Finding a home is about more than just making a list of must-haves and then buying the property that fits the bill and is closest to work. Conversely, selling a property in Malta’s hot real estate market also takes strategy.
From the perspectives of both tax rates and regulations, the Maltese government is obviously paying close attention to the property market in Malta and is set on actively participating. Some of these stipulations apply in particular if you’re buying property in Malta as a foreigner.
This guide will walk you through all of the finer details of buying and selling property in Malta from the taxes involved to how your nationality affects the rules you need to follow.
Malta has a thriving and diverse real estate market. There’s a property for sale in Malta to fit every lifestyle and budget.
There are several tools, detailed below, that you can put to work to find your perfect property that’s for sale in Malta.
Note that these vary slightly if the owners put their property up for sale without an agent. If your Maltese dream property is for sale by the owner there may be special considerations to take into account and you’ll get a thorough outline of those below.
You’ll also find a handy guide to the lingo and jargon used to advertise real estate for sale in Malta.
Buying a home is a huge life step and the research can get intense – especially when you are buying outside of your home country.
Renting is a core way of finding a home here. Property rentals in Malta are especially popular with expats who make up a very large segment of the country’s tenants.
That’s partly because Malta is such a popular expat destination but also because there are no restrictions on foreigners renting property in Malta.
Real estate agents are sometimes used but often property will be for rent in Malta direct from its owner. On the tenant’s side, some property negotiators specialize in finding rental properties and can be hired to help in your search.
Finding a home to rent can feel like searching for a needle in a haystack. What’s the best town? How much should I pay in rent? What length of tenancy can I expect?