Hungary has an all-new residency bond program financing option

For a limited time, clients of the citizenship by investment program could pay a one-time fee and acquire Hungarian Permanent Residency in 30 days.

Following the recently announced moratorium on the Hungarian Residency Bond Program, and the upcoming March deadline for new applications, a new limited-period offer has just been announced. It allows new and existing clients of the citizenship by investment program to have the option of paying a one-time interest prepayment of €125,000. This offer is in contrast to the current rules that stipulate an applicant need necessarily to lock in €300,000 for a period of five years. The option allows an applicant to gain access to the most popular residency by investment program in Europe and obtain permanent residency within 30 days.

The financing option makes Hungary’s residency program the best in the world, as ranked by Arton Index. Furthermore, the 2017 Passport Index, which ranks the world’s passports, has ranked Hungary’s passport at eighth place in the Global Passport Power Rank, with access to 151 countries visa-free or with visa on arrival.

Arton Capital is a firm that helps clients acquire citizenship by investment and to date has a track record of more than 5,000 invested clients. It also shares a strong relationship with major financial institutions whereby it has managed to secure a syndicated loan from key European and international banks for those who need to finance the required investment.

By the second half of 2017, Arton Capital expects to extend this financing offer to current clients who have already purchased government bonds to obtain residency. Applicants who invested between 2014 and 2016 will be offered a buyback option of their bonds at a rate relative to the bond’s maturity. New investors though will have a limited time before March 31, 2017, to benefit from this opportunity.

For more details, you could contact Arton Capital’s team of experts or visit our page dedicated to Hungary’s Residency Bond Program.