As you know, we at Realigro always try to give you all the information that can allow you, future investors, to buy in total serenity and awareness a property in a particular state. In fact, everyone has happened to want to pull the plug from the daily routine, perhaps moving permanently to a new country, to start from scratch.
Whether you are a person dedicated to socializing or attracted by the tranquility there are no problems: we will find the solution tailored to you! So, curious to understand which will be the protagonist of today? Here are some clues: Landlocked country, located in the center of the European continent and born from the historical division from Czechoslovakia. You have understood correctly; today we will show you the winning steps to be able to move and buy a property in Slovakia.
Ready? We can start! Let's start by saying that Slovakia, as we had already anticipated, was born in 1993, and in 2004 joined the European Union, but adopting the euro only in 2009. Together with Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, it is part of the former communist bloc states that are currently part of the Schengen area and NATO. Why is it important to know this information, which appears to be purely historical? Like all nations that have experienced a long dictatorial period, Slovakia is also particularly convenient compared to the average cost of living in Europe. Let us see in detail what we are referring to, analyzing the main products and expenses that fall into the basket of goods of a Slovak citizen:
Lunch or Dinner in the Restaurant 5,00 €
Milk (1 liter) 2.69 €
Bread (500 grams) 0,79 €
Rice (1 kg) 0,51 €
Eggs (12) 1,84 €
Local cheese (1 kg) 3,27 €
Chicken breast (1 kg) 2,23 €
Red meat (1 kg) 3,54 €
Single ticket (local transport) 0,70 €
Monthly utilities 178,00 €
Gym (1 month for 1 adult) 26,45 €
Tennis court rental (1 hour) 9,81 €
Cinema (1 adult seat) 6,50 €
But what are the documents needed to gain access to this land? Since 7 April 2017, much more stringent identity checks have been authorised for those coming from outside the Union. Generally, it is enough to show an identity document or passport. At the level of security, no particular critical points have been reported, considering that the control system is particularly efficient, especially in the area of "terrorism". In the wake of the legislation in force in Europe, foreigners who do not have a residence permit in the Republic of Slovenia and do not stay in hotels must register at the nearest Slovenian police station, within a maximum of three days of arrival in the country.
What are the areas where it is worthwhile to buy a property?
Without a doubt, we recommend that you take a look at the capital, Bratislava and the surrounding areas.
As for prices, of course, as in all countries in the world, the capital offers a wider variety of properties but at higher prices. It starts from a minimum of 30,000 euros up to significantly higher levels.
So what are you waiting for?
All you have to do is make your one-way ticket to one of the most beautiful and convenient places in the world!
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