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With its strategic location, abundance of natural beauty, rising tourism, surge in property development and the lowest tax rate in Europe, not to mention its potential membership of the EU in 2025, the tiny Balkan country of Montenegro is ripe for investment. Here are CBI Guide’s top 10 reasons to secure citizenship by investment of Montenegro.
Approved by Saint Lucia’s citizenship by investment programme, The Alpina Saint Lucia Hotel and Alpina Square offer investors the opportunity to acquire real estate - hotel rooms, serviced apartments or offices - in Saint Lucia, delivering not just an attractive ROI but Saint Lucian citizenship and passport.
Located on one of the world’s best beaches, five-star luxury resort Kimpton Kawana Bay on the Caribbean island of Grenada offers citizenship investors the chance to not only secure Grenada’s powerful passport, but also hassle-free ownership of a title deeded studio or suite with the potential for a very attractive return on investment.
The Residences at Secret Bay, a luxury resort in Dominica approved as a property investment by the country's world-leading Citizenship by Investment programme, has reported that 27% of its CBI contracts in 2020 came from African nationals. Industry experts forecast the number to rise to 35% in 2021 as Nigeria, the continent's fastest-growing market, continues to seek second citizenship.
Following the announcement last year that Portugal’s highly successful residency by investment programme was removing Lisbon, Porto and the Algarve as property investment options, with the aim of increasing investment in low-density areas, the Portuguese authorities have further announced this will become effective on July 1, 2021.
Investing in property at one of the Mediterranean’s most sophisticated and buzzing marinas, Porto Montenegro, will not only provide you with an attractive ROI due to the Balkan country’s burgeoning tourism, but with it, Montenegrin citizenship and passport of a country that is set to join the EU by 2025.
Since October 2019, more than 200 investors have obtained Jordanian citizenship via the country’s citizenship by investment programme, bringing US$1.222 billion of investment into the country’s coffers.
Investing in shares in one of the oldest surviving estates in Dominica, now a 53-acre self-sufficient eco-friendly estate, will give you not just a return on investment, but also Dominican citizenship (second passport) and a safe secure and peaceful haven for yourself and your family should a second pandemic hit.