Step 1: Status Ensure legal status of your property is compliant with the new laws regarding selling a property. Step 2: Valuation Offer your house at a competitive price following our assessment. We are known for providing up to date, realistic valuations to vendors, not hesitating to turn down listings of overpriced properties. We believe… Read more »
How/when are public utilities transferred to the new owner? Public utilities and the corresponding bills can be transferred to the new owner’s name, immediately after the signing of the contract. Electricity The Public Power Company, DEH, manages the power supply in Greece. The DEH website has information in English on the electricity tariffs, bill paying,… Read more »
A property transfer in Greece is possible only through a notarial contract. Such a contract is prepared by the notary public following a thorough title check by the buyer’s lawyer. Once the contract is drafted and agreed all parts involved all their representatives meet at the notary public’s office to sign the Deed. To being… Read more »
I am an E.U Citizen; am I eligible to purchase a property in Greece? Yes. The process is the same for an E.U national as it is for a Greek citizen. I am a NON EU National. Do any restrictions apply to the purchase of real estate? Restrictions apply only for Non-EU citizens who wish… Read more »
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Buying a property is Greece is a straightforward process. A property can be transferred in 4-6 weeks from offer to ownership. Below you will find an overview of the simplest way to buy a house in Greece