The Company

“As a fast growing company in the local real estate market, we already enjoy positive feedback from our customers who are satisfied with our portfolio, unique choice of property and attention to detail to ensure an honest and genuine relationship with our clients.”

Kevin Callus

Top Reasons why should choose Key Property Estates


  • Fastest growing company in the Real Estate market
  • Honest and genuine advice
  • Easy to communicate with
  • Fair pricing policies

About Malta

Whether it’s for the sunny weather, lovely seas, friendly locals or a stable business environment, buying or renting property in Malta may be on your agenda this year.

The Maltese archipelago lies virtually at the center of the Mediterranean Sea, 93 km south of Sicily and 288 km north of Africa. The archipelago consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino with a total population of over 400,000 inhabitants occupying an area of 316 square kilometers.

Malta is the largest island and the cultural, commercial and administrative centre. Gozo is the second largest island and is more rural, characterised by fishing, tourism, crafts and agriculture. Comino, the smallest of the trio, has one hotel and boasts crystal clear waters.

With superbly sunny weather, attractive beaches, a thriving nightlife and 7,000 years of intriguing history, there is a great deal to see and do.


Malta: An amazing all-year round destination

Business in Malta

Banking & Financial Services in Malta

Much of Malta’s economic growth can be attributed to the excellent regulation of banks and the financial services sector. Maltese banks also have a strong local deposit base, and the banking sector is not significantly exposed to foreign sovereign debt risks. In addition, assets held by the island’s five core banks are twice the size of Malta’s GDP, which itself is only half the EU average.

Malta’s banking system is well regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority. On 1 May 2004 the Central Bank of Malta joined the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) and on 1 January 2008 it became part of the Eurosystem. The main objective of the Eurosystem and the Central Bank of Malta is to maintain price stability. In order to meet this objective, the Central Bank of Malta participates in the preparation and decision-making process of the Eurosystem’s monetary policy.

The country’s banks are able to provide a full range of personal, commercial and trade services to clients. With five retail banks and over 20 international commercial and trade banks already operating in or from Malta, this sector has become one of the most robust on the island. With the growing number of insurance companies that choose to domicile in Malta, Malta’s banks have also built expertise in the management of insurance company investment portfolios.


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