Are foreigners allowed to own property in Tartu?
When we asked expats in Tartu if foreigners are allowed to own property, they answered...
"Yes, foreigners are allowed to own property in Tartu. Both individuals and legal entities from foreign countries can purchase and own real estate in Estonia without any restrictions. However, there might be some exceptions for agricultural and forest land, where permission from the local government may be required. It is advisable for foreigners to consult with a local real estate agent or attorney to ensure compliance with all regulations and procedures when purchasing property in Tartu," explained one expat living in Tartu, Estonia.
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