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The ins and outs of property auctioneering

Malta Property Auctioneers specialises in the sale by auction of unique and distinguished properties offered on behalf of sellers who prefer a date-certain sale to a lengthy sale process filled with market uncertainties. Auctions are implemented with the highest degree of professionalism at the local, national and global level. Malta Property Auctioneers only offers properties which are in demand – paying close attention to luxury and unique properties.
Malta Property Auctioneers, founded on an extensive portfolio of experience in real estate, is the only property auction firm in Malta. The firm’s experience is not based on traditional brokerage methods alone. We have highly trained staff that is knowledgeable about the advantages the auction method brings about while having vast experience in real estate trends in Malta and access to modern marketing tools. Working towards their 36th property auction, Malta Property Auctioneers has set the tone for this specialized method of transferring property at a faster pace.

Malta Property Auctioneers does not conduct ‘distressed’ auctions only. The firm does, however, offer exceptional purchasing opportunities to qualified buyers. Every transaction is a fair, speedy and uncomplicated process. In fact, many of our clients favour auctions for acquiring assets for various reasons, some reasons being:

• The expeditious sale process auctions guarantee. The process often lasts less than 90 days from POS to contract.
• The clearly defined parameters for the date of sale, terms and conditions of sale, offered by Malta Property Auctioneers.
• Our elimination of contingencies and prolonged negotiations
• The access Malta Property Auctioneers provides to serious, qualified buyers on a local, national and global level.

Auction vendors cannot change their mind at the last minute if the reserve price is met.
There are several other benefits to using the auction process. We realize that some people may have their doubts about the procedures and general terminology about the auction, so we have tried to answer some of the most frequently asked questions here.

Why is the property up for auction?

Sellers are motivated to sell by auction for many plausible reasons. The number one reason a seller chooses to offer their property at auction is that it promises a quick sale. There are times when people relocate or purchase a larger or smaller property and do not want to have to pay two bank loans while waiting for the real estate agent to produce an offer. Many times, the property is an inheritance and the heirs just want to cash out and go their separate ways. There are also times when the true value of the property is difficult to evaluate even by the most experienced of agents and the only way to really find out what the property is worth, is to put it up for auction and let the buyers express what they are willing to pay.

What can potential bidders learn about auction properties before bidding?
All properties that go under the hammer are advertised regularly through various mediums, including local newspapers, magazines and online websites. One can also register online to receive regular updates as well as auction catalogues 30 days prior to each auction. These allow people to determine in advance which properties they wish to view and to get an idea of the maximum price they may be willing to pay. Naturally, if there is a property that interests you, you may call the company and make an appointment for a viewing. Sometimes, open houses are held so potential bidders can walk through the properties well ahead of bidding. Typically, pre-auction offers are accepted, meaning that the sale could actually go ahead before auction day provided that the offer is accepted by the vendor. The auctioneer usually conducts preliminary searches on the property and will have information packs available on request. A blank promise of sale, with the details of the property itself, is also included. If one wishes to make a property survey or have an architect inspect a property prior to the auction, this is permitted at an additional cost.

Is there a ‘reserve’?
Yes, almost all the properties on auction have a set reserve price. A reserve price is a price below which the lot may not be sold. The auctioneer has the right to sell the property at the reserve price or above. The reserve price is established between the auctioneers and the vendor and it is kept confidential.

The property I was bidding for didn’t reach its reserve price. What will happen to it now?
If the property doesn’t reach the reserve price, it will not be sold under the hammer. However, if you are interested in the property, we advise you to speak to the auctioneer following the auction and submit your best offer. We try to make sure our vendors are contactable on the night of the auction and, if you come to a compromise on the price, it will be possible to sign a promise of sale.

I have a property to sell, what expenses am I responsible for?
Like with all property sales in Malta, the only expense you are responsible for – besides property tax – is a pre-set commission on the sale of the property. If the property is not sold, then no commission is due. The auctioneer carries the expense of all the marketing and advertising, as well as the notarial fees for drawing up the pre-required paperwork.

What factors determine the success of an auction?
1. The desirability of the property being sold. This includes elements such as location, property type, state of condition, surrounding properties and available outdoor space.
2. An attractive guide price which will attract potential purchasers to view the property.
3. Realistic expectations on the part of the seller.
4. Selecting an experienced auctioneer with vast experience in the local market.
5. Conducting the auction in a professional manner and following up until the closing stage.
6. An assertive marketing and advertising plan geared to prospective purchasers.

