InterNations – Uniting Americans living in Cyprus. Would you like to get in touch with other Americans in Cyprus? Are you in need of help and advice from your American compatriots? Or would you like to join other American expats on an excursion to discover sights and landmarks – e.g. the Mesaoria, the heartland of the isle?
What's Living in Cyprus really like? According to the latest statistics there are upwards of 60,000 British expatriates living in Cyprus. But is the Republic really the carefree paradise every estate agent claims it to be?
Cost of living in Cyprus is 16.54% lower than in United States (aggregate data for all cities, rent is not taken into account). Rent in Cyprus is 48.71% lower than in United States (average data for all cities).
If you are looking for a new expat destination, do keep in mind that there are numerous advantages to settling down in the Jewel of the Mediterranean, as an individual as well as a family. Read on to find out the top 5 reasons why moving to Cyprus will make your life better: Incentives and Tax Breaks to Home Buyers
Christy Fisher is an American expat living in Paphos. She moved to Cyprus with her husband when he got a job as a brewer at a new microbrewery on the island. Although she enjoys the sunshine and relaxed pace of life in Paphos, Christy says it can feel very isolated at times, and she misses having her own career and access to more arts and cultural activities.
Let’s try to find out what makes Cyprus one of the best places to retire in the world. The main reason why people from northern Europe are drawn to Cyprus is because this is one country that offers them the kind of climate they simply love. The typical climate of Cyprus consists of long summers and winters that are fairly mild.
Latest Blogs by American Expats Living in Cyprus. An American in Cyprus Political blog by a California native, law school graduate and wife and mother living and working in Nicosia, Cyprus. The Seoul of Cyprus The Seoul of Cyprus is a blog chronicling the journey of a Korean-American family living abroad in Cyprus.
But sooner or later everyone will start making their own list called: Pros and cons of living in Cyprus. If you are considering moving to Cyprus you will of course not have that luxury. So here is a list of pros and cons about living in Cyprus, which are based on my perspective and input from other expats (of varying nationality) living in Cyprus.
Cyprus has one of the lowest corporate tax rates in the European Union at 12.5%, while the maximum personal tax rate is 35%, those earning less than €19,500 are tax exempt. Personal Financial Services. Cyprus has a well-developed banking system modelled on the British banking system.
I met extremely friendly people but they were not Maltese, I met amazing Lybians, Greeks, and Brazilians. Only after living 1 year in Malta, I managed to have Maltese friends. In terms of pricing, Malta is expensive if you want to live in Sliema/St. Julian’s areas which are the expat zone.