Why Invest in Greece
The possibility of obtaining a long-term residence permit in one of the most beautiful Mediterranean countries
has long been appreciated and not only attracts tourists from all over the world but also
those who decide in investing money in the Greek real estate market.
Lowest Cost Golden Visa
Greece offers the most affordable Golden Visa option, with a minimum of 250 000 euros, the lowest investment capital required for a European residence permit.
“Invest in the right time, in the right place, for the right reason”
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Competitive Real Estate Prices
Currently, properties in Greece are undervalued as a result of a long-lasting recession. This means that compared to other European capitals, Athens offers very competitive pricing per square metre without compromising on the quality of real estate.
Fast Profit Generation
Investors are free to rent their properties in Greece immediately (unlike Malta for example, that prohibits renting the first 5 years of ownership). Moreover, due to the high and steady rate of incoming tourists and the growth of short-term rental schemes, property in Greece can yield a return on investment as high as 5% after taxes as well as promise a profitable resale option with property prices being expected to soon rise in Greece.
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Greece’s Excellent Location
The geographical location of Greece is conveniently placed at the point where the East meets the West providing a strategic investment destination. Since all major airlines are connected to Athens, flying around the world is easy, fast and cheap.
Cost of Living
For investors planning to move to Greece eventually, the cost of living is an important factor in their decision-making process. Greece is known for having a remarkably low cost of living, which benefits foreign investors since the maintenance, renovation works, and professionals hired require minimal expenses.
No Imposed Restrictions
The Greek Golden Visa in Greece allows investors to choose their property without any geographical limitations or restrictions to the type of property, while other countries may impose rules depending on the nature of the property itself and its location.