Uaproperty.com Office closes temporarily
We have no doubt that many of you are aware of the current situation in Ukraine but we wanted to provide an update on what the situation is with Uaproperty.com. At the moment, it is not possible to conduct any form of normal business activity and our first priority is ensuring the safety of our staff and colleagues.
Our office in Kyiv will remain closed until it is safe to return, something we fully intend to do, and resume normal business. For now, we will not be conducting any sales or property management duties. We will of course pass on any news we are aware about, where possible, to relevant property owners.
Our Facebook page (which can be found here) will be used to post any other relevant updates so please do check in and take a look.
We would like to thank those clients that have contacted us to check that we are doing well...your kind words and encouragement are much appreciated.
Please keep Ukraine in your thoughts and we all pray for a peaceful and swift resolution to this awful situation.
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