Real estate in Greece

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Villa in a gated complex overlooking the sea and vineyards in Santorini
Greece, Santorini
€388,000 — €905,000

Villa in a gated complex overlooking the sea and vineyards in Santorini

square icon109 m² — 224 m²
bed icon3—5
bathroom icon2—4
Mediterranean style villa next to the sea in Santorini with guaranteed rent
Greece, Santorini
from €505,000

Mediterranean style villa next to the sea in Santorini with guaranteed rent

square icon94 m²
bed icon3
bathroom icon1
Traditional style villas on the seafront in Crete, Greece
Greece, Kissamos
€830,000 — €1,550,000

Traditional style villas on the seafront in Crete, Greece

square icon126 m² — 157 m²
bed icon3
bathroom icon3
Classic style villas overlooking the bay in Crete
Greece, Chania
€418,000 — €865,000

Classic style villas overlooking the bay in Crete

square icon108 m² — 213 m²
bed icon3—5
bathroom icon3—5
Villa in a unique beachfront resort project in Crete
Greece, Heraklion
from €1,850,000

Villa in a unique beachfront resort project in Crete

square icon562 m²
bed icon5
bathroom icon8
Traditional style villas on the seafront in Crete
Greece, Kissamos
€1,250,000 — €2,200,000

Traditional style villas on the seafront in Crete

square icon132 m² — 258 m²
bed icon3—5
bathroom icon3—5
Hotel apartments in the historical center of Athens
Greece, Athens
€376,000 — €447,000

Hotel apartments in the historical center of Athens

square icon47 m² — 97 m²
bed icon1
bathroom icon1
Apartments in a closed residential complex near the sea, Alimos, Athens
Greece, Athens
€674,000 — €699,000

Apartments in a closed residential complex near the sea, Alimos, Athens

square icon81 m² — 88 m²
bed icon1—3
bathroom icon1—3
Two-level villa with a swimming pool in a quiet area on the island of Crete
Greece, Chania
from €330,000

Two-level villa with a swimming pool in a quiet area on the island of Crete

square icon125 m²
bed icon3
bathroom icon3
Apartments and villas in a quiet area by the sea in Crete
Greece, Chania
€270,000 — €355,000

Apartments and villas in a quiet area by the sea in Crete

square icon72 m² — 115 m²
bed icon2—3
bathroom icon2
Residential complex with villas and apartments on the coast of Crete
Greece, Maleme
€335,000 — €610,000

Residential complex with villas and apartments on the coast of Crete

square icon56 m² — 100 m²
bed icon1—3
bathroom icon1—2
Apartments in a new project on the coast of Athens
Greece, Athens
from €550,000

Apartments in a new project on the coast of Athens

square icon111 m²
bed icon2
bathroom icon2
Apartments with yield in the seaside area of Athens
Greece, Athens
€137,000 — €225,000

Apartments with yield in the seaside area of Athens

square icon37 m² — 61 m²
bed icon1—2
bathroom icon1—2
Apartments after renovation with yield, Athens, Greece
Greece, Athens
€600,000 — €629,000

Apartments after renovation with yield, Athens, Greece

square icon162 m²
bed icon2
bathroom icon2
Complex with three houses in the seaside village
Greece, Pefkochori
from €1,597,000

Complex with three houses in the seaside village

square icon450 m²
bed icon12
bathroom icon6
Furnished apartments with sea view
Greece, Thessaloniki
from €433,000

Furnished apartments with sea view

square icon150 m²
bed icon3
bathroom icon1
Three-bedroom apartments within walking distance to the sea
Greece, Thessaloniki
from €495,000

Three-bedroom apartments within walking distance to the sea

square icon140 m²
bed icon3
bathroom icon1
Apartments in a new residential project in South Athens
Greece, Athens
€389,000 — €412,000

Apartments in a new residential project in South Athens

square icon94 m² — 100 m²
bed icon2
bathroom icon2
Apartments in a new residential project near the sea
Greece, Athens
from €930,000

Apartments in a new residential project near the sea

square icon162 m²
bed icon3
bathroom icon3
Comfortable apartments on the coast of Athens, Greece
Greece, Athens
€295,000 — €1,500,000

Comfortable apartments on the coast of Athens, Greece

square icon80 m² — 385 m²
bed icon1—4
bathroom icon1—4

Buyer's guide

  • Who can buy a property in Greece

    The Greek real estate market is open to foreigners: they can buy plots of land and residential and commercial properties and then rent or sell them.

