Buying a property in Greece may be the best decision you ever make. Stunning beaches and scenery, affordable housing, delicious cuisine, friendly locals… we could go on and on about why Greece is an excellent choice for a holiday home or forever home. But how do you buy property in Greece? We outline the property buying process in six simple steps.
Greece’s largest island, Crete is also the country’s most popular destination for foreign homeowners. Historically, most resident expats prefer the island’s more traditional west and while the east is known for its handful of lively holiday resorts, one corner there has become a hot spot for luxury living…
A top pick for holidaymakers in Europe, Rhodes is fast becoming one of the most exciting islands to own a Greek property. It’s also home to a new global initiative for sustainable tourism. So, where should you consider buying property in Rhodes?
As the temperature gets colder and the sky turns greyer, the idea of upping sticks and moving to Greece has never been more tempting! But since Brexit, it has become increasingly more difficult for British citizens to live and work in Greece. You’ll need a work visa, something that is not easy to get.
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