According to the Bulgarian Inland Revenue Agency about 177 million levs (85 million Euros) have been declared as income from rent of property. The total amount of the declared income that also included the income of free-lancers was 587 million levs or 290 million Euros. In the second largest Bulgarian city Plovdiv, despite the recession, the highest capital gain tax for 2011 was paid by an estate agency and it exceeded 425 000 levs (270 000 Euros). The second highest capital gain tax for 2011 was paid by yet another estate agency. The twenty richest Bulgarians have declared incomes from work that amassed 16 million levs (8 million Euros).