Now that you have bought your home in the sun, the chances are that you might want to use it as a holiday let, either full time, or when you are not using it yourself. This is easy as long as you do everything correctly from the beginning, says Diana Giannoulis of Corfuhomefinders. But any shortcuts or omissions may result in problems in the future. Here’s what you need to know about renting out property in Greece.
With the summer holiday season well underway, many of us will be packing our bags to head off to (or reluctantly come back from) Greece. But what if you could enjoy that warm weather, laidback lifestyle and delicious food all year round? A holiday home – or even a permanent one – could be the answer. And as Chinese investment buoys the economy, this could be a fantastic time to buy. And there are plenty of areas where you can find high-quality yet affordable property, no matter whether you prefer the sea, the mountains or the city. Join us as we explore the cheapest homes in Greece for your li
With Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again opening this week, plenty of us will be dreaming once again of owning a home in Greece. Whether for a holiday or permanent move, it’s easy to see why many of us will be looking into the property market in Greece. With some of the world’s greatest beaches, healthy and delicious cuisine and the sunniest weather in Europe, the country’s Mediterranean lifestyle feels like the very essence of what life should be about.
Before you begin your very own Greek Odyssey you must decide where to buy a holiday home here. Somewhere you can visit whenever you choose to enjoy the delicious food, fascinating history, rich culture and stunning weather! Will it be on one of the 227 inhabited islands, or the diverse mainland?
The Peloponnese is the third most popular location for international property buyers in the country. While it is attracting non-EU buyers looking to buy in its super-high-end resorts for a “golden visa”, there is plenty for buyers with a smaller budget too. Yulia Kozhevnikova, real estate writer and analyst at the website Tranio spoke to local experts.