate. As well as a wide range of properties, user-friendly navigation and extensive photographs, the site also contains information on different regions of Slovakia, and several articles on the subject of real estate and housing. There is also a section allowing you to advertise your own property for sale or rental.

www.living.spectator.sk was created in response to demand from our readers, as well as demand from visitors and users of the top Slovak real estate websites. It's been developed in close cooperation with Fatchilli, a company with several years' experience in this area.

I trust that www.living.spectator.sk will fulfil your expectations, simplify your access to information about real estate in Slovakia, and perhaps enable you to find the home of your dreams.

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