Different Types of Bulgarian Properties

There are two broad definitions of land in Bulgaria: unregulated and regulated. Unregulated land is land that has strict control over its use and what can be built on it. In most cases unregulated land is used for agricultural purposes, and only buildings associated with this sector are permitted to be built. It is possible to change the status of unregulated land, but the process is complex and takes up to ю months to complete. An EU citizen or company is now permitted to own agricultural land as long as they are agricultural producers and are carrying out agricultural activities.