Over the last few months Malta and its property market have registered a tremendous increase in interest from European countries, particularly from Western Europe and the UK. Regardless of the international economic turmoil, the Maltese economy has fared well and is one of the few countries within the EU that has registered a positive growth in GDP in 2012. The same can be said for the property market, which has not only withstood the international doom and gloom, but which today indicates a positive appreciation, notably for investment properties.
Riding on this positive wave of local successes, and in line with its ongoing marketing strategy focusing on attracting foreign nationals to take up a property in Malta, Frank Salt Real Estate and its sister company Homes of Quality, have taken up an aggressive role in promoting the Maltese property product overseas, ensuring a presence in more than 6 major European countries over the last three months of the year.
As part of this exercise, Frank Salt Real Estate has recently held a number of high profile seminars in London. Organised jointly with partners Blevins Franks and John Huber & Associates, the seminars where hosted by H.E. Joseph Zammit Tabona at the Malta High Commission in London.
“Malta has so much to offer. An exceptional lifestyle and a vibrant economy make us a favourite destination for anyone planning to move or invest outside his or her own country.” stated Grahame Salt, Managing Director for Homes of Quality, “The scope of these seminars was simply to explain why this is so and provide key information to help those interested in making the best of their move or investment in Malta.”
“The seminars proved that the British market is recovering; but that many players are actively considering moving their families and/or business to a more secure destination – financially and economically. With the various incentives that Malta has to offer, we can offer them this and much more.”