Its 2018 focus is to raise over €55,000 for visually-impaired Maltese children The well-known RE/MAX & Friends Foundation this week announced that it has come to an agreement with RE/MAX Malta to organise an annual…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
We want to change the world and we know it takes time. Going waste-free is not simply a ‘trend’; it is a big environmental movement that aims to reduce the amount of waste produced in every household daily to zero. It really takes a small effort on your side and it does heaps of good for everyone!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
The RE/MAX & Friends Foundation has renewed its support of the Blossom Foundation, an NGO supported by the President’s Trust that seeks to help children with challenging backgrounds to grow and thrive.
The €5,000 sponsorship from the RE/MAX company charity will be a vital contribution towards the employment of a full-time qualified counsellor at St Paul’s Bay Primary School.Read More
We don’t get frigid temperatures in Malta but our winters do give us a fair share of cold winds blowing in from the sea around us with temperatures feeling much nippier than the numbers on the barometer. Needless to say, Maltese homes tend to feel chilly exceptionally cold with numbing temperatures having to be endured both indoors and out.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
There is something both romantic and challenging about old houses. You enter one and tell yourself… I can make it so much better, this can be brought back to life. Once you set your heart on your property, you will have a target in mind and the fantasy that it will be splendid when finished. Possibly, you include a ‘happily forever after’ at the end of your musings and hopefully so.Read More
The Maltese Government continues to incentivise the local real estate market in an attempt to make the market more reachable for the various property segments in Malta. At RE/MAX Malta, we’ve been keeping a close eye on things. Read on to discover which incentives and new additions could affect you.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
Living on a sun-kissed island means we all do our fair share of outdoor living. Perhaps there is no better in-between space than the balcony which allows to step out in the wide big world whilst allowing us the security of stepping back in when we want to. Thinking of balconies and properties, we searched around to find some top-notch properties and figured out just why their balconies are ‘to die for’.Read More
It has been highlighted on your calendar for the past months and you cannot wait for that one day off when you can, unlike other weekdays, wake up late, de-stress and take it easy. Superlative indeed! But after it has been gone and done with, are you likely to get the niggling feeling that you somehow missed out on something? Plan what to do on a public holiday in Malta and you won’t end the day with regrets.Read More
There are places around Malta that do not always make it to the front pages of tourist guide books. They belong to lesser known corners. And no, I am not referring to our neighbour’s back garden, although a garden or two do feature in this list. Here is what you could look out for if you want to venture away from the usual haunts.Read More