Yes, both EU and Non-EU residents can purchase property for sale in Malta. Read more about any procedures needed for such an investment.
What is a ‘Konvenju’?
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.
Are there any government subsidiaries for first-time buyers?
According to the latest budget, first-time buyers buying a property for sale in Malta can benefit from a lower tax rate for the first €200,000 of the property cost. Learn more about the government schemes first-time buyers in Malta may benefit.
What are the extra expenses when 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.
What is a sanction letter?
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.