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Why investing in Malta ?

by AC Group

AC Group Developers choose locations for its developing sites very carefully. With an excellent reputation in building high quality homes with the most high specifications finishing and outstanding design are just some of the strengths that lie within this group.

 

Malta and Gozo are becoming increasingly popular locations for buying property in Malta (the purchase or rental of first and second homes) such as those found at Deweberry Residential Units. It is easy to see why. Situated at the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta offers easy access to all the major cities in Europe and North Africa. Living in Malta has many other advantages that include:

 

• A European Union member since 2004, Malta is an independent republic that enjoys political stability.
• A Mediterranean climate that is moderated comfortably by mild winter temperatures.
• Local people who make it easy to integrate with the local community.
• Low levels of crime make Malta one of the safest places in the region.
• English is one of the two official languages of the islands and is spoken by everyone.
• Malta boasts a high standard of hospital and medical services, both private and public.
• Quality schooling that often exceeds international standards with a choice of English-speaking schools and a university.
• Excellent digital telecommunications network.
• Relatively low cost of living compared to other European countries.
• Easy access to major European capitals.
• A stable property market that offers a wide variety of property in all price ranges, and good prospects for capital growth.

 

The residency conditions are attractive, too. They include a favourable tax regime and the absence of rates or council taxes. So these benefits, together with an abundance of historical and cultural attractions, crystal clear seas, a variety of sporting facilities (including world class diving) and a lively calendar of events, make these islands, generally, and specifically, the very centre of Mediterranean life.

Home Guide Articles

Why investing in Malta ?

by AC Group

AC Group Developers choose locations for its developing sites very carefully. With an excellent reputation in building high quality homes with the most high specifications finishing and outstanding design are just some of the strengths that lie within this group.

 

Malta and Gozo are becoming increasingly popular locations for buying property in Malta (the purchase or rental of first and second homes) such as those found at Deweberry Residential Units. It is easy to see why. Situated at the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta offers easy access to all the major cities in Europe and North Africa. Living in Malta has many other advantages that include:

 

• A European Union member since 2004, Malta is an independent republic that enjoys political stability.
• A Mediterranean climate that is moderated comfortably by mild winter temperatures.
• Local people who make it easy to integrate with the local community.
• Low levels of crime make Malta one of the safest places in the region.
• English is one of the two official languages of the islands and is spoken by everyone.
• Malta boasts a high standard of hospital and medical services, both private and public.
• Quality schooling that often exceeds international standards with a choice of English-speaking schools and a university.
• Excellent digital telecommunications network.
• Relatively low cost of living compared to other European countries.
• Easy access to major European capitals.
• A stable property market that offers a wide variety of property in all price ranges, and good prospects for capital growth.

 

The residency conditions are attractive, too. They include a favourable tax regime and the absence of rates or council taxes. So these benefits, together with an abundance of historical and cultural attractions, crystal clear seas, a variety of sporting facilities (including world class diving) and a lively calendar of events, make these islands, generally, and specifically, the very centre of Mediterranean life.

Home Guide Articles

Why investing in Malta ?

by AC Group

AC Group Developers choose locations for its developing sites very carefully. With an excellent reputation in building high quality homes with the most high specifications finishing and outstanding design are just some of the strengths that lie within this group.

 

Malta and Gozo are becoming increasingly popular locations for buying property in Malta (the purchase or rental of first and second homes) such as those found at Deweberry Residential Units. It is easy to see why. Situated at the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta offers easy access to all the major cities in Europe and North Africa. Living in Malta has many other advantages that include:

 

• A European Union member since 2004, Malta is an independent republic that enjoys political stability.
• A Mediterranean climate that is moderated comfortably by mild winter temperatures.
• Local people who make it easy to integrate with the local community.
• Low levels of crime make Malta one of the safest places in the region.
• English is one of the two official languages of the islands and is spoken by everyone.
• Malta boasts a high standard of hospital and medical services, both private and public.
• Quality schooling that often exceeds international standards with a choice of English-speaking schools and a university.
• Excellent digital telecommunications network.
• Relatively low cost of living compared to other European countries.
• Easy access to major European capitals.
• A stable property market that offers a wide variety of property in all price ranges, and good prospects for capital growth.

 

The residency conditions are attractive, too. They include a favourable tax regime and the absence of rates or council taxes. So these benefits, together with an abundance of historical and cultural attractions, crystal clear seas, a variety of sporting facilities (including world class diving) and a lively calendar of events, make these islands, generally, and specifically, the very centre of Mediterranean life.