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Real Estate in Greece

IMMOLYMP has set itself the goal of finding you the ideal real estate in Greece. In order for you to realise your desire for a property in Greece, a professional team of recognised and competent lawyers, tax advisors, notaries, financial partners/banks as well as architects and engineers are at your side.

This well-functioning local network, market knowledge of Greek real estate as well as our language and cultural skills give us the opportunity to work for you efficiently, seriously and reliably in order to find you the optimal real estate in Greece.

To ensure that you find the right property in Greece, we are happy to advise and accompany you from the initial enquiry to the completion of the purchase. Contact us or take a look at our portfolio online.
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Greece. The land of ancient gods, philosophy and democracy. Turquoise sea, wild mountains, picturesque olive groves, pine forests rising to the rugged coasts, numerous excavations and sights have always exerted their fascination on visitors.

The Mediterranean state of Greece, with over 15,000 kilometres of sea coastline, boasts the most sandy beaches in southern Europe. With over 3000 islands, mainly in the Ionian and Aegean Seas, Greece also has the most islands in the Mediterranean. The climate and the more than 250 days of sunshine - almost double that of Central Europe - as well as the people and their lifestyle are convincing reasons to buy a second or retirement home in this historic and beautiful country.

Further incentives to buy real estate in Greece are certainly favourable prices, low land transfer taxes, legal changes as well as the modernisation of the state and the development of infrastructure in the tourist resorts.

Greek houses

Since 2008, with the onset of the crisis in Greece, Greek property prices have fallen sharply overall. For primary residences (main residence of locals), Greek property prices have fallen in some cases between 50% - 60% and for secondary residences (holiday homes and flats) between 30% - 40%.

Most Greek properties on offer are in the price range between CHF 300,000 and CHF 800,000. For the same standard of property, one pays almost twice as much in other countries in the Mediterranean region. The real estate transfer tax, which is payable once at the time of purchase, was previously between 8% and 10%. Since 2014, it has been uniformly reduced to 3%. Greek real estate has the lowest ancillary acquisition costs in the EU. The favourable land prices also favour the price of Greek houses.

Legislative changes such as the legalisation law, the reform of the cadastral system makes real estate in Greece more attractive and secure. The process of buying property in Greece has become easier. The price of real estate in Greece is currently at the same level as ten years ago. Thus, according to various experts and investors, there are chances of an increase in value in the next few years with the purchase of Greek houses.

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Giorgios Tsipoylidis

Owner / Real estate consultant

+41 79 605 32 81

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Real estate consultant

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