Property sales in Limassol and Paphos have shot up while Larnaca recorded a drop.
Interest in real estate has been revived in Nicosia while confidence is improving in the Famagusta district.
Real estate sales in August increase 27% during August with 572 transactions recorded in total for all the districts.
For the first eight months of 2017 total property sales are up 20% in Cyprus from 4088 last year to 4921.
During the first eight months Limassol has seen the biggest rise in property deed sales at 34% with 1805 recorded transactions. For August alone this figure was 56%.
In Paphos property sales until August increased 26% compared to last year with 1243 transactions from 986 last year.
For the same period Nicosia saw a 23% on 2016 while in Famagusta there was a 19% rise.
The odd district out was Larnaca with an 8% dip in title deed transactions from 861 to 790 for the first eight months.