Real Estate Investment
To qualify for citizenship under the real estate option, the government requires applicants to make an investment in designated, officially approved real estate with the initially invested amount, plus the payment of government processing fees and due diligence fees. This type of projects entail investing in commercial or residential property in your country of choise. The requirement can vary from total ownership of the property, fractional share (ownership) in a major development or a lease for the required duration. Shared ownership in a large development involves being a passive investor and not managing any part of the project. In all real esatate options, the initially invested amount must be maintain for a minimum period, usually ranging from three to five years. You can then sell your share after the required duration at the current market value.