Cyprus luxury property and residency conference 2021

The International Luxury Property and Residency Conference 2021, a global conference and exhibition, will be held 24-25 August 2021 in the Amara Hotel at Limassol, Cyprus.

Target market: Global

Language: English


More than 50 companies from Cyprus, the USA, Canada, Great Britain, Malta, Spain, Italy,

Germany, France, Switzerland, Portugal, and more:

  • Immigration companies

  • Upmarket real estate developers

  • Financial, law, and consulting companies

  • Real estate agencies


Over 150 representatives of the industry’s leading companies and wealthy private individuals

from Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, China, and the Middle East:


  • Immigration agents

  • Law firms

  • International real estate agencies

  • Consultancies


  • HNWI

  • Potential investment immigrants

  • Potential luxury real estate buyers

  • Great international business leaders


  • A conference featuring the industry’s leading experts

  • A desktop exhibition with workstations equipped for individual appointments with visitors

  • A press conference including major business and trade media from 30 countries

  • Continuous tea and coffee service in the lounge area throughout the event

  • An invitation-only Gala Party


The event will be conducted in strict compliance with the laws of Cyprus, particularly pertaining to COVID-19 precautionary measures.

In case of cancellation due to COVID-19 circumstances out of the organizer’s reasonable control (e.g. public gathering ban or lockdown imposed in the EU or Cyprus) registration fees will be refunded in full.

We are certain that the event will be attended by visitors from around the world, as Cyprus is a popular holiday destination and one of the most accessible destinations for tourists from the CIS, the EU and the Middle East, even during the pandemic. Cyprus is ready to welcome travelers since the borders are open and the country has no mandatory self-isolation requirement for international visitors. Moreover, there is an accumulated demand for in-person events and face-to-face communication, which the exhibition aims to fulfil.