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The right of foreign citizens to purchase real estate on the territory of Serbia

Who can buy real estate in Serbia and on what terms

Foreign individuals and legal entities that operate on the territory of the Republic of Serbia on the basis of the principle of reciprocity have the right to acquire real estate that they require to carry out their activities.

Foreign individuals and legal entities that do not operate on the territory of the Republic of Serbia on the basis of the principle of reciprocity have the right to purchase apartments or residential buildings, but they do not have the right to buy any land (except that which belongs to the purchased apartment or house).
* Reciprocity principle (Reciprocitet) means that real estate in the territory of the Republic of Serbia can be purchased by citizens of those countries whose legislation allows citizens of Serbia to purchase real estate in their country.
List of countries where the principle of reciprocity applies:
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Armenia, Bahrain, Belize, Belgium, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, British virgin Islands, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Canada, China, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Morocco, Mexico, Moldova, New Zealand, Norway, United Arab Emirates, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Romania, USA, Singapore, Syria, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Finland, France, Croatia, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Sweden, Switzerland, South Africa, Japan.
Citizens of countries that are not listed can apply to the Ministry for clarification. Since the establishment of the principle of reciprocity with some countries is in the process.
 

Articles and instructions about Serbia

17.10.2019

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Instruction

The process of buying and selling real estate in Serbia

The process of buying and selling real estate in Serbia, the city of Novi Sad is as follows: Once you have decided on the real estate that you want to purchase, the process of registration of the transaction begins. 1. Documentation check. Immediately I want to put all the dots on i’s in Serbia there […]

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23.07.2019

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Instruction

Important phone numbers or when the ambulance doesn’t arrive

All phone numbers in Novi Sad are dialed in the format 021 and then the emergency number if you call from a local SIM card. In case of dialing a number from a foreign SIM card, dial the format +381 (0) zero in this case,do not use 21 and the emergency number. For example, +38121194 […]

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05.05.2019

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Blog about Serbia

What is salash and why go there

Salash or HOMESTEAD is a complex of residential buildings, farm facilities for livestock and land processing. The name Salash comes from the Hungarian word szallas – home, shelter. Salashi were created in the first half of the 19th century and were places where shepherds and later ploughmen lived. Their original purpose was to provide summer […]

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19.06.2019

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About the features of renting real estate in Novi Sad

1. First of all, I would like to say that the second name of the city of Novi Sad is the city of students. Which already suggests that the demand for Studio apartments, one-room apartments of small size is quite high, which is what landlords use mercilessly inflating the price of renting for a small […]

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23.04.2019

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Registration of foreign citizens at their place of residence

Every foreigner that came to Serbia, is obliged to be registered at their place of residence. Registration can be made in the duty service of the police station or in the regional police Department-in the Department that carries out activities related to the movement and stay of foreigners. The period during which, according to Serbian […]

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