Since 1st January 2014 EU or EEA citizens can buy property in Bulgaria without restrictions.
Non-EU or EEA citizens cannot buy properties in Bulgaria that includes land, for example a house in a plot of land, or an apartment with ideal parts of the land the block was built on, but they have the possibility to buy property without restrictions as long as the property is bought by means of a Bulgarian company.
The first step for a Non-EU or EEA citizen to buying a property in Bulgaria thus is to register a Bulgarian company.
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4 thoughts on “Do I need to register a company in order to buy property in Bulgaria?”
If I buy a house in Bulgaria I can get resident visa in bulgaria. pleease inform me I would be pleased.
The best would be to ask the Bulgarian embassy about your specific case.
You should be able to get at least a Schengen Visa. You can see more information about it here:
I bought residential property with a large garden in 2007 and had to register a company when buying it. Now with the restrictions lifted regarding a registered company can I now
finish the company and who do I need to contact regarding this
Hi Jim, thank you for your question. This is a truely intresting development. Unfortunately, so far, we do not have any information on this. Best would be to contact a real-estate lawyer in Bulgaria. I’m sure they will be able to help you.