There are no restrictions on foreigners who wish to buy property in Belgium. Belgium has two official languages – Dutch and French (plus a small German speaking area). Most professionals in Brussels speak both, and often English as well.
Belgium has competitive pricing compared to major destinations in Europe and yet still expresses a devotion to excellence and service. History and culture mingle with modern facilities whether it’s an 18th-century carriage house furnished with antiques and objets d’art or an ultra-modern spa resort.
Belgium has excellent location. There are direct flights to Brussels from all major European cities, USA and other parts of the world. Paris, London, and Amsterdam are only a fast train ride away (85 minutes to Paris). From Brussels it is only 30 minutes by train to Ghent or Antwerp and only one hour to Bruges or Liege.
This tiny kingdom in the heart of Europe is multicultural and multilingual with a lot to offer in a small area. Medieval cities, incredible collections of Flemish Art, rich combination of castles, gardens and canals, diversity of architecture, festivals galore and art nouveau make Belgium the perfect tourist and living destination.
Within the span of one day you can cruise a romantic canal in Bruges, hunt for diamonds in Antwerp, eat waffles on the beach, frolic in a festival in Binche, explore castles in French speaking Wallonia, and explore fine art museums in Brussels. Burning off delicious calories is easy with: golfing, antique markets, biking, ballooning, horseback riding, rock climbing, sailing and much much more.