Greek Golden Visa Scheme to Offer New Investment Options
Taking into consideration the needs of the recovering Greek economy and aiming to bring in much-needed revenue, the Greek government is examining expanding the current golden visa scheme to include investments in shares and bonds, first announced in 2017.
Greece’s current investor visa program grants five-year residency rights for third country nationals who purchase, individually or through a legal entity, property in Greece valued at a minimum of 250,000 euros, or who have taken out a minimum 10-year lease in hotel, accommodation, or tourism facilities.
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Posted on: 13.03.2019
By: GTP editing team
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Chicago-born and raised, Maria Paravantes has over two decades of journalistic experience covering tourism and travel, gastronomy, arts, music and culture, economy and finance, politics, health and social issues for international press and media. She has worked for Reuters, The Telegraph, Huffington Post, Billboard Magazine, Time Out Athens, the Athens News, Odyssey Magazine and SETimes.com, among others. She has also served as Special Advisor to Greece’s minister of Foreign Affairs, and to the mayor of Athens on international press and media issues. Maria is currently a reporter, content and features writer for GTP Headlines.