Property on auction in the words of Pierre Faure

The traditional way of searching multiple real estate listings online and working with many different real estate agents can be time wasting, tedious and nerve-racking – which in turn, could lead a person into making hasty decisions. A new channel for acquiring property has been gaining popularity rapidly in Malta – auctions! – Auctions are a more transparent process through which a potential purchaser can view properties at their true market value. Malta property auctioneers is the first and only auction house in Malta and Gozo which offers the personalized service you deserve. “On auction, as the hammer falls, you can find yourself walking away with an amazing deal! A property listed on an open agency can easily be sold for up to 30% less than its original listing price. We spend a lot of time and energy on singling out vendors who are ready to sell their property at a reasonable price and sometimes, even at a reduced price given that the property is sold within a short period of time.

There are a number of reasons why a person might wish to sell their property quickly. Bank repossessions, marriage disputes, family feuds and inheritance are all possible causes but some vendors are simply individuals seeking to sell their property at true market value and do not want to have their property on the market for years on end. These are the kinds of vendors Malta Property Auctioneers seeks out in order to offer its clients unique investment opportunities and a fair chance to cut a good deal.

With an auction, a reserve price – relatively below market value – is usually set. Potential purchasers are invited to view the properties beforehand and may then, either place an offer immediately or wait for auction day to do so. Over the last twenty-five years, property value in Malta and Gozo has increased tremendously sometimes by 20 to 25% in one year, not only due to the demand but also because of finite land on the island.

The world economy has been a disaster over the last three years but Malta’s property value has been recorded to only have come down by a mere 13-15%, making it a great time to purchase a property. In 2010, €47 million worth of property was placed on our auctions. In 2011, this went up to €51 million and over €25 million in the first six months of 2012. Many of the properties placed on auction sell within weeks of being listed and the reason for this success boils down to the fact that people feel comfortable knowing they are getting a fair deal. The values of properties listed on Malta Property Auctioneers vary from €150,000 to €3 million, as we cover everything from luxury villas to small apartments. If there’s any particular property you’re interested in, make sure to ask us about them. You never know – you might grab yourself a great deal!

Going once, going twice… An interview with Pierre Faure

Why buy a property via auction?

An auction house specializes in the sale by auction of unique and distinguished properties offered on behalf of sellers who prefer a date-certain sale in comparison to a more lengthy sale process filled with market uncertainties. In most cases, the vendor of the property is more willing to sacrifice on price than time.

There are several reasons why one might be in a hurry to sell a property, some being: bank repossessions, inheritance, purchase of another property, relocation, marriage disputes, etc.

Advice and consultation on permanent residency for high network individuals, financing, investment opportunities and personal attention is given to each individual client.

Auctions are implemented with the highest degree of professionalism at the local, national and global level. Malta Property Auctioneers only offers properties which are in demand and pays special focus on luxury and unique properties.

What type of properties are listed at auction?
Anything from luxury villas to small one bedroom apartments can be found during any of the four auctions held each year. The Malta Property Auctioneers experience is not based on traditional brokerage methods alone, moreover, it has highly trained staff that are highly knowledgeable about the advantages that the auction method holds.

What can potential bidders learn about auction properties before bidding?
All properties that go under the hammer are advertised regularly through various mediums, including local newspapers, magazines and online websites. Interested parties can also register online to receive regular updates as well as auction catalogues 30 days prior to each auction. This allows people to determine in advance which properties they wish to view and get an idea of their maximum price. Typically, pre-auction offers are accepted – meaning that the sale could go through ahead of the auction provided that the offer is accepted by the vendor.

The auctioneer will conduct preliminary searches on each property and will compile information packs on each lot – which would include property plans and permits. These would be made available on request. A blank promise of sale, enclosing the details of the property itself, would also be included. If one wishes to make property survey or have an architect inspect a property prior to bidding, this is permitted at a specified cost.


Mr Pierre Faure, founder of Malta Property Auctioneers, organised his first auction early in 2007 and, since then, has never looked back. Working towards their 36th property auction, Malta Property Auctioneers has lots placed on auction in Malta and Gozo. Properties that reach up to a total value of approximately €100 million each year. More and more foreign and local purchasers are seeking this new trend in real estate.

