Montenegro Citizenship by Investment Real Estate

Properties that - alongside other necessary applicant contributions - make the buyer eligible for citizenship in Montenegro through the citizenship by investment program.

The Montenegro Citizenship by Investment Program allows those who, in addition to donating at least EUR 200,000 to government funds, make a EUR 250,000 or EUR 350,000 real estate investment in government-designated hospitality projects to qualify for citizenship in Montenegro.

Whether you are interested in projects in Montenegro’s capital Podgorica and the coastal southern regions (EUR 350,000 minimum investment) or in the northern and central regions of the country (EUR 250,000), you’ll find government-approved development projects in Montenegro on IMI Real Estate, as listed below.

To learn further details about what’s necessary to qualify for Montenegrin citizenship by investment, visit the Montenegro Citizenship by Investment Program page.

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to learn more about:

– Investment requirements
– Investment options
– Processing time
– Physical presence requirements
– Program statistics
– Path to citizenship

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