Moving to Malta?
Malta, a small archipelago in the middle of the Mediterranean, has over time struck popularity with its attraction with the quality of living that the islands offer. Besides the sunny conditions that equally locals and foreigners happily avail of, Malta boasts of satisfactory standards of living alongside a safe and tranquil environment for families to prosper and the younger generation to find the right parameters for entertainment.
Whichever category you may fall into, Malta has something to offer everyone. From bewildering history that dates back to thousands of years, that may fill many-an-adventure-filled weekends to the wonderful clean beaches and numerous dining experiences that one may certainly not run out of.
It is all about lifestyle. In Malta you can set your standards and make your dreams come true!
All this is made possible through the property market of the country. Being one of the prime prerequisites when relocating, Malta offers an array of accommodation categories according to one’s personal needs. The demand never diminishes, but neither does the supply. Even though the island is faced with realistic limitations in respect of space, is relatively densely populated (with an average of 420,000 in population head count, that is, around 1,265 inhabitants per square kilometre), space and how it is used over time has cumulated the interest of both property seekers as well as the development sector.
But not to fret, we can find something for everyone!
Numerous are the number of real estate agencies that one may contact in order to find the right home. But the key is to find one that holds the majority of resources to provide you with a happy selection of opportunities. Companies like Simon Mamo Real Estate, where client satisfaction is held at the core of its principles, can help you find just what you are looking for.
Unsure of what exactly that might be? We are here to guide you.
Firstly, one would need to determine which side of the island his/her living fulfillments would be peaked. Many moving to Malta are primarily looking for the sea, establishing the North (Bugibba/Qawra/Xemxija/Mellieha etc.), North East (Sliema, St. Julians, Ta Xbiex etc.), and the South (Harbour, Birgu, Cospicua, Senglea etc.) are their main options. Each category comes with its own price tag, so that may be a good indicator in helping you with your choice.
The positive note is that wherever you go, most locals speak English so you shouldn’t have any problems with your daily functionings.
Contact us today, and we can help you find any type of Malta real estate, not only to find your home, but to find that quality of life you have always been searching for! Property is a lifestyle!