Buy a house in Norway: we can help you!
Can foreigners buy a house in Norway?
Generally speaking foreigners are not restricted from buying property in Norway. Concession may be required for certain properties and land bigger than 2 acres. This is regulated by the concession law. You should always get this clarified before submitting a bid for property in Norway.
How do I buy a house in Norway?
Most properties are advertised through finn.no which is the main source for advertising properties for sale in Norway. After you have found a house you like then you should get the prospectus for the property and study it thoroghly. Usually the prospectus is written in Norwegian language so you might want to either get someone to help you translate it orally or get a written translation. We would recommend to get a written translation so that everything about the property is clearly understood.
There is a 2.5 % tax for registrering the deed with the Mapping Authority.
How we can help you?
We can help you with legal due dilligence of the contract and property. In such a process we will highlight the risks and potential challenges that you may face with this property.
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