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HOQ Newsletter - March 2020 - Edition 7

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For decades, the Maltese property market has been the most consistently performing investment available locally. Between the 70s and 80s many Maltese residents became property owners and with property prices rising consistently year after year, real estate became a most attractive investment proposition.

As Malta became a sought-after jurisdiction for various industries and its local rental market started growing, property sales and prices grew consistently in line with this trend. Malta’s size, resilience and attractiveness has an immediate correlation with the performance of the property market. The 2008 European financial crisis and the recent political jittering toward the end of 2019 are clear evidence of how robust the local property market's performance can be. Whilst marginal price corrections are normal after booming years, those hoping for slashed property prices with a view to bag a bargain may wish to reconsider this strategy and buy at relevant market rates, since 2020 property sales figures are already extremely encouraging and very much in line with some of the best ever recorded.

Alex Papagiorcopulo

Branch Manager

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With the political and economic situation in South Africa being what it is, it is no surprise that many South Africans are actively looking at taking up residence and shifting their investments to the EU. Malta, the Mediterranean's best kept secret, has proven to be a very good alternative with thousands of Saffas having already taken advantage of the island's favourable EU residence and citizenship programmes, as well as its property investment options. 

You now have the opportunity to find out more, thanks to a series of free seminars that Frank Salt Real Estate is organising in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town over the next few weeks. Attendance is free of charge, though one must book beforehand through this link.



  • Tuesday 10th March 2020 at The Protea Hotel Balalaika, Sandton JHB 



  • Thursday 12th March 2020 at The Oyster Box Hotel, 2 Lighthouse Road, Umhlanga Rocks, 4320 Durban 

  Cape Town

  • Monday 16th March 2020 at The Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, 76 Orange St, Gardens, 8001, Cape Town 

We will hold two seminars at each venue: One at 14h30 and one at 18h00.

To reserve your seat or to find out more click here. Feel free to share this email with your friends and relatives. 

The Frank Salt and Homes of Quality Real Estate Teams.


Check out some of the most recent property listings on our books. When we say we bring you some of the best properties on the island, we really mean it! Click on the picture below to open that property's comprehensive web page.


Malta is rated as 
the 15th safest 
country globally

Malta’s GDP 
stands at 
US$14.54 Billion 


Malta’s inflation rate
forecast for 2020

is 1.83%

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