Building a home in Greece: part 1, buying the land

Building a home in Greece: part 1, buying the land

When you want perfection, sometimes you just need to build the home of your dreams, rather than someone else’s. And for that, you need some land. Few countries offer so many gorgeous plots and views as Greece. So here is how you buy land to build a home in Greece, written by Diana from Corfu Home Finders.
Where do the Greeks buy holiday homes?

Where do the Greeks buy holiday homes?

There’s nothing like local advice when you’re moving overseas, so this week we’re taking tips from the Greeks. Over 90% of domestic tourists stay in private accommodation – so where are the most popular spots for a holiday home? Find out as we explore some of the best areas in Greece that are often overlooked by international buyers.
Moving with your family to Greece

Moving with your family to Greece

Moving to another country can be more than a little daunting. But moving with a young family has many more considerations – schools, healthcare and generally how your family is going to fit into a new environment. Diana from CorfuHomeFinders explains the practicalities of moving with your family to Greece, and offers some valuable tips on making the move with your family painless.
How to celebrate Easter in Greece

How to celebrate Easter in Greece

We’re more than half way through Lent, and many Greeks are looking forward to Easter. This year it coincides with the Church of England, but that’s where many of the similarities end. For a start, it’s a much more important date in the Greek calendar than for many British people. And you probably won’t be spending it gardening or spring cleaning! So what can you expect?
Greek prices hit their stride

Greek prices hit their stride

As Greece’s recovery from the financial calamity of the past decade continues, we look at what is happening to Greek property prices right now. It’s not just in homes that there are more than encouraging signs, in many sectors of the property market the recovery is not just continuing, but gathering pace.

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