According to the Maronite League, 80% of lands in Ajaltoun, Rayfoun, Mayrouba and Kfardebian were sold to non-Lebanese. Added to that, Northern town Alma has more than 85% of its land sold to non-Lebanese. [Source]
Those statistics are hard to believe to be honest as these towns are neither deserted nor far away, and there are a lot of Lebanese living there all year long, specially in Ajaltoun and Rayfoun.
I disagree that it is hard to believe.
This is the fact since prices are rocketing that high that no lebanese (the ones who fight and work their butts out to get their paycheck at the end of the month) can afford to buy a piece of land, a house, or even a small studio.
So yes, This will become the The Arab Republic of Lebanon.
What are the nationalities of owners in Beirut by the way? (not those who own their piece of land or house since 1980)