Houses for sale in Montenegro

In total 1,126 listings
Tivat Tivat
152 listings
Petrovac Petrovac
18 listings
Budva Budva
241 listings
Herceg-Novi Herceg-Novi
170 listings
Kotor Kotor
287 listings
Bar Bar
205 listings
Becici Becici
24 listings
All Montenegro
1,126 listings
FAQ about Montenegro
Can foreigners get a mortgage loan to buy a house in Montenegro?
It might be tricky for a foreigner to obtain a mortgage loan for property in Montenegro. Erste Bank is the only bank lending to foreign property buyers, yet the primary qualification for an eligible foreign applicant is to have a residence permit in the country.
How much do utilities cost in Montenegro?
House maintenance costs are not so high in Montenegro as compared to the rest of Europe. Read more about major housing and home ownership costs in Montenegro.
Can buying a house also get foreigners a residence permit in Montenegro?
A property purchase in Montenegro will get residence in the country (except for property for further development that would not qualify a buyer for a residence permit). There is no minimum investment threshold for a residence permit. The purchased property should be free and clear of any encumbrances. Read more in our article.
How to get citizenship in Montenegro by buying a house in Montenegro?
To get citizenship in Montenegro, you would have both to purchase a property out of the government-approved pool investing at least € 250,000 and donate at least € 100,000 to the government fund.
What is the process of buying a house in Montenegro?
It will take 2–4 months in average to register property ownership in Montenegro. To close a transaction, a foreign buyer needs to present a foreign passport of the home country, an individual seller is to produce a legal proof of property ownership and the excerpt from record in the local property registry, and a corporate seller should additionally provide the buyer with its corporate documents. See details here.
What are the house prices in Montenegro?
The prices of homes in Montenegro vary from € 1,500 to € 4,500 for a square metre depending on the region and distance from the sea.
What taxes are charged on house purchase, ownership, and sale in Montenegro?
A transfer tax at 3% is charged on real estate transfers in Montenegro, and 21% VAT is levied if property has not been sold before. The real estate tax is levied for the use of the property at the rates ranging from 0.25 to 1% of the property value. Read more about the taxes charged on house purchase, ownership, rent, and sale in Montenegro on the website.
Would buying house in Montenegro prove to be a profitable investment opportunity?
Buying house in Montenegro can be a good investment due to its potential for profit. Additionally, the annual property taxes in Montenegro are relatively low, ranging from 0.25% to 1% of the property value.
What are the best cities to buy a house in Montenegro?
Popular cities for property investment in Montenegro include Budva, Kotor, Tivat, and Podgorica. Budva and Kotor are renowned for their tourism appeal, Tivat is known for luxury developments, and Podgorica offers business and residential opportunities. It's important to evaluate your specific requirements and preferences when choosing a city.
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