Are foreigners allowed to own property in Maadi?
When we asked expats in Maadi if foreigners are allowed to own property, they answered...
"Yes, foreigners are allowed to own property in Maadi. However, there are certain restrictions and regulations that they must follow. Foreigners can purchase a maximum of two properties for residential purposes, and the total area of the properties should not exceed 4,000 square meters. Additionally, the property must be registered with the local authorities, and the foreigner must obtain a security clearance from the Egyptian government. It is also important to note that foreigners cannot purchase agricultural land or property located in strategic areas," explained one expat living in Maadi, Egypt.
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