Over fifty million euros in property value placed on auction in 2010

Malta Property Auctioneers has been progressively developing itself to become the leading agent in auction marketing. Martin Vella meets Pierre Faure to learn why trust and reliability are the keys to sedimenting an established property auctioneer.

EDITOR’S NOTE Pierre Faure, founder and Managing Director of the company, has been in the business of selling real estate since 1980. He spent several years working in the field in Canada, where he won several awards; including the prestigious Award of Merit for four consecutive years. Locally, he is renowned for his trustworthiness, go-getter attitude and out-of-the-box thinking.

CORPORATE BRIEF Malta Property Auctioneers Ltd. is the first and only company in Malta that truly specializes in the sale of property by auction. MPA offers a professional service with highly trained staff, qualified to give professional evaluations on any type of property, including residential and commercial real estate. MPA offers experienced service as well as the tools required to get all kinds of property sold. All of this while offering the best value of properties on the island.

As the hammer drops, you will find yourself walking away with an amazing deal. Property sales by auction are an exciting activity with interesting results. This public sale forms part of the Malta Property Auctioneers’ circuit run by Pierre Faure himself.

Mr Faure has been in the real estate business for over 30 years now and first established his career from a small retail outlet in Swieqi. “The reason for the success of auctions is that people know they are getting a good product for the right value. The seller does not wait for an offer because it is auctioned and the best bidder gets it. The buyer also gets the best value for the property in a competitive market,” explains Mr Faure. “Actually, many of our properties are upmarket properties from villas to large seafront apartments.”

In 1984, Pierre left for Canada and went to University to get his degree in real estate – which is a legal prerequisite for anyone wanting to sell property in Toronto. Evaluating property, sales and marketing were just part of the curriculum. Pierre then joined one of the largest real estate companies in North America – Homelife Real Estate. From 1987 all through 1993, Pierre won several achievement awards for being the top sales executive in his office and for four consecutive years he also received awards for being one of the top ten sales executives in all of North America.

“We integrate our expertise and knowledge in auction marketing to further enhance Pierre Faure’s team and to focus on high-end, up-market property. The property auction process is a fast and transparent transaction and generally, both the vendor and the purchaser end up getting a good deal. The vendor gets a fast unconditional sale and the purchaser gets a guaranteed ‘good value property’ which he himself has bided for,” asserts Pierre.

“The staff at Malta Property Auctioneers has years of experience and is well trained in giving a professional evaluation of any type of property. At Malta Property Auctioneers we offer a genuine evaluation by giving the vendors a comparison approach on their property,” says Faure.

In 1994, Mr Faure returned back to Malta and soon after opened his own real estate company – Pierre Faure Real Estate – located at the Westin Dragonara Resort. In 2006, Pierre moved on to opening the first property auction house in Malta – Malta Property Auctioneers.

“A staggering amount of €51 million in property value was placed on auction in 2010 in comparison to the €47 million of the previous year,” confirmed Mr Faure. “Every year, we have had an incredible increase in interest in the sale of property by auction and I am not surprised,” Pierre stated during our interview.

Pierre was quite eager to tell me, “what vendors need is less talk and lots of action on the part of the agent – there is no doubt in anyone’s mind that we mean business. We, at Malta Property Auctioneers, acquire the right action through a well-organised marketing campaign. Naturally, this can be quite expensive. We put our money where our mouth is and we invest heavily to advertise and expose the properties that we truly believe in. After all, this is what selling property is all about. Remember we only concentrate on 30 to 40 lots at a time.”

Luxury villas and apartments, converted and unconverted houses of character and even commercial and investment opportunities are expected to go under the hammer on auction day. 80% of properties listed on auction are typically sold. MPA’s next auction will be held at The Westin Dragonara on Saturday 5th March, where both vendors and buyers are guaranteed to find the right property at the right price.


