Continuing to analyze the various countries that arouse increasing interest in real estate investors, but also in tourists, our attention has focused on a very special state and that is often not taken into account, despite the many opportunities it offers.
Who has never felt tired of the usual daily routine? Let's face it, we all live that period in which we want to give up everything and start from scratch for many reasons. The lack of work, the desire to escape, the need to reset their lives more closely to our needs. Today, we at Realigro, we want to give you the opportunity to do so, in a simple and intuitive way, which will allow you to realize your dream! So, how about receiving all the information you need to be able to move and buy a property in Albania?
Yes! Today the protagonist of our article is her, a nation unique in its kind and with many wonders to discover. So, we just have to start!
From the point of view of landscape, this land enjoys a truly remarkable wealth. The mountains blend with the Mediterranean coast allowing nature lovers to find their own corner of paradise. With its Mediterranean climate in the coastal area and continental in the mountainous, maintains average temperatures of about 23 ° C throughout the year. It is therefore not surprising that one of the driving forces of the Albanian economy is precisely in the tourist sector. In recent years, the increase in travelers has been really significant, so much so that the New York Times has awarded Albania a fine fourth place in the ranking of destinations to visit.
Among the various UNESCO sites that host this land we remember :
- Butrinto, an ancient city
- Argirocastro, a medieval Ottoman town
- Berat, "the city of a thousand and one windows"
But what are the documents needed to gain access to Albania? Passport or identity document valid for expatriation are ambivalent, the important thing is that they have a validity of more than three months from the date of return from Albania. Citizens of the European Union do not need a visa.
Once in this land, the terror that invades the tranquility of many is just one: the language. It is known, Albanian is not simple but you should not despair! The population, as a multi-ethnic, is used to dealing with tourists and foreigners every day. Albanians in fact speak perfectly English and Italian. So, the rock of the language can be said to be overcome!
Another discriminating element for future Albanian citizens is the cost of living. Should we live in Albania? In order to make you better touch this aspect, we have decided to insert a small list relating to the basket of goods. Remember that the official currency is the Albanian Lek (1 Albanian Lek (ALL) is worth 124.8520 Euro)
Lunch or Dinner in the Restaurant 4,81 €
Milk (1 liter)3,56 €
Bread (500 grams) 0,45 €
Rice (1 kg) 0,45 €
Eggs (12) 1,39 €
Local cheese (1 kg) 2,01 €
Single ticket (local transport) 0,32 €
Monthly utilities 62,23 €
We can understand that the cost of living in Albania is particularly low compared to the European average. Being a former communist country, despite a critical initial period, has shown great strength and determination, to the point of being currently an optimal destination for investment.
So let's come to the question you've all been waiting for: how much does it cost to buy a property in Albania? The average cost of a rental is about 270 euros, while for the signing of a contract of sale, prices start from 800 euros per square meter.
Among the most beautiful areas where it is possible and advisable to buy a property, we identify the capital, Tirana, Durres, Vlora and Saranda.
What are you waiting for? Now you can finally take this long-awaited step and move to one of the most beautiful and convenient countries in the world!
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