Montenegro is at the heart of discovery, beauty, and opportunity. Long considered the pearl of the Balkans, this nation represents the ideal symbiosis between a natural and modern world. As one of the fastest growing economies in the Balkans, Montenegro is quickly becoming a key destination for investors seeking mobility, security, and increased quality of life.
Montenegro’s natural beauty and sophistication aren’t the only reasons why the nation is attracting vast opportunity for growth and development. Its recent independence and strategic position have also influenced Montenegro to become central to some of the most important industries in the world.
To qualify for residency or citizenship, applicants must fulfill one of the investment options below in addition to meeting the following criteria:
Applicants must make a contribution of €100,000 in the form of a government fund donation.
In addition to the donation, applicants are required to invest in approved real estate projects in the country. Depending on where the selected projects are, applicants will have the choice of the following investment levels:
The program will start accepting applications on October 1, 2018. As demand for Montenegro is considerable, only the first 100 pre-enrolment requests will get guaranteed places within the quota of 2,000 applications. Remainder of quota will be on first come, first serve basis. Program will close as soon as the quota has been reached.
Updated yearly, the Arton Index is an overall assessment and comparative benchmark of the country and its investment program.
Population Growth: -0.28%
17 400 USD
GDP (per capita)
GDP (purchasing power parity)
11.01 billion USD
Visa free countries
Southeastern Europe, between the Adriatic Sea and Serbia
0-14: 15.10%, 15-24: 9.58%, 24-54: 46.59%, 55-64: 13.58%, 65+: 15.14%
Serbian 42.9%, Montenegrin (official) 37%, Bosnian 5.3%, Albanian 5.3%, Serbo-Croat 2%
Orthodox 72.1%, Muslim 19.1%, Catholic 3.4%, atheist 1.2%
1 USD = 0.89 EUR