I absolutely love Montenegro, and spend a few months every year there.
The warm water of the Adriatic, combined with amazing hiking in stunning national parks and skiing in Winter are not the only features that make Montenegro attractive.
Life is very affordable (€2 pints), yet luxury is around the corner in places such as Porto Montenegro. The locals are fun, in a very direct kind of way. And it taxes income at a flat rate of 9% on worldwide income. There are discussions to change the tax system to a progressive one, with rates of 9%, 12%, and 15%.
Even then, it would be a better deal than the vast majority of Europe.
There are currently two ways to obtain residency in Montenegro:
1. Through real estate ownership
2. Through company formation
In this video, I interviewed my immigration agent Andreas, who has helped some of my own family members move to Montenegro. He explains the pros and cons of each residency option, as well as the paperwork required to apply for residency.
Feel free to check out Andreas’ services and price list here.
If you’re looking for real estate in Montenegro, do get in touch with one of my favourite agents here.
Other services in Montenegro:
- Create a company in Montenegro
- A Real Estate Lawyer in Montenegro
- My favourite real estate agents in Montenegro
Articles on Montenegro:
- Full Guide to buying and investing in Montenegro Real Estate
- How to flip a house for a 50% gain in Montenegro
- Decent rental yields for Real Estate in Montenegro
- Buying Montenegro Real Estate – a Case Study with ROI figures
If you want to discuss your internationalization and diversification plans, book a consulting session* or send me an email.
*a consulting session is a discussion about your portfolio and objectives. It does not constitute legal, financial, tax or investment advice.