Residential property as a business opportunity in Slovenia, EU

Residential property as a business opportunity in Slovenia, EU

If you have planned to invest in real estate in Slovenia for the purpose of long-term or short-term rent, you can buy residential property through the company. The process of company establishment in Slovenia is very straight-forward. Also, it gives you a good possibility for return on investment if you purchase residential property and rent it out.

Residential property as a business opportunity in Slovenia, EU – establishing the company in Slovenia

Most non-EU citizens cannot purchase property in Slovenia as natural persons. Also, if you plan on using the property as a business activity, you would need to have a legal entity through which you would rent out this residential property.

A foreigner can establish a LTD company. For that the shareholders need to provide 7.500€ founding capital. Shareholders and representatives would also need Slovenian tax numbers to register the company. They all need to come to Slovenia to perform company registration and open the corporate bank account. Additionally, a company needs a business address where it would have official business seat.

With all those documents, you can make the act of establishment and open the temporary bank account of the company. To this account, you deposit 7.500€. The court registers the company within 3-5 business days after depositing the capital. Afterwards you would activate the permanent bank account and your company can officially start doing business.

Residential property as a business opportunity in Slovenia, EU- what are the possibilities for business conduct?

After you establish a company you can purchase real estate. If you also want to rent it out to tenants, you need to have the appropriate business activity registered within the company. This would allow you to legally issue invoices to tenants and generate income for your company. You can rent out the apartment or house as long-term rent as well as short-term holiday rent.

In addition to residential property, you can also purchase commercial property such as offices. These you can also rent out to companies looking for their business space.

Your company could also purchase land and construct residential property on that land with the intention of renting it out to tenants. Renting residential property can be a great and safe business opportunity for foreigners looking for a possibility to start or expand their business in Slovenia.

Residential property as a business opportunity in Slovenia, EU – possibility of business immigration

If you are a non-EU citizen who is starting or expanding business to Slovenia, company formation could also result in business immigration to Slovenia. As many foreigners want to oversee their business first-hand, they tend to want to relocate to Slovenia to make it happen. Non-EU citizens need to obtain a work and residence permit for Slovenia to be able to work in their company and live here. The possibility to obtain it does not come automatically with company establishment. But if your business activity is renting own real estate and you make the purchase of residential property in the amount of at least 50.000€, you have the possibility to apply for a work and residence permit.

Establish a company with the support of Data!

If you plan on buying and renting residential property and would like to establish a company in Slovenia, Data would happily help. We can obtain the necessary documents for company registration. You can register the company free of charge at our One-Stop Shop (VEM/SPOT point)

We can also offer you accountancy services and tax consultation. Our legal department can help you to prepare contracts. They can also advise you about the proper way to rent out residential property.

If you need a business address in Slovenia, we can offer services of virtual office in Slovenia.

For more information about company establishment in Slovenia, you can write to us on our email [email protected]. You can also contact us over the phone 00386 1 6006 270 or 00386 40 530 718 (Viber, WhatsApp). You can also follow us on Facebook.

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