Greece has a fast and flexible real estate Residency by Investment Program. A €250,000 purchase in one or multiple types of real estate from residential, to hotel to commercial earns you Residency as long as you hold the real estate.
Physical residency is not required.
Known for its literature, history, art, philosophy and beautiful landscapes, Greece has no shortage of admirers. Located in the south of the Balkan Peninsula and comprised of more that 1,400 islands, Greece has the Aegean Sea to the east of the mainland, the Ionian Sea to the west, the Cretan Sea and the Mediterranean Sea to the south.
Greece gained independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1830. The country joined NATO in 1952, became a member of the European Union in 1981 and adopted the euro in 2002. Th current Prime Minister reestablished a coalition government following 2015. The 2008 financial crisis hit Greece hard and has yet to recover fully. However, Greece has made strides in restoring macroeconomic stability and implementing austerity measures and fiscal adjustments.
Shipping and tourism are Greece’s main industries. Popular destinations include Athens, Santorini, Crete, Mykonos, Corfu and more.
A 250,000 Euro investment in real estate is required. Residency can be obtained in as little as 40 days. Please see investment options below. The real estate must be held or you will lose the residency. It is possible to take a mortgage.
You are eligible to apply for citizenship if you have been resident in Greece for more than 7 years and meet a few other qualifications. Spouses, direct descendants of spouses under 21, children under 21 and parents are eligible for the application. Unmarried partners are not considered family.
Capital and Largest City:
USD $ 200.78 billion
131,957 sq km (50,949 sq miles)
Navagio Beach Greece
Karpathos Island Greece
The Acropolis in Athens
A beautiful beach in Greece
A residence in Crete Greece
This list may be subject to change by the concerned Governments