As Malta is a small island and the demand for real estate is high, this makes it an investors market

The buy-to-let market is seeing 3.5% to 8% per annum return with capital returns experiencing similar growth.

The market is kept buoyant by the population of 50 000 expatriates working on the island.

Most of these are renting properties

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The price of property in Malta is defined by

Location (Sea view and proximity to the ocean)

Type (Apartment, terraced house or villa),

Number of rooms (bedrooms and bathrooms)

Size and age

State of the finish and maintenance

Inclusion of amenities (pool, terraces and gardens)

Commercial or residential


Not looking to move?

Buy property without the need of residency, buy for investment,

buy-to-let or buy to holiday

Wanting citizenship or residency?

Malta’s Individual Investor Program (IIP) (Citizenship)has been rated as one of the

best European citizenship-by-investment programmes

Malta has 2 permanent Residency programmes for Non-EU Nationals, that being the Global

Residency and the New Residency and Visa Programme

Both Citizenship and Residency programmes require the purchase or rental of property

Types of property

Click on the link below to see the different types of Maltese properties

Different types of property in Malta