  •  How do I list or buy a property on auction?
    The seller of the property and the auctioneer will agree on the lowest selling price the vendor would accept, this is referred to as a Reserve Price. The potential purchaser views the property prior to the auction. The purchaser can then either decide to wait for the auction day to place an offer or go ahead with it immediately.
  • If the offer is accepted by the vendor, a Preliminary Agreement is signed. Is it just vendors with financial difficulties that list their properties on auction?
    “Definitely not,” assures Pierre Faure. “Our properties on auction are extremely well priced because the vendor wants to sell quickly, without the hassle of a long-delayed sale.
  • Can real estate agents sell their properties on Auction?
    “Absolutely yes,” declares Pierre. What’s most important to us, is that the property is sold and that both the vendor and purchaser are happy.”
  • How would I benefit from listing my property on Auction rather than listing it with a real estate company?
    It’s common knowledge that the more you advertise a property, the better chances it has of being sold.
  • Malta Property Auctioneers only concentrates and advertises 30 to 40 properties at a time, dedicating all of its resources to a select few options. What type of exposure do you give each individual property on Auction?
    MPA extensively markets each property through various types of media which, in turn, generates the required levels of interest from prospective purchasers. MPA’s marketing campaign includes; a full-colour auction catalogue, adverts in local newspapers – as well as local & foreign magazines, 20,000 mail shots to a selected database of clients, PR articles, TV promotion and internet adverts, just to mention a few.

Exclusive Property Listings

What is an Exclusive Property Listing?

When a property is listed with a Real Estate company in Malta, you may know by now that it can be listed either “Exclusively” (Sole agents) or as an Open listing.  When a property is marked as “Exclusive” this means that the sale of the property is “Exclusive” to the one company which has it listed. For example, just imagine that company ABC Real Estate lists Apartment No. 1111 at Portomaso as an “Exclusive” listing – this means that the only agents that are able to advertise, conduct showings/open houses, and ultimately sell this property are ABC Real Estate. Viewing such properties with a different agent, could ultimately result in paying more commission!

In Many countries the norm is to list with only one agent, however in Malta, very  often we find that people opt for Open listings, either not to offend friends or family members that work with other agencies by giving them equal opportunity to sell the proprety but also to increase the sales force by adopting a first come first served basis.

What Does An “Exclusive” Listing Mean For A Seller?

For a Seller, an exclusive listing has several advantages. The first advantage, is obviously a lower commission rate, which ultimately also benefits the buyer. Another worthy mention, is the fact that sellers get a more personalized service since the Sole agent will be more committed to make the extra effort to get your property sold. Locally, another tremendous advantage of listing Exclusively is that you will not have hundreds of agents and agencies wasting your time by showing your property to prospective clients without even being knowledgeable about what they are trying to sell. Exclusive listings are popular among sellers who prefer an added level of privacy during the home selling process. As Real  Estate agents, we only have a couple of goals in mind when working with sellers – the obvious goal would be to sell your property for the best price and in the least amount of time possible. However, another important goal in selling your property would be to bring you the best possible and most suitable conditions (i.e. fair selling price, convenient closing dates, fair conditions. etc.) –  and this is best achieved when working in a more personal manner.

Palazzo in Valletta Exclusively for sale through Pierre Faure Real Estate

Palazzo in Valletta Exclusively for sale through Pierre Faure Real Estate

 

What Does An “Exclusive” Listing Mean For A Buyer?

As mentioned above, as a buyer you will ultimately be paying less commission. Also, when properties are under an exclusive agreement you will most likely avoid a bidding war with other potential purchasers since the agency will be fully aware of other offers received.

Written by Stefan Consiglio – Manager at Pierre Faure Real Estate & Malta Property Auctioneers.

A double Fronted Townhouse in Sliema exclusively for sale through Pierre Faure Real Estate

A double Fronted Townhouse in Sliema exclusively for sale through Pierre Faure Real Estate

Marsaxlokk

mxlokkMarsaxlokk is a charming village infamous for its traditional, brightly painted Luzzus, tasty fish restaurants and lively Sunday market and it is no wonder that it is highly visited by thousands of tourists every week. Located in the south-eastern part of Malta the village has around 3200 inhabitants and in the past, most of the inhabitants worked as fishermen. The name Marsaxlokk comes from the word “marsa” which means port and the word “xlokk” which means south in Maltese.

Malta Property Auctioneers have just been commissioned for the sale of a beautiful property in this village. If a quiet, peaceful lifestyle, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet with a selection of lovely eateries and tranquil country walks is your kind of thing, then this one may just be the perfect home for you.

