Discover the benefits of investing in real estate in this beautiful country.


Economic Stability
Austria boasts a robust and stable economy, marked by consistent GDP growth and low unemployment rates. This economic stability creates favorable environment for real estate investments, providing a solid foundation for potential returns.
Property Market Trends
The Austrian property market exhibits a positive trajectory, with increasing property values and steady demand for rentals. Investors can leverage these upward trends to capitalize on the potential for value appreciation and attractive rental yields.
Legal and Regulatory Environment
Austria offers a transparent and secure legal framework for real estate transactions. Well-defined property rights, clear zoning regulations, and investor-friendly policies contribute to a trustworthy and efficient environment for real estate dealings.
Infrastructure Development
Austria boasts a well-developed infrastructure that enhances the overall appeal of real estate investments. Efficient transportation networks, modern public amenities, and ongoing infrastructure development projects contribute to the overall desirability of properties.
Political Climate
The stable political climate in Austria provides assurance and predictability for real estate investors. A consistent political environment minimizes uncertainties, contributing to a secure investment landscape for those considering long-term commitments.
Financing and Mortgage Options
Austria offers accessible financing and diverse mortgage options for real estate investors. Favorable interest rates and a range of financing instruments facilitate ease of investment, empowering investors with financial flexibility and support for their property transactions.


Austria, a country nestled in the heart of Europe, is renowned for its rich history and cultural heritage. Vienna, the capital, showcases a blend of imperial elegance and modern vitality. With architectural gems like Schönbrunn Palace and the historic Belvedere, the city's real estate market is uniquely infused with a timeless charm.
Vienna's real estate landscape is a testament to architectural diversity. From grand Baroque palaces to contemporary glass-and-steel structures, the city accommodates a range of architectural styles. The diverse options appeal to a broad spectrum of homebuyers and investors seeking distinctive properties.
Vienna is famously known for its commitment to green living. The city is adorned with numerous parks and green spaces, providing a refreshing contrast to the urban hustle. The proximity to lush gardens, such as the Stadtpark and Augarten, adds value to residential properties, creating a harmonious balance between city life and nature.
As the cultural epicenter of Europe, Vienna offers a vibrant arts and music scene. The city is home to iconic venues like the Vienna State Opera and the Musikverein. Proximity to these cultural hubs enhances the appeal of real estate, attracting those who appreciate the artistic and intellectual atmosphere of the city.
Vienna consistently ranks high in global quality of life indices. The city's commitment to public services, healthcare, and infrastructure contributes to a high standard of living. This aspect, combined with a low crime rate and excellent public transportation, makes Vienna an attractive destination for those seeking an exceptional quality of life through real estate investments.
Austria's strong economic foundation extends to Vienna, fostering a stable real estate market. The city's strategic location, coupled with a thriving business environment, attracts international investors. Vienna's real estate market reflects the city's economic strength, offering a range of investment opportunities from luxury residences to commercial spaces, hotels and trade-centers.




Any questions?
What districts of Vienna do you offer? Which districts are popular with clients for purchase and why?
We offer generally all districts of Vienna, but our firm recommends the affluent districts such as 1,2,3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 18, 19. In addition, our company focuses on the higher price segment. These districts are favored by our clients not only because they are historically noble areas with picturesque streets and parks, but there are fewer commuters.
Do you offer secondary real estate as well as new buildings? Do developers offer installments or credit options in this case?
We offer both primary and secondary real estate. As for installments, everything is purely individual and depends on the developer. Usually, Austrian developers do not offer such a service as installments. As far as lending is concerned, this practice is quite common. Our firm also provides services in such matters.
What is the average cost of properties by district in Vienna?
The cost of properties varies greatly depending on the district and the size of the apartment - as a rule, the larger the apartment, the higher its price per square meter. In 2023 in the 1. district apartments were sold from 15.000 euros per m2, from 2. to 9. districts - at a price of 6.800 to 15.000 euros per square meter. In 11. districts you can buy an apartment up to 5.000 euros per square meter. (Source: Der Standard)
What additional costs does the buyer pay when buying real estate in Austria?
3.5% of the value - tax on the purchase of real estate 1.1% of the value - tax for entry in the land register 1 to 2% + 20% VAT - for drawing up the purchase contract, approx. 10% of the value - additional costs See table Additional costs *link
What status does a client have to have in order to be eligible to buy real estate in Austria?
To purchase real estate in Austria as an individual, you need to have the status of a citizen of Austria or another EU country, or a residence permit in Austria or another EU country. Almost any real estate in Austria can be purchased by a legal entity, but provided that more than 51% of it is owned by EU legal entities. (Legal entities registered in the EU or European Economic Area do not qualify as foreign companies and are free to buy real estate in Austria)
Are there any exceptions for foreigners to purchase real estate in Austria?
Yes, there are federal states where the purchase for foreigners is not restricted. For information please contact our company.
Can an Austrian legal entity, the majority of shares of which are owned by non-EU citizens, purchase real estate in Austria?
In general, Austrian legal entities can acquire real estate in Austria. However, if the majority (more than 50%) of the shares of a legal entity is owned by non-EU citizens, the legal entity qualifies as a foreign company and must apply for a special permit to be able to acquire real estate in Austria. Exceptions are the so-called "two-tier structures". In some states (Bundesländer) of Austria (e.g. Vienna), an Austrian legal entity (LE1) that is wholly owned by another Austrian legal entity (LE2) does not qualify as a foreign company, even if the LE2 is 100% owned by non-EU citizens. In this case, the LE1 does not need to obtain special authorization to acquire real estate in Austria.
What other rights of use besides ownership are possible in relation to real estate?
In addition to ownership of real estate, other agreements such as simple leases and property leases, legal concepts for the division of property into landed property and built property (Superädifikat) as well as the lease of buildings (Baurecht) are common. In addition, easements (Dienstbarkeit) can be created over real estate. There are differences between land easements and personal easements, including, inter alia, rights of use and rights of occupancy (Nießrecht).
Does a non-resident have the right to rent out real estate? If yes, what income tax does he pay?
When renting out a home, a foreign investor must pay income tax, file an annual tax return and use a double taxation avoidance agreement (DTAA). Taxes on rental income remain low, taxing only the net profit. For example, on a €1 million investment with an expected ROI of 3%, the taxable profit would be less than 5% of the income, taking into account deductions for depreciation and mortgage interest.
Is it possible to organize the management of clients' properties?
Yes, we can hire a maintenance company for you. Fees are negotiated separately.
Does your agency also offer commercial real estate or ready-made businesses in the segment of hotels, restaurants, cafes?
Yes, we offer a large selection of commercial real estate, as well as projects for investment. We will be glad to send you presentations of such objects.
What is important to consider when deciding to obtain a residence permit in Austria?
When deciding to obtain a residence permit in Austria, it is important to consider the following: - Usually all residence permits require permanent residence in Austria for more than 6 months per year. - Holders of residence permits become tax residents of the Republic of Austria. - After five years of residence with a residence permit and a B1 level of German, you are entitled to a permanent residence permit, and after ten (six) years you are entitled to Austrian citizenship. - Rapid citizenship is possible if special services corresponding to the Austrian interests under the Austrian citizenship law are provided. - A residence permit is usually issued for one year and can be renewed the following year. After two years, an extension for a further three years is possible, and after five years, a permanent residence permit for five years. - A basic knowledge of German at the A1/A2/B1 level is mandatory for the granting and renewal of residence permits, except in certain cases.

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