Real estate investment in Liechtenstein
The sale of real estate to foreigners is restricted in Liechtenstein: to purchase, you need to obtain a residence permit, live in the country for at least three years, and get permission from the government.
The cost of real estate depends on the area, the year of construction, the view from the window, and the presence of a terrace and underground parking.
of housing in Liechtenstein
Cost of a 3-bedroom apartment in Liechtenstein
Penthouse with a terrace in Mauren. Underground parking and a storage room are in the basement of the house
Apartment in Eschen at the foot of the mountains. There is underground parking
Apartment in Vaduz
Liechtenstein residence permit or citizenship by real estate investment
Obtaining a Liechtenstein residence permit or citizenship is not connected with purchasing real estate.
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Taxes and associated costs
Liechtenstein doesn’t have an annual property tax.
Rental income is included in the income tax base. The tax rate is progressive and ranges between 3.24% and 17%.
maintenance of an apartment
Electricity, gas, water, heating, and garbage collection
Internet, TV and telephone
Sellers of real estate in Liechtenstein pay an income tax of 2.1% on the difference between the sale and purchase prices.
of real estate in Liechtenstein
Paid on the difference between the sale and purchase prices