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The Malta Budget 2023 has introduced several property benefits and incentives, as well as extending previous ones approved in last year’s Malta Budget 2022.
Our Arcus directors Giovanni Gauci and Andrew Camilleri have been interviewed by WhosWho, Malta’s first business search engine and corporate networking platform.
The Malta Budget 2022 has introduced several property benefits and incentives.
A study by the housing authority has found.he northern harbour area is the most expensive area to rent a two-bedroom apartment, while localities in the south east of Malta and Gozo are the cheapest.
The new Malta Permanent Residence Programme (MPRP) has been officially launched today. The new programme replaces the successful Malta Residency and Visa Programme (MRVP).
Malta has cultivated a healthy economic landscape which reaches the requirements of the investment market around the world. With ever-growing demand, the island registered a 6.6% GDP growth in 2017 and is home to a number of growing sectors, namely the financial sector, tourism, gaming, pharma, shipping and yachting, amongst other industries. Malta has also positioned itself as an ideal environment for investment in property, and it therefore does not come as news that Malta’s property market is thriving.
A new Permanent Residence Programme has been launched for consultation today and will be tabled before parliament in the coming weeks. The new programme is expected to replace the successfulMalta Residency and Visa Programme(MRVP) over the next 3 months. In his introduction,
Hon. Alex Muscat – Parliamentary Secretary for Citizenship and Communities expressed that he “expected the immigration market…
When looking to move to Malta, there are a number of factors that residents usually assess. Friendly locals, World Heritage protected sites, low crime rate, state of the art health care, a warm climate, strategic location and authentic Mediterranean food are but a few of the lifestyle advantages. However, Malta has many more benefits that are sometimes overlooked. Malta’s stable…
A small island in the Mediterranean Sea with no natural resources that fits completely in the view of your airplane window, is not the first place you would think to look for big investment returns. Yet Malta’s size is evocative of its own economic landscape which is proving that even small nvestments in the country have big returns. The country’s…