In order to be able to sell (transfer) a property in Greece, the owner/seller should devote the necessary time and effort (or assign the job to a professional), in order to issue and compile a number of necessary certificates and […]
New buying and renting experience, less bureaucratic, more digital and more time and cost effective! New data are now shaping the real estate market, as the pandemic has negatively affected the upward trend observed in the last two years in […]
The Greek startup Prosperty aspires to offer buying, selling and renting real estate through the computer screen, without intermediaries. At a time when the coronavirus has put an end to many everyday issues, there are many who want to rent […]
This interview given by Antonis Markopoulos, co-founder and CEO of Prosperty to Mary Papakonstantinou of newsit.gr, focuses on the prospects of real estate during coronavirus and development opportunities for startup companies. What are the market gaps that Prosperty fills? Prosperty […]
Before you begin the process of selling your property, you should have a clear and well documented estimation of its value, by an authorized real estate market professional. The precise determination of the property’s value, combined with the seller’s expectations, […]
According to the analytical guide by the Hellenic Property Federation, the basic taxes which are payable by the buyer is the Property Transfer Tax, which has a rate of 3% of the property’s value, or the VAT (Value Added Tax), […]
Athens’ city center and the southern and northern suburbs of the capital are the areas with the highest demand among property investors, or those looking for a house for own use. However, one shouldn’t forget digital “nomads”, i.e. people who are expected to arrive from abroad (Greeks or not), looking for a more spacious house, in a better neighborhood and at a lower price point, compared to some other European capitals.