The amount of people that want to Rent apartments Malta have become increasingly popular in Malta & Gozo due to high demand of people wanting to rent a place.
Apartments in Malta
Malta has become full of Apartments with such a variety to choose from. Weather it is an Apartment to buy, sell or rent, there is so much to choose from. Apartments in Malta can be 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom or 3 bedroom. It is very rare to find a four bedroom apartment in Malta or even larger. Currently the average apartment size would be around 80 square metres for a one bedroom. 100 square metres for a 2 bedroom, and around 120-130 square metres for a 3 bedroom. The Price then depends on many different factors.
Why Rent an Apartment in Malta?
If you are interested in buying an apartment or interested in an Apartments for rent in Malta. Apartments are extremely ideal for first time buyers which are cheaper than houses. Even if you need a home loan from the bank in Malta it is very possible to get. There also many schemes which help both locals and foreigners to buy an apartment or property in Malta or Gozo. Buying an apartment can be an investment for you, since you can get a solid amount if you rent the property out. Apartment rent in Malta is not cheap which means there is lots of money considering the over populated country, investors and tourists that visit the country. Be it short or long let.
The Property Market in Malta & Gozo
Over the past years, Malta has been one of the countries that has grown in the Real Estate Industry. With a extremely high property inflation, which is recognized to be one of the highest in the world. Real estate companies in Malta offer great service to all sort of clients.
The prices in Malta vary depending on the area, property size, bedrooms etc. In Malta the central parts like Sliema, St Julians, Swieqi, Madliena are extremely popular areas which are more on the high end price list due to its surroundings. Properties towards the south of Malta are cheaper compared to the central and northern area of the island.
The North of Malta has more countryside whilst the central areas and southern areas are filled with properties. When one compares the north to the south this is the first thing that comes to mind.