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Buying Greek Property Guide

Buying Greek Property Guide

admin 14/02/2016 0
Everyone knows about the deep economic turmoil that Greece finds itself in. 2015 was perhaps the worst year in Greek history – the country was literally at the edge of a cliff and anything could have happened. Fortunately, as we approach 2016, things have stabilized a bit in Greece.  If you are looking to buy a villa in Greece, then there are bargains available everywhere you look. The Greek Isl...
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Legal Costs

Legal Costs

admin 12/02/2016 0
  Legal work costs are built into the commission that the buyer pays there is no extra cost for legal work when a buyer is found.   When we have a buyer for you you have the option to use our in house legal team at no extra cost. Or you can appoint your own lawyer ( solicitor ).    We leave this option up to you when a buyer comes forward to purchase your property.   If you choose to use your own...
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Commission On Sale

Commission On Sale

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Commission on sale is paid by the buyer in all our clients sales not by the seller ( vendor ) which will save you thousands in estate agents fees. The buyers are also responsible for all legal fees for the change over of deeds.   The commission the buyer pays on your property ( depending on value ) is always 2 - 5% on top of your net asking price.   When a buyer or investor makes an offer on ...
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Property Trends in Turkey 2016

Property Trends in Turkey 2016

admin 04/02/2016 0
Property Trends in Turkey 2016 are very positive, especially because of decisions taken by the government –such as the Reciprocity Law - that free up properties in Turkey for foreign investment. Foreign nationals bought more than 20,000 properties across the country in 2015. Among those who were on the top of the list if foreign buyers were Russians, who bought over 2500 properties here.  Turkey...
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Property Trends in Spain 2016

Property Trends in Spain 2016

admin 04/02/2016 0
As we look at the Property Trends in Spain 2016, it is important to reflect back on what a rollercoaster of a year 2015 was for the Spanish property market. Just when everyone had thought that the real estate situation in Spain couldn’t be better as 2015 came to a close, after years of a prolonged economic recession, it turned out that there was a nasty shock in store for everyone – because of the...
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Property Trends in Portugal 2016

Property Trends in Portugal 2016

admin 04/02/2016 0
What are the Property Trends in Portugal 2016? Portugal is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with a great climate, sandy beaches and wonderful people. But for a while, following the global recession of 2008, the Portuguese real estate market was in deep trouble.  Property prices slumped to an unprecedented low following the economic crisis that hit Portugal, when it had to be bail...
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Property Trends in Hungary 2016

Property Trends in Hungary 2016

admin 04/02/2016 0
Things look good, as far as the Property Trends in Hungary 2016 are concerned. The housing market in the country is doing far better than it was in the aftermath of the global recession of 2008. In fact, 2008 to 2013 can be considered to be lost years as far as the real estate market in Hungary is concerned. Most people had given up buying new properties between 2008 and 2018, and the volume of ...
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Property Trends in Greece 2016

Property Trends in Greece 2016

admin 04/02/2016 0
2015 was a rough year for Greece. The country was on the edge of economic collapse and was days away from leaving the EU. 2015 was a very uncertain time for the real estate market in Greece. Keeping this in mind, let’s look at the Property Trends in Greece 2016. 2016 begins on a steady note for Greece. Greece is on a recovery mode. While it will probably take years before things get back to how ...
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