The Malta property market is performing very well, even in these tough economic times. You will find good, constant capital appreciation (especially if you buy in the prime investment areas and developments), as well as a fair rental yield. Malta property rental yields are benefited by the fact that there are no rates and taxes on property.
The Malta property rental demand is driven by tourism and foreign nationals that reside in Malta working with foreign and local companies. Rental demand has grown considerably over the past years as Malta competes aggressively (and successfully) to entice foreign investment and business onto its shores.
It is quite easy for a non-Maltese to purchase property in Malta and Gozo. Naturally, some conditions apply, including certain restrictions, e.g. some buyers may require a special permit.
AIP conditions may apply to non-Maltese purchasing outside of the SDA’s (Special Designated Areas). Where the Malta property purchase requires an AIP permit, the Malta property must satisfy minimum values which change periodically, and which currently stand as follows: € 101,938 for apartments and maisonettes and € 169,850 for villas, townhouses and other property. The cost of the AIP permit is of € 232.93.
There are defined zones in Mata, referred to as special designated areas, where there are absolutely no restrictions to acquisition. There is also no restriction on acquisition through inheritance, and there are also several other special exemptions. Different rules apply to the acquisition by bodies of persons.
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