Real estate investment

Starts from € 280,000

Applicants must invest € 280,000 into government approved real estate for a minimum holding period, after which there are exit options available providing the possibility to realise capital gain on the investment.

Process


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STEP 1

Schedule a free consultation with one of our specialist advisors.

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STEP 2

Prepare necessary documents & submit citizenship.

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STEP 3

Apply for an entry visa to Portugal in order for the individual to travel to the country to buy a property.

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STEP 4

We will then guide you to a property that fully satisfies both your and the programme’s requirements.

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STEP 5

Visit Portugal to purchase the property and visit immigration for the collection of biometrics and to get your passport stamped.

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STEP 6

Purchase the property and submit your residency application.

Applicants will then become permanent residents.

Frequently Asked Questions

Non - EU citizens who are above the age of 18 years old, have a clear source of funds and have no criminal record.

No, there is no direct citizenship by investment programme, however providing you purchase a property of more than EUR 280,000 you will be granted residency. Once residency is granted, providing you maintain your investment and fulfil your residency requirements, you will become eligible to apply for citizenship after a period of 5 years.

Portugal enjoys year-round sunny, warm climates and some of the most stunning coastlines and beaches in Europe. Residents can also enjoy attractive tax incentives and visa-free travel throughout the Schengen Area. Plus, the chance to gain Portuguese citizenship within a 5 year period.

Applicants must invest € 280,000 into government approved real estate for a minimum holding period, after which there are exit options available providing the possibility to realise capital gain on the investment.

Portugal's Golden Visa is Valid for an initial period of 1 year, once renewed after year 1, it is then valid for 2 years moving forward.

7 days in the first year, and 14 days between the next 2 years

Yes.

No. However, if the property is rented out, he will pay tax on income generated from the property, if the property is sold, there will be capital gains tax.

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