Following the launch of the new Malta Global Residency Programme earlier this Summer, Frank Salt Real Estate has taken up a number of initiatives with the scope of actively promoting Malta and its residency programmes overseas. This included coverage on a number of international magazines, participation in overseas property exhibitions, online media initiatives, as well as through a number of seminars organised by the company in various countries, with the latest having taken place in South Africa.
Frank Salt Real Estate has been a pioneer in investing in the foreign market and 2013 has been no exception. Throughout the first quarter of the year, the company has in fact embarked on a major road show titled flyttatillmalta (move to Malta) focused primarily towards the Scandinavian Market.
‘We believe greatly in the potential of Malta and its residency programmes as a source of attracting foreign investment to Malta’ said Joseph Lupi, Managing Director for Frank Salt Real Estate. ‘From the feedback we are receiving through these ventures, we know that Malta is as popular as ever, now even more so among non-EU foreigners looking for a destination where they can take up residency, that offers an exceptional lifestyle, attractive financial benefits and proximity to mainland Europe and their native country.’
The advent of the new Global Residency Programme promises well for Malta, which according to Parliamentary Secretary for Competiveness and Economic Growth Hon. Dr. Edward Zammit Lewis was ‘designed specifically to address the needs of non-EU and non-EEA foreign nationals. It is government’s intention to look into all the programmes that Malta has and if necessary introduce improvements to make them more attractive.”
Frank Salt Real Estate’s next taps in its international road show include the UK, Sweden, France and Russia.
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