The MPRP is a straightforward residency-by-investment programme based on investments in property and government contributions. With the promise of a 4 to 6-month processing time from the submission of a complete and correct application, the Programme offers much value to clients wishing to make Malta their home away from home.



  • have the right to settle, stay and reside permanently in Malta;
  • enjoy Visa-free travel across Schengen, 90 out of 180 days;
  • penetrate Malta’s affordable real estate market;
  • may include up to four generations in an application;


Eligibility and requirements

To be eligible for the MPRP, applicants should:

  • be third country nationals, non-EU, non-EEA and non-Swiss;
  • not hail from sanctioned countries, as announced from time to time by the Agency;
  • not benefit under other pertinent regulations and schemes;
  • be in receipt of stable and regular financial resources, sufficient to maintain themselves and their dependants, without recourse to the social assistance system of Malta;
  • show they have capital assets of not less than €500,000, out of which a minimum of €150,000 must be financial assets;
  • be fit-and-proper individuals and have a clean criminal record;
  • not pose any potential threat to the national security, public policy, public health or public interest.


To participate in the Programme, applicants must:

  • submit an application via a Licensed Agent;
  • pay a non-refundable administrative fee of €40,000;
  • rent a property for a minimum of €10,000 in the South of Malta/Gozo or €12,000 in the rest of Malta; or
  • purchase a property for a minimum value of €300,000 in the South of Malta/Gozo or €350,000 in the rest of Malta;
  • pay a Government contribution of €28,000 if purchasing a property or €58,000 if leasing a property;
  • pay an additional €7,500 for each additional adult dependant (except for the spouse);
  • hold the qualifying property for a minimum period of 5 years after which a residential address is required;
  • make a donation of €2,000 to a local philanthropic, cultural, scientific, artistic, sport or animal welfare NGO registered with the Commissioner of Voluntary Organisations;
  • be in possession of a valid travel document;
  • take out a sickness insurance policy of cover all risks across Malta;
  • take out a travel insurance when travelling across Schengen.