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Frequently Asked Questions
A ‘Konvenju’ or promise and deed for sale involves an agreement which binds the seller and purchaser to conclude the sale within a stipulated timeframe. Read more in detail about the konvenju before buying a property for sale in Malta.
Before purchasing a property for sale in Malta, it is important to know of any extra costs that you may face. Read more about such costs before buying your future home.
Only in the case of a bank loan is a sanction letter issued. When a sanction letter is provided, it indicates that the notary may continue with the study and that the loan will most likely be approved. Learn more about the bank loans available in Malta for those looking to buy a property in Malta.
Knowing the value of your property before listing it on the property market is very important to a seller. Although our estate agents have all the current market trends and can value property on site, you can also learn how to calculate the value of your property by yourself.
Yes, a general 8% is applicable when selling any type of property in Malta. However, read more about some exceptions which apply to withholding taxes in Malta.
This mainly depends on the landlord and on the state of the rental property. If it is in good condition and vacant, then you will be able to move in right away. Learn more on some issues which may hinder you to move into your rental home straight away.
This is mostly determined by the landlord and the condition of the rented property. You will be able to move in straight away if it is in good condition and unoccupied. Learn more about some of the obstacles that may prevent you from moving into your rented property right away.
Most tenancy agreements include what is known as a break clause. However, if you need to end your lease early, you can call your rental agency, who will handle the problem with the landlord. Read more about what happens if you terminate your lease early.
At JK Properties, our agency fees amount to 50% of the first month’s rent. Learn more about our agent fees.