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Could you spend winter in Greece?

If you’re dreaming of life in Greece, but don’t want to leave the UK full-time, a winter holiday home could be just the ticket. You could spend winter soaking up the Greek sun, then make a tidy profit letting it to holiday-makers in summer. Plus, you could even get EU residency by buying a Greek holiday home above €250,000 – so what are you waiting for?

What’s next for the Greek property market in 2019?

Brexit’s on the way, but enquiries for Greek properties are on the up. It’s no surprise as prices begin to stabilise, but are still more affordable than pre-crisis. Plus, with a €250,000 investment, buyers can get a residence permit if there’s a no-deal Brexit. So, with plenty of positive news, what’s ahead for the Greek property market?

Moving to Greece as a single person

Greeks are famously hospitable people – you go from stranger to friend in a flash, as long as you’ve answered the series of questions on where you’re from, why you came and your entire family history on both sides. And there’s nothing a yiayia loves questioning more than someone moving solo! So what is life like moving to Greece as a single person?

How to maintain and manage a property in Greece

Congratulations! You have just bought your dream home. The first thing to do now is to think about maintenance, from pools to gardens to guest services for holiday lets – how do you keep everything? Here’s how to manage a property in Greece, whether you’re living there or renting it out.

Buying in Greece, part six: the buying system

We have the same right to buy in Greece as the locals – and will continue to do so after Brexit, like other third-country nationals from places like Australia. The buying system in Greece is different to the UK, so make sure you follow our outline to keep everything on track and be in place in 2020!

What can you buy in Greece for €150,000?

Moving to Greece might seem like just a dream, but that ideal home by the beach or in a mountain village is much more affordable than many think. For less than the price of an average British property, you can get yourself a beautiful detached home in the sun. This week, we’re looking at what you can buy in Greece for just €150,000.

Buying in Greece, Making an Offer

So, you’ve found your perfect Greek property and you’ve read up on how to buy over here. Now, it’s onto the next step: actually making an offer on a home in Greece. It’s important now that you understand how to judge whether you’re making a fair offer and how to keep the upper hand in the negotiations. We’ve helped thousands of buyers over the years, and find that it comes down to seven key points.

What we’ve loved about life in Greece in 2018

Sometimes when it seems that most of the world is in turbulence of one kind or another it feels as if Greece is still trundling on regardless – possibly this is because life in Greece has always been somewhat chaotic! Here’s what we’ve loved about life in Greece in 2018, and what’s coming up in 2019.

Buying in Greece, Part Four: How to Pay

In Part Four of your six-part guide, Buying in Greece, you’ll find out how to pay for a property you’re purchasing over here. We’re exploring the different avenues open to you for raising finance, through to the main players in the process.

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