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Luxury Property Tour on Montenegro's Coast

Andrew and his property manager Anka tour luxury real estate near Montenegro’s coastal towns of Kotor and Tivat, on Kotor Bay.

In this tour, you’ll see three luxury properties for sale in Montenegro. You’ll also get an inside peek into Andrew’s real estate network, as well as a discussion about Montenegro residency and citizenship.


Andrew Henderson is the world’s most sought-after consultant on legal offshore tax reduction, investment immigration, and global citizenship. He works exclusively with six- and seven-figure entrepreneurs and investors who want to “go where they’re treated best”.

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Andrew has spent the last 11 years studying and personally implementing the Nomad Capitalist lifestyle, and has started offshore companies, opened offshore bank accounts, obtained multiple second passports, and purchased real estate in a total of 20 countries.

He has also spent years creating a behavior-based system that helps people get the results they want faster and with less resistance. Andrew believes that everyone can use offshore strategies to keep more of their own money, live a life of freedom, and grow their wealth faster.

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  1. Thanks for this. I lived in Croatia for a while and enjoyed it. I did, however find the architecture a bit impersonal. This first property reminded me of that. Sort of dark and not so friendly. For a couple of million euros I could own a turnkey winery in Piedmont or waterfront property in Liguria. So as an investment to use for an airbnb with occasional use it may be ok, but boy I would be nervous. The other point is Montenegro is hard to get to in comparison to Spain, Portugal or Italy. Your only option is flying. That being said I loved Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro, I just had reservations about its viability. The other thing worth mentioning is I found the bureaucracy in Croatia astoundingly suppressive, and I just assume it would be similar in Montenegro. If Italy's bureaucracy was a kettle of fish, Croatia was 10 kettles of fish.

  2. I checked into Montenegro's "Citizenship by Investment" program. You have to "donate" 550,000 Euros. I think most of the people watching this video would agree with me when I say this is ludicrous.

  3. So are you a business partner of the woman in the video? Reason I ask is how a foreigner living abroad goes about purchasing property, having it remodeled or built from scratch works. Is it all part of the services your company is going to offer?

  4. I really didnt like this video and I am Montenegrin! It is mostly about 2 people talking, so boring. You show so stingy about the properties, without proper analising of the properties, showing rooms, lixury ecquipment and comfort advantafes. There are no context views of nature and culture around the place that make this property luxury.? And I know the context. If this was unapealing to me, how then can be attractive for international buyers? Dislike!

  5. I wouldn't want anyone to misunderstand me, I have nothing against these people but basic hygiene has to exist, they don't have wastewater treatment plants, they go to the sea! And that's from the existence of that country to the day, nothing is better in Croatia! The complete coast from Kopra to the sea from the Adriatic!

  6. For a few months there was a battle with antibiotics to get these dangerous bacteria out of my body, I got to the stage where my kidneys were up to stage three and that I could no longer take antibiotics or medication, for a few days I had to fight for survival myself, I was very lucky and I succeeded, at 57 kilos, i managed to get the bacteria out. My great advice to all of you who intend to travel that country to think hard about whether you can bathe in that sea!

  7. By sampling the water from my body, the doctors determined that I had three extremely residual bacteria on my wounds and that they were fighting for my life from that moment on! It was a huge shock to me, the doctors asked me where I was bathing in which water I was in, at first I was confused but I replied that I was in seawater, the doctor said sorry but I have to tell you that you bathed in feces and there was not a drop of clean water in the water samples!

  8. It's all very nice of you to show, but you're not the main thing that all those who intend to come to Montenegro should know, which is, how clean is the water that the hosts are bathing in and most importantly the guests who are here right now and who intend to come this year!? I had a very bad experience a few years ago when I had an accident on holiday, luckily after the first intervention of the doctor near Herceg Novi I was quickly transferred to the country where I live and work where I continued my treatment.


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