Tourism is a profitable economy sector for any country, state, city, town, or village. Bulgaria is a popular holiday destination because tourists can come to Bulgaria all year long and take a vacation. The country has beautiful beach resorts and steep ski runs for ski and snowboard lovers. Tourism helps to develop areas into especially pleasing real estate markets because of the fact that tourists will need a place to stay and that companies will need land and buildings to build these places for tourists to stay in. The developed touristic sector in Bulgaria definitely helps the Bulgarian property investors.
Bulgaria has many types of resorts and towns with cultural history. Bulgaria has beach resorts for the summer time, ski resorts for the winter, and all kinds of cities, towns, and villages that are major tourist attractions year round. Bulgaria even has numerous spas. Basically, anytime you would choose to come to Bulgaria would be a good time because there is always something for you to do. This is very important to investors because without the tourists there would be no reason to invest in real estate in Bulgaria because no one would come to use it. The only exception to this is that some people only want real estate in Bulgaria as a vacation home for themselves or they are planning to or already live in Bulgaria.
Tourism helps individual Bulgarian real estate investors. Some people want to invest in foreign property so they can in turn rent it out to other people. The same is true for real estate investors in Bulgaria. In summer resorts in Bulgaria there are apartments and houses for sale, which the investor would buy and then put it up for rent during the summer season when all of the tourists need somewhere to stay. Without the tourism, this apartment would have stayed empty until the investor decided to come and use it. The same goes for ski resort properties. Wherever the Bulgarian property is, tourism can lead potential renters to the investors' property.
Now, some resorts will sell private land plots to commercial developers, for instance, hotel chains. The question you need to ask yourself is, would there be a need for hotels if there were not any tourists? One would think not. Hotel chains will buy the property for sale, develop their Bulgarian hotel chain, and then open for tourists. Without the tourists, these hotel chains would not have much business and would probably close down. It is crucial for hotel chains in the Bulgarian resorts to have tourism, for this type of business thrives on tourists business.
Tourism helps Bulgarian investors by providing them the business of renting rooms and/or property. Yes, Bulgaria could probably survive without tourism, but, it would not have the same thriving real estate market that it has today without tourists.