Are foreigners allowed to own property in Lebanon?
When we asked expats in Lebanon if foreigners are allowed to own property, they answered...
"Foreigners are allowed to own property in Lebanon, but there are certain restrictions in place. Foreigners are not allowed to own property in certain areas, such as military zones, and they must obtain permission from the Ministry of Interior before they can purchase property. Additionally, foreigners are not allowed to own more than 10% of the total land area in any given municipality. Finally, foreigners are not allowed to own property in Lebanon for more than 25 years," remarked another expat in Lebanon.
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Are foreigners allowed to own property in Lebanon?If you live in Lebanon, newcomers to Lebanon would love to hear your answer to this question: