Luxury 3 & 4 Bedroom Villas with Unobstructed Views in Peyia
Ideally located in a quiet residential street of Peyia this superb project of 5 luxury villas has breathtaking unobstructed sea views. Each villa has a unique design and fantastic overflow swimming pool. Each property comprises either 3 or 4 bedrooms, has a fully fitted white kitchen with black worktops and surfaces and a massive open plan lounge and dining area. Natural light is shed within every room. Their covered area is 137 sq/m.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes - as at mid-2023, both a residence permit and a permanent residence permit are issued by the Cypriot authorities. Moreover, there are no prohibitions based on nationality and, for example, citizens of the Russian Federation also successfully become residents of the country. There are more than ten ways to get a residence permit. This is , for example, a student visa, a residence permit for financially independent persons, digital nomads, a residence permit based on employment, an investment Fast Track ... Of course, since the pandemic, many coordination procedures have taken longer than usual, but the country's authorities have not imposed any restrictions. But there are many nuances in the process, so each case requires individual consideration.
Foreign citizens can still open a Cypriot bank account. Only citizens of the Russian Federation and Belarus have difficulties. Most likely if you just come from the street in 2023, they will not open an account for you. And it is important that the “source of funds” is not associated with sanctioned activities. In practice, the list of incomes considered "sanctioned" has recently been expanding. An exception, for example, is the income received from the rental of real estate. By the way, it is not necessary to have your own bank account to buy a property if you are in Cyprus. But having already purchased it, and furthermore, having received permanent residence, both Russians and Belarusians can open an account. However, one must be prepared for the fact that checks (including the origin of funds) by banks have become tougher, although not particularly lengthened - the process takes, as before, about 2 weeks.
The main steps are as follows: verification of the buyer - including a banking verification. This is the most important, now necessary step, allowing to assess whether you can actually make a deal selection of a property (on-site or remote) and simultaneous submission of documents to the bank prepaid reservation conclusion of an agreement (with a description of the terms of payment) payment for the property registration of property rights, receipt of supporting documents. Depending on the details of a specific transaction, additional checks and preparation of documents are possible at different steps of the procedure.
Just note that it makes sense to contact (and communicate) with a reliable and professional company - with a history and positive reviews. Firstly, you involve specialists who understand the market, prices, offers, and the transaction procedure as assistants. They will help solve problems in an unfamiliar country with its own specifics. Second, you can find a company that speaks your language. You will be helped to organize viewings, collect documents, agree on deadlines and arrange necessary meetings and procedures. Thirdly, in many cases you can expect the price to come even down for a particular object - serious agencies usually have "special conditions" when dealing with developers. You should not hope for huge discounts, but you definitely won’t overpay. Finally, a good agency will help you resolve issues that are not directly related to the purchase. Teaching children, settling in a new place, searching for a master or a specialist of any profile - the needs can be very different.
Cyprus is not an offshore jurisdiction, but it offers favorable tax conditions for those who become tax residents of the country. You can become a tax resident by residing in Cyprus for more than 183 days a year or if you: - Reside in Cyprus for at least 60 days in a tax year. - Do not live in another country for more than 183 days during the tax year. - Are not a tax resident of another country. - Have property in Cyprus, either owned or rented. In this case, you may qualify for Non-Domicile tax residency, where you are exempt from paying the Special Defense Contribution (SDC). The following are not subject to taxation: - Dividend income. - Interest income from deposits. - Rental income from real estate (except for income tax). You also do not pay tax on income outside of Cyprus, securities sales tax, inheritance taxes, gifts, and luxury taxes. These are just some of the advantages. For more detailed information, we recommend contacting us directly.
Yes, such transactions are practiced, especially when purchasing property at an early stage of construction or even before it begins when there is no opportunity to see the finished property. For example, our company facilitates the process by conducting online tours, showcasing potential options and areas, as well as addressing any questions and concerns that arise. The key aspect of this scheme is to find a trusted individual or company that will represent your interests, and then prepare, sign, and apostille a notarized power of attorney in their name.