One of the wealthiest countries by GDP (PPP) per capita, residents and visitors enjoy low crime rates and some of the highest standards of living in the world. French is the legal language, but Luxembourgish and German are also official languages. English is widely spoken.
Real Estate in Luxembourg can be expensive compared to some other countries, as available property is scarcer. Foreigners are entitled to own property, with no nationality restriction on land ownership. The market is seen as stable with a steady increase in long-term prices, which makes it of interest to some investors.
Most of the main banks offer mortgages to foreign residents, subject to terms including evidence of regular income. Third country nationals often require larger deposits. Property tax is favourable compared to neighbouring countries and there are tax deductions permitted on mortgage interest. If a company owns the real estate asset, there may be ways to buy through share purchase that avoid paying the additional costs related to buying, but this may change and you need to consult a qualified specialist.