Regretfully for sale by a foreign family returning back to UK the property is an elevated maisonette enjoying its own entrance with only one other overlying abode. The property has been finished in a contemporary style and to high standards and has a warm and welcoming feel right upon entry. As seen in the above picture, the main living area is bright and spacious, enjoys an open plan-concept yet still sectional and comprises a fitted kitchen with breakfast bar finished with a marble top. This lovely space leads onto a 35 foot back yard, covered by a sail, ideal for entertaining, pets or a perfect area for children to stretch their legs and waste some energy.

A bonus feature of this property is another spacious room at the back of the yard ideal as a games room, 4th bedroom/ nanny flat, dog house, studio/study etc.

The three bedrooms are all spacious (2 double 1 twin) and both the ensuite bathroom as well as the main bathroom are modern and spacious. The property is completed by an underlying lock up garage and is truly located on a quiet street yet only a minute away from the waterfront and picturesque bay.

The guide price on this property is affordable and very realistic, in fact a number of viewing are taking place this weekend. If you wish to know more just click here

If you wish to be the first to know when new properties are listed on auction in Malta you can like our facebook page or register for our newsletter.

 

Malta Property Auctioneers is a sister company of Pierre Faure Real Estate – a leading estate agency in Malta & Gozo

Sliema – Tigne – Corner Fully furnished apartment

Isn’t it great when you get repeat business?

 

DSC_0009 (Small)  The property featured here is a property I sold to a most delightful British couple nine years ago. They where the first and only people to make use of this apartment. They bought it in a finished state from a well known local developer and put their own touch to the property by filling it with top quality furniture , such as Natuzzi sofas, Chigo Airconditioners, Italian bedrooms sets, etc.

Even though the property is 9 years old ( relatively little for a well built property), its condition is immaculate as it served mainly as a holiday home a few weeks each year, with its large terrace serving as the perfect place for a family bbq enjoying the seaviews.

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Happy with the services of yours truly, both in terms of a smooth transaction back then as well as continuous support along the years, we at Pierre Faure Real Estate have been entrusted as exclusive agents for the regretful sale of this outstanding home away from home.

Located on a corner, in fact just one corner (15 meters) off the Qui Si Sana seafront, this bright and spacious apartment is being offered at €575,000 – lock, stock and barrel, in a ready to move into state and with a private parking space – a valuable asset for those who know a little bit about Tigne in Sliema!

All three bedrooms are equipped with double beds, and the main enjoys an ensuite shower. The kitchen, and I know this will please the older generation, is not open plan, but fitted separately into another room – There is the option to either open it up into the living / dining or even move it out completely to make way for a fourth double bedroom!

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If you’re looking for a really nice apartment in Sliema, but just cant afford or do not wish to pay the premium for being on the seafront – the fact that this is the best option on the market right now is an absolute non-brainer.

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If the pic above was not enough to tickle your fancy and make the call (356 79797956), or if you’re simply the curious type who loves nosing about peoples homes…..just click here for more pics.

A Successful 29th Property Auction

Malta Property Auctioneers Ltd. looking forward to their 30th Property Auction

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Malta Property Auctioneers held their 29th quarterly Auction last Saturday 30th January at the Royal Malta yacht Club. Another successful and satisfying auction for all the participants, both vendors and buyers with almost €6 million worth of property sold under the hammer.

“This was another pleasing event for us and we are really looking forward to launching our milestone 30th Auction. Nine years ago today we opened our doors and where a little skeptical whether the idea would take off in Malta. Today we are the smart choice for buying and selling real estate. So much so, that other names in the local Real estate scene are trying to dive into this more targeted business model.
“It was only a matter of time before others followed suit. In fact others have already tried and failed. It is very typical of the Maltese to take a good idea and try to make it their own, to see who is successful and try to steal their recipe, but we have been in business for nine years and we have established our own market niche. Besides, who wants to drink Star Cola when the original Coca Cola is sitting on the same shelf ??? “ – remarked Stefan Consiglio, when questioned about the hearsay that other property auctioneers where about to launch.
“To be a successful property Auctioneer one needs to have extensive knowledge in the local real estate market, an auctioneers licence and a team of highly trained sales agents – Our experience in real estate goes back over 30 years through Pierre Faure Real Estate. The other ingredient for a successful auction, is a large database of highly qualified investors together with an aggressive marketing campaign – both items we have been harvesting and perfecting bit by bit over the last 9 years as auctioneers.
“We are a company that keeps up with current trends in marketing and are always looking into the newest marketing mediums to get the best possible exposure for your property with the intention to sell it to the highest bidder within a short period of time by creating an environment of urgency. Our business model is a win-win situation for all parties and the results are there to be seen . Moreover we are always willing to work together on a commission sharing basis with other agencies or brokers making our sales force even larger – this way we do not close a window of opportunity to anyone but rather open doors to all – pun intended.”
Malta Property Auctioneers’ exact 30th Auction date will be announced shortly but will be held around April/May. We are currently in the process of putting another attractive portfolio of properties together so for those willing to sell their property fast and efficiently – now is the time!