    Greek property prices are rising twice as fast as before the pandemic. The Greek real estate market is emerging from the crisis but has not yet recovered from the 2010—2015 price collapse. Investing in Greek real estate can thus be turned into a profitable asset.

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  • Property prices by region of Greece

    Property prices in Greece are growing more slowly on average than in the European Union. But with each quarter, housing prices increase by an average of 1,2%. The cost per 1 m² of Greek real estate is €1,900. Housing in new buildings is more expensive than in resale properties.

    The highest prices per 1 m² of residential property are in Lefkada Island (€4,920+), Paleros (€4,700+), Santorini (€3,630+), Athens Riviera (€3,300+), and Gzira Athens (€2,600+).

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  • Property purchase procedure in Greece

    The process of buying a property takes at least two months. After selecting a real estate, there are five stages of the procedure:

    1. Registering a taxpayer number in Greece.

    2. Opening a Greek bank account. Buyers who participate in the residence permit program open a National Bank of Greece account.

    3. Checking legal due diligence of the real estate. Held at a Land Registry or a Hellenic Cadastre office in a region when the real estate is registered.

    4. Fulfilling the reservation or sale and purchase agreement.

    5. Registration in the real estate registry. After registration, the buyer receives a certificate of ownership.

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  • Property purchase taxes

    Greece has different taxes for buying new and resale housing. The buyer also pays service fees: registration and notary fees. Associates costs are 5—11% of the contract price:

    • transfer tax — 3,09%;

    • notary fee — 1—1.24%;

    • registration fee — 1—2%;

    • agency fee — 2.5—5%;

    • legal support — 1.24—2.5%.

    For new real estate buyers in Greece, the VAT of 24% has been temporarily cancelled. Until the end of 2024, they pay only the transfer tax — 3,09% of the transaction amount.

  • Residence permit in Greece by the purchase of a real estate

    Greece grants Golden Visas to investors who buy a property worth at least €250,000. However, the property value has increased to €800,000 for Attica, Thessaloniki, Mykonos, Santorini, and other islands with more than 3,100 residents. €400,000 is the new threshold for other regions.

    An investor can buy a property under the old rules for €250,000 and get a residence permit. It’s possible if they deposit 10% of the property value until August 31st, 2024, and close the deal until December 31st, 2024.

    Long-term lease of investment real estate is permitted. Maintaining residency requires keeping the real estate in ownership.

    The property owner can be the investor or the company if registered in the European Union, and the investor owns 100% of the shares. To register a single property for a couple, they will have to invest at least €250,000 each — for example, they can buy a house worth €500,000.

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July 18, 2023

Record-breaking Greece residence permit program: how many investors got golden visas in 2023?

May 28, 2023

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April 3, 2023

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Practical guide on the Greece Golden Visa

  • Step-by-step procedure

  • Requirements for applicants

  • Required documents

  • Answers to frequently asked questions

Property types in Greece

Studios, apartments, villas, and townhouses are listed for purchase. Investors can also buy shares in hotel complexes, premises for offices and shops, land plots, and marinas. Available properties and real Estate projects depend on the selected country and terms of the investment Citizenship or residency program.

Real estate investment in Greece

When you invest in property in Greece, you can join the Greece Golden Visa Program. The program grants permanent residency in the country. Investment options include purchasing or renting residential and commercial property.

The minimum investment is €250,000 if making a deposit until August 31st, 2024, and closing the deal until December 31st, 2024.

Purchasing residential or commercial property in Greece. The main applicant can buy the property individually or register it with an EU-based company they own. They can also make a joint purchase with their spouse or partner, each investing at least €250,000.

Purchased investment property can be rented out for the long term. Maintaining residency requires keeping the real estate in ownership.

Purchasing a plot of land in Greece. The minimum investment can include construction services costs along with the land cost. The land must be used for either agricultural or building purposes.

Renting a specific commercial property in Greece: hotel accommodation or a furnished residency in a tourist accommodation complex. The option requires investing in at least a 10-year lease.

The investor can buy an investment property remotely without visiting Greece. A team of real estate experts at Immigrant Invest will select a real estate project that suits your needs, reserve it for you, and help with investment fulfilment when your Golden Visa is approved.