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
Walking is generally agreed to be the most inspiring of outdoor physical activities. A great many creative people, notably writers, have talked of walking as essential to their life. It is a great way to unwind, to be break the routine and press that reset button on your day-to-day life. While some may walk for their spirit, other may walk for the sights—whatever you walk for, it sure is a fantastic way to spend your Sunday!
Malta offers some superb countryside and walking is the best way to see it. We have compiled a list with varying difficulty, from the stroll to the trek, so there’s something for everyone!Read More
Do you remember how much we loved summer, as kids? However much things have changed since then, kids these days still love their summers very much. And who’s to blame them? No school routine, no waking up super early, no homework and plenty of time to play! So many things to love about summer!Read More
The most fraught and conflicted argument of summer have divided Malta’s islanders for generations. This is the sort of argument you grow up with and might lean to and fro with it as you grow up.
When going for a swim there are two kinds of people. Sandy beach people and rocky beach people. We don’t care about the people in between, because they’ll go wherever.
So what’s the difference between sandy beaches and rocky beaches?Read More
Just bought a new property? Wondering what the essentials for a Maltese home are? You’re right to, because Malta can be tough on the small things. But hey, look no further! Here is a list of must-haves that will have you acing your Maltese life in no time.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
Beaches are the top destinations for almost everyone in summer, tourists and locals alike. Malta and Gozo are chock full of beaches, from sandy to pebbly to rocky to cliff, and everything in between. Lounge and dive, sunbathe and snorkel, canoe and picnic, there’s a place to do just that. Most important, they’re all perfect to beat the heat and relax!Read More
It may be a small city on a tiny island, but it sure has a huge heart. As Valletta basks in the limelight of its Valletta European Capital City of Culture 2018, city living takes centre stage and more of us are strongly inclined to relocate to Valletta. With its wealth of beautiful buildings, Valletta has myriad properties worthy of serious consideration. But it’s not just about the properties…Read More
Malta enjoys its fair share of antique palazzos situated in village cores, old towns, hidden alleys and historic squares. Large, bright and beautiful, many of these Maltese palazzos become cherished and sought-after real estate properties that are in high demand by local and international buyers alike.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
High humidity is a fact of life in Malta. Whether temperatures drop or rise, humidity is felt all year round but indoors one tends to feel it especially so it winter. Contrary to what one may be led to believe, it is not only old houses which tend to harbour humidity. Some newer apartments may also feel humid to the point of being insupportable to live in comfortably.Read More