MOVE TO MALTA
14 October at 5pm | Johannesburg (Protea Wanderers)
17 October at 5pm | Durban (The Oyster Box)
19 October at 5pm | Cape Town (Mount Nelson Belmond)
Securing EU residency in Malta through investment is very simple and one of the more cost effective European residency-by-investment options.
If you are interested in any of Malta’s permanent residency programme, join one of Frank Salt Real Estate’s residence and property investment seminars coming up this October in Johannesburg, Cape Town or Durban to find out more. Attendance is free of charge but prior registration is necessary.
You do not need to posses any kind of Covid-19 vaccinations, PCR tests to travel to Malta. If you have been putting off your travel plans to Malta, now is the time to visit, and perhaps combine your stay with a property show around.
Frank Salt Real Estate are here to assist as a one stop shop, not only when it comes to property needs, but also making necessary arrangements, such as helping with your travel itinerary, sourcing accommodation and pre-arranging property viewings.
Malta is an EU country with a sunny, Mediterranean climate and a low cost of living. It offers a very attractive standard of living, a stable economy, low crime rate, and excellent healthcare service. Its diverse and active social life caters to all ages, with many cultural events held throughout the year, most of them in English. Good food and wine are important to the Maltese people and the island has a vast array of restaurants for all tastes and pockets. It has 7,000 years of history for you to immerse yourself in.
The island is very well connected with flights to South Africa leaving weekly via Istanbul, Dubai, Frankfurt, Rome, Heathrow and Paris, amongst others. Rome is a 1.5hr flight away, whilst London is a 3hr flight.
Malta offers very attractive Residence, Visa and Relocation programmes, ideal for South African nationals keen to invest in an offshore holiday or retirement place with residency and ease of movement across Europe as part of the package.
English remains one of the two official languages and almost everyone speaks English fluently. Driving is on the same side of the road as South Africa. There are daily and weekly flights to South Africa via a number of European hubs. The Maltese islands offer a good choice of property, from apartments in vibrant towns to villas and rural retreats. The property market is very stable, offering steady capital growth.
The advantages of moving to Malta are numerous , so our best advice is to attend one of the seminars that Frank Salt Real Estate (a Malta based real estate group operating on the Maltese Islands since 1969) organises on a regular basis in South Africa. You can also drop us an email and one of our Residence and Relocation experts will be in touch.
For an indication of the types of properties available to rent or buy visit the Frank Salt Real Estate property portal franksalt.com.mt