To complete the list of European nations, we certainly could not leave out a unique and inimitable reality. A Balkan state, landlocked and with a particularly sad and difficult historical past, Serbia will be our protagonist in this mini guide, signed Realigro of course!
After years of conflicts and events that have marked this country, it finally seems that the time has come for redemption, to the point of being selected as one of the nations most beloved by real estate investors. and then, if you are interested in moving by buying a property in Serbia, you have the solution in front of your eyes! We at Realigro have created a short but essential article, aimed at resolving any kind of doubt about this country. You know, to take such a step, is an important choice and must be well thought through. But don't worry! You just have to keep reading the next lines to clear up any doubt! So, make yourself comfortable, we just have to start!
Let's start by saying that this is a landlocked nation, which currently looks to the future with great optimism, oriented to become a new European power. Its capital, Belgrade, is a focal point not only at the administrative level, but also cultural, scientific and economic. A young, low-cost capital that every year attracts many tourists, many of whom decide to move later to change their lives.
What are the documents to be able to access this land?
From 2017, according to EU Regulation 458/2017, more stringent controls are possible to recognize the identity of an individual.for citizens belonging to countries that are members of the Union, it is necessary to show simply in identity document. For periods of residence exceeding 90 days, however, it will be mandatory to apply for a temporary residence permit.
Let us now analyse where it is actually convenient to choose a country such as Serbia as an alternative.
The cost of living in Serbia is very low, which is why it is one of the most convenient European countries. This destination is often chosen by pensioners who want to enjoy in total peace of mind the years after work, with a minimum monthly expense that does not exceed 500 euros.
You can really live with little in Serbia. Just think that with less than two euros you can buy a meal from a fast food, and (to emphasize the economic dynamism of this country) the products exported have extremely high prices, allowing a financial return really exponential.
What are the prices of real estate?
An independent house starts from 25,000 euros but, of course, moving more and more in areas closer to the capital, prices rise, but always without being excessive compared to the European average.
What can I say, it is to be hoped that Serbia will be able to continue its recovery in this way, which, at the moment, seems to have no limits.
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