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Is This The Right Time To Buy  a Property in Malta???

It always seems to be! Says Stefan Consiglio, Manager at Pierre Faure Real Estate.

 

For all those first time buyers, foreigners seeking Permanent Residency in Malta, investors looking to take advantage of the rapid increase in rental prices or homeowners that are just seeking to upgrade their home. YES, this is the time to buy!!

We all know that over time property will always appreciate. Ever since I started my career in the Real Estate field 13 years ago, I always recall hearing the negative people talking about a bubble about to burst. So far, this hasn’t happened here in Malta. Yes there might have been a year or two where the increase wasn’t as large as other years, but Malta has yet to see a property bubble burst, and to be honest, I still don’t see it happening any time soon.  Bank interest rates have remained relatively low for a few years now  and the rental market is still extremely healthy, with prices still on the rise and demand still higher than supply.

Malta is a tiny island with land a true scarcity, but moreover it is one of the most populated countries in the world per capita and thousands of foreigners are still moving here annually. Some move here because of the weather, others because of the culture or friendliness of the Maltese people, others cause of the language or schooling, tax reasons or of late, simply because Malta is the iGaming and finance hub of the world. The place to be if that is your line of work. Whatever the reason, an increase in people moving to Malta will always result in an increase in demand for homes in Malta. There is an extremely good choice of property out there and this is definitely helping to keep the value of homes more competitive.

 

Rental returns a decade ago were a mere 3 to 4 % and you always had some vacant time in between finding “the right tenants.” Today properties in prime areas are never left vacant for very long and the normal yield is 5% with opportunities to invest with better returns also possible. So what more can one ask for?

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Pierre Faure Real Estate has a number of Good Value homes to offer in Malta which can get much better returns than any other types of investment, and that is not even considering the capital appreciated on the property’s value over even a small number of years. So what are you waiting for?  Send us an email or give us a call and we will assist you throughout the whole transaction, from finding the right property to leasing it out to qualifies tenants at a good return.

Malta Property Market

The property market in Malta was one of the few European markets that did not struggle during the recent recession. The outlook for Malta remained as sunny as ever. Whilst things were certainly difficult for many European countries with bank collapses, property market slumps and rises in unemployment, Malta, the little nugget wedged between North Africa and Sicily,  remained an exception due to a number of factors.

Malta is a small island with a very high population density, with land being very scarce and therefor always valuable. Moreover, unlike other islands, the Maltese market has a large drive of local buyers who have already enjoyed the fruits of their investments over time.

This tiny island has a lot going for it – besides its strategic position in the middle of the med, the island is sun kissed the whole year round, English speaking and very safe, even politically stable. For Brits, Malta is a delightful mix of the exotic and familiar, so it is no wonder they buy property in Malta and soon make it their second home. The schooling and medical facilities are of very high standard, and the fact that foreigners do not need to learn a foreign tongue makes it all the more appealing.

It is to no surprise that foreign buyers are up again in numbers – The Maltese government promotes foreign investment through a number of schemes which are very attractive to both EU and Non- EU nationals. Malta has always been loved by overseas buyers who get to enjoy the historical and cultural diversity the island offers through its past.

Buying property in Malta is a relatively easy process with various experienced agents available to point you towards the right direction and throughout the whole transaction.  The procedure for arranging loans and financing from local banks is not too onerous and those who chose to move here full -time will tend to find the low-tax regime makes life easy – not that Malta doesn’t already have a good quality of life.

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Pierre Faure Real Estate www.pierrefaure.com have been helping foreigners relocated to Malta for over 11 years with ample more experience in the property field. Any queries may be sent to stefan@pierrefaure.com

Stefan Consiglio – Office Manager – Pierre Faure Real Estate & Malta Property Auctioneers.