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The cost of living in Northern Cyprus is cheaper compared to other countries in the Mediterranean region. A lot of the houses / villa / apartments are built with solar water heating systems which ensure cheap running costs even in winter. The average bottle of larger costs 50 pence and a bottle of wine £2.50. more
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The cost of living in Northern Cyprus is cheap compared to other countries in Mediterranean region (Southern part of the island in particular) or popular European destinations. The utility bills are exceptionally affordable. Living in Northern Cyprus, you will be looking to pay £ 200 a year for electricity and water for an apartment. A lot of the houses and apartments are built with the solar water heating systems, which ensures cheap running costs even in winter. Communal maintenance fees are also payable, depending what facilities you share (pool, security, sewage, etc) Northern Cyprus living is changing for the better. In recent years the number of the supermarkets that sell foreign (including leading English brands) food has grown, which has brought the price of the export goods slightly down but it they still remain higher than in the UK. Turkish produced food could be purchased at a fraction of that and is good quality and varied choice. Northern Cyprus is a paradise for ... more
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The cost of living in Northern Cyprus is cheap compared to other countries in the Mediterranean region (Southern part of the island in particular) or popular European destinations. The utility bills are exceptionally affordable. Living in Northern Cyprus, you will be looking to pay 200 a year for electricity and water for an apartment. A lot of the houses and apartments are built with solar water heating systems, which ensures cheap running costs, even in winter. Communal maintenance fees are also payable, depending what facilities you share (pool, security, sewage, etc). Northern Cyprus living is changing for the better. In recent years the number of the supermarkets that sell foreign food as grown (including leading English brands), which has brought the price of export goods down slightly, but they still remain higher than in the UK. Turkish produced food could be purchased at a fraction of the cost of UK branded food and is good quality with a varied choice. more
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The cost of living in Northern Cyprus is relatively cheap compared to the UK, other Mediterranean countries and most of Europe. Utility bills are on average approximately 70 per month for mains water, electricity and annual council tax. Most properties are built with solar water heating systems which are efficient and cost-effective. However, dependent upon the type of property you purchase there are other factors to take into account. For instance, do you have a pool? Is this private or communal? If you purchase a property on a complex or an apartment what are the maintenance charges? With regard to food/drink, in recent years the number of supermarkets that sell foreign food, including leading English brands, has grown, which has brought the cost of these foods down in price, however, they are more expensive than in the UK. Locally produced foods are cheaper than imported foods, are varied and of good quality. more
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In general, the cost of living is cheap in Northern Cyprus and for an average apartment you can expect to pay as little as £200 annually for electricity and water bills. Eating out is very good value for money. There is a large variety of restaurants offering everything from traditional ‘Full Kebab’ and ‘Meze’ to authentic Indian, Chinese, Italian & French cuisine. Not to mention the numerous cafes and bars that you will find dotted all over the island. You can expect to pay less than £20 per person for a meal with a bottle of wine. Everyday shopping is extremely easy. There are several large supermarket chains that sell many leading British branded products. These imported items can be slightly more expensive but you will find Turkish produced items much cheaper with fresh fruit and vegetables in abundance. Alcohol and tobacco is also extremely cheap. more
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Living costs in the Northern Cyprus are much cheaper than the UK and most of Europe. There is no rates system at present, or community tax. The main costs are electricity which costs 0.106 New Turkish Lira per KW which is the equivalent of 4 pence per KW. (approx. 15 monthly per house), water costs 20 New Turkish Lira + %13 VAT for 0-20 Tons of water per month which is the equivalent of 8 for 0-20 tons of water per month and an annual council tax is less than 40 (2.90 per month which includes waste collection, pavement and road cleaning, etc.). Central heating is rare in N Cyprus but is usually run on gas or oil. Most cookers are run on gas canisters (1 gas canister costs approx. 6 and lasts as long as 2/3 months) and/or electricity. more
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The cost of living in Northern Cyprus is cheap compared to other countries in Mediterranean region (Southern part of the island in particular) or popular European destinations. The utility bills are exceptionally affordable. Living in Northern Cyprus, you will be looking to pay £ 200 a year for electricity and water for an apartment. A lot of the houses and apartments are built with the solar water heating systems, which ensures cheap running costs even in winter. Communal maintenance fees are also payable, depending what facilities you share (pool, security, sewage, etc) Northern Cyprus living is changing for the better. In recent years the number of the supermarkets that sell foreign (including leading English brands) food has grown, which has brought the price of the export goods slightly down but it they still remain higher than in the UK. Turkish produced food could be purchased at a fraction of that and is good quality and varied choice. more
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