Mother and motherland are worth more than the kingdom of heaven. This is the phrase that most represents one of the most famous nations in the world, belonging to the Asian continent. Crossed by the Ganges plain and the Himalayan mountain range and above all with one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, Nepal will be the undisputed protagonist of our mini guide today.
Why move to a small country and if we want so far from the Western culture? Will it be better to live there? What are the documents necessary to be able to enter this country? To all these questions, we will answer shortly! We at Realigro always want to give you that winning alternative, which you would never have considered before.
Today, the mood of the day is as follows: buy a property in Nepal!
How? Want to know more? Well, then get comfortable, we're ready to start!
Let's start with the basics, analyzing in detail what are the travel documents required to be able to access Nepal. Passport and visa are the main documents that will allow you to cross the border in this land. We remind you that :
- It is essential that the passport has a residual validity of at least six months at the time of entry into the country. The passport, moreover, must have at least one blank page, for the affixing of the two stamps (one of entry and the other of exit from the country).
- To enter Nepal, a visa is also required, which can be obtained directly on arrival at the airport (Kathmandu). . A visa is directly proportional, in terms of price, to the period of stay in the country (for 15 days it costs 25 U.S. dollars; a visa for 30 days it costs 40 U.S. dollars).
After passing the administrative hurdle, we try to get into the heart of our mini guide.
What is the cost of living in Nepal? To answer this question, often highly discriminating in the process of choosing a country to move to, we decided to include a small list of the basket of goods and services typical of this nation, with their prices. Remember that the official currency is the Nepalese Rupee (1 Nepalese Rupee corresponds to 0.0079 euros).
Meal, Cheap Restaurant 250,00 N₨
Meal for 2 People, Medium Restaurant, Three Serves 1,150.00 N₨
Menu from McDonalds (or equivalent menu) 700,00 N₨
National beer (0.5L draught) 300.00 N₨
Milk (normal), (1L) 77,22 N₨
Fresh white bread loaf (500g) 54,74 N₨
Rice (white), (1kg) 90,08 N₨
Eggs (normal) (12) 163,02 N₨
Local cheese (1kg) 807,93 N₨
Chicken breast (boneless, skinless), (1kg) 428,70 N₨
One way ticket (local transport) 20,00 N₨
Monthly subscription (full price) 900,00 N₨
Basic (Electricity, Heating, Air conditioning, Water, Garbage)
for an apartment of 85m 2 3,287.31 N₨
Last but not least, we couldn't help but mention our sector: real estate! What is the cost of buying a property in Nepal?
For the monthly rent of an apartment (1 bedroom) in the city center (taking into account the capital) the figure is 16,933.96 N₨ monthly. Otherwise, for the signing of a contract of sale, you start from 78,462.89 N₨ per square meter.
What can I say, we hope that our mini guide has been useful. We just have to wish you a good trip!
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