Follow these tips for failsafe success on your next real estate venture in Malta. Whether you’re a first-time buyer or a seasoned real estate investor, everyone in the property market wants to increase profitability. Here,…Read More
Most buyers need a home loan to purchase a property… but they must first save up the 10% down payment deposit. Here are a few hints and tips to help you save for a home.Read More
Owning a second property is a big commitment and choosing the right place for it comes with some important considerations. Malta has long been a top destination for this purpose, and it continues to be an attractive option for many.
For the average traveller, Malta’s assets are easy to recognise. Excellent weather almost all year round, friendly and welcoming locals, and a lot to see and do. For those looking to put down stronger roots by buying a second home, the island has all that and more going for it.Read More
While property transactions have in the past always taken place in person, blockchain technology enables smart contracts that could even make property sale and purchase possible via cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin.Read More
Close to town centres and built for comfort, Maltese townhouses are dripping with traditional charm and beautiful architectural features, both inside and out. Making your townhouse feel like a home can be a challenge, but the end result makes it all worthwhile. If you are buying townhouse, these tips could help you create your perfect space.Read More
There are so many things to consider before deciding which house or apartment to buy. An architect’s expert opinion is invaluable to making the right choice. Here are a few reasons a professional evaluation is so important.
An independent survey for RE/MAX Malta also found that 31.8% think now is the right time to buy a property on the island. A recent in-depth independent survey conducted by Esprimi and commissioned by RE/MAX…Read More
They come in a multitude of shapes and sizes, and can be great spaces given the right attention. Many a great backyard has been overlooked—but don’t fret, no matter what size your backyard is, we have some ideas for enjoying this great area of your home!Read More
Looking for your first own home? Want to get on the property wagon? The property market is certainly ripe and there’s no better time to invest in your first property! Because, remember, “the only bad time to buy property is later.”
If you are buying a property for the first time, you should know you must save up some money for the expenses that go beyond the actual building. Have you thought about the notary and the architect? Insuring your home? Interiors?Read More
Ah, Malta! Long summer, plenty of beaches, history, views, partying, food… sounds like an ideal destination for a holiday home! So how do you go about finding the best area for your needs? Here are some tips just about how to purchase your holiday property in Malta.Read More
Relocating to a new home is daunting and it’s important to understand what your children are thinking before purchasing a property in Malta. It may be recommended to include them somehow in the decision process so that repercussions will be minimal.Read More
Rental investments in Malta have been on an upward trend for a number of years. Statistics show a 15% – 20% Year-on-Year growth over the last three consecutive years. The truth is that supply is not keeping up with the major demand from an influx of expatriates moving to Malta due to company expansion and the relocation of new foreign companies. It is projected that this increase in demand will continue to organically grow whilst the BREXIT aftermath and initiatives laid down by the Government will pay huge dividends to the Maltese Economy.Read More
It is the unspoken thing on an island such as Malta, that it would be superbly idyllic to live by the sea. There was a time before WWII when the well-to-do and nouveau riche would make it their purpose in life to buy a house on a seafront and enjoy it as a family retreat all summer. Such was the case of the wealthy families of The Three Cities who could afford to invest in a second home where only the British lived. So many of the lovely two storey houses which once lined the Sliema promenade were just such properties, owned by Maltese families who lived elsewhere for most of the year.Read More