I am a South African living in Malta – South Africans are welcome!
Malta continues to achieve success on the world stage as an attractive destination and safe haven. Based on my experience, as a South African/NonEU living in Malta, I can offer you free advice on investing and living in Malta. Let me partner you with the right people and show you the ropes. From my first-hand experiences I can advise you on the procedures for purchasing a property, applying for a visa and permits, as well as joining a vibrant new community that is welcoming and positive.
Leaving one’s home country, never mind investing in a foreign land is certainly not an easy decision to make, I for one NEVER considered it. I too went through the same turmoil. If Malta is on your list of possible destinations, I can help make your transition an easy one. When I arrived in Malta I was very sceptical and did not expect to feel at home so easily.
The atmosphere here is relaxed and secure with a sense of community, where the people speak English and South Africans fit in very easily. The cost of living is affordable by European standards and the surroundings are beautiful – I can strongly recommend it! An independent nation and member of the EU for 10 years – Malta is truly a gateway to Europe. The islands are rich in history with a variety of sights and experiences to be had.
Malta offers an enviable lifestyle with some of the best residency schemes and citizenship by investment programmes’ in Europe – without additional hidden costs.
I have partnered with a leading real estate with strong ties to Malta and Gozo. To view properties for sale or to rent/lease
Malta complies with the financial regulations of both the EU and the UK and this contributes to their strong banking sector. Malta is strategically located in the Mediterranean with comparatively lower living costs than other European countries. I can help you buy property, reside or invest in Malta.
Living in Malta is both liberating and an enjoyable experience. With my roots in South Africa; born in Johannesburg, educated in Bloemfontein and having lived in Cape Town, I had never contemplated leaving the land of my birth. With over 30 years experience in the hospitability, training and events field both in corporate, small and self-owned business I tend to be quite fussy.
On our search for Plan B, I came to Malta on an exploratory visit ‘kicking and screaming‘. I had no intention of staying. To my surprise I fell in love with Malta, although I must say it’s not necessarily everyone’s cup of tea. I enjoy the safety and the wonderful people and feel very at home.
Having also gained insight to the Mauritius Residency Programme procedure and having temporarily lived there myself, I can share my experience on the different aspects of choosing alternative Residency and Passport options. Making major decisions for the future including where to live, and how to protect your family and your hard–earned money are not easy to make.
Having personally experienced the various aspects of purchasing property and taking up residency, I’m excited to assist others wanting to take this route, or whichever option suits you.
Driven by the buoyant economy, good quality properties are in short supply in Malta, and it is indeed an investors market.
Recognised as one of the best residency schemes in Europe without hidden costs and financially and politically stable.
Diversify your portfolio and benefit from the lucrative property market both in buy-to-let as well as capital appreciation.
Malta is fast becoming the option of choice for Residency, Passport and Investment. The economically and politically stable environment further solidifies it’s reputation.
Malta is a firmly established independent island in the Mediterranean and is well placed as an anchor for Europe, Africa and the Middle East. It’s location has given it great strategic importance throughout history with a succession of power
Geographically, Malta is conveniently located and globally well connected. It offers a variety of living options including bustling towns and quiet rural or seaside villages. Whether living in a modern apartment/penthouse, villa, house of character, bungalow or farmhouse; everything is easily accessible either by car, bus or ferry.
The infrastructure in Malta is being constantly improved with state-of-the-art medical care, high standards of education and municipal services. Malta has one of the lowest unemployment rates in Europe at only 6%.
Independent EU country – conveniently located in the Mediterranean – English speaking – moderate climate – easily accessible –comparatively safe – primarily Christian – A relatively low cost European lifestyle – South Africans welcome
Would you like someone to set you up with reliable partner?
Book your trip to Malta and we’ll arrange for you to view properties according to your requirements, and also give you a free introductory consultation with a leading tax/legal/accounting professional.
A change in lifestyle (secure, European country, new opportunities, safe environment, etc)
Financial investment – property sales are attractive as the market is growing and with the weakening rand an investment in Euros is a hedge against depreciation.
For residency in the EU and Schengen States (not citizenship / not UK) – see data below
Attractive tax rates for businesses – Additional home or holiday homes
English speaking, wonderful friendly people and a great South African community