Greek Golden Visa Program

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Why Invest In Greece?

 15 Reasons to buy a property in Greece now There are many reasons why Greece is the best choice for your Schengen “Golden” Visa.   

1 Low cost access to a European Golden Visa: Invest in Greece today now that the real estate prices are at their lowest since 2007   

2 The lowest investment capital required to obtain residence permit - Just Euro 250,000. This is 50% less than Portugal and Spain   

3 Only 4-5 days required to obtain the title deed after buying the property   

4 Travel directly from your country of origin to any of the 26 Schengen Countries after obtaining the residence permit   

5 Residents can travel and reside freely within the Schengen area for up to 3 months out of every 6 months with the right of multiple entries   

6 No need to reside in Greece (not even for a day) 

7 No time limit to the period of ownership (freehold) 

8 Fast Track Procedures to buy a property and apply for residence permit 

9 No limit on the number of properties that can be purchased by a foreign buyer 

10 A favourable location for foreign investors due to its convenient geographical location within Europe   

11 One of the most popular tourist destinations worldwide with a high demand for your property, should you wish to rent it out   

12 Same rights to education as the Greek Citizens and an excellent health care system   

13 Beautiful natural environment, fresh air, safe and lots of sunshine to enjoy a healthy outdoor lifestyle.   

14 Numerous picturesque islands and crystal-clear sea waters with the longest coastline in Mediterranean   

15 7 years of continuous residency in Greece leads to citizenship eligibility 

We have properties for sale in 

  • Athens 
  • Eritrea
  • Mykonos
  • Santorini

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Residency Permit Law

The recent laws of 2014 and 2015 offers permanent residency to a non-EU citizen and their family members when they buy a property in Greece valued at 250,000 Euro or more. The great news is that just one property will cover the whole family - this includes the husband or wife, Children up to the age of 21 and the parents of both the applicant and their husband/ wife. This makes the Greek Golden Visa programme the most attractive one available today.  

What about a passport?

 Yes, this is possible after 7 years of continuous residency in Greece. Initially, you will receive a 5 Year Residence Permit in Greece and the Schengen Area countries. The Schengen area consists of 22 European Union Members and 4 European Trade Association member states. Your residence permit will be renewed every 5 years as long as your ownership status remains unchanged. 

If you don’t want to stay in Greece

Then no need to worry. You have the legal right to rent out your property. In addition, there are no minimum or maximum periods that you need to stay in Greece. In fact, you only need to visit Greece once to sign the initial paperwork for your residence permit. 

Some investors worry about the language

 but no knowledge of the Greek is required to obtain a residence permit and most people speak English. You will own your property freehold and there is no time limit to your period of ownership. The issuance of the Title Deed in Greece will take just 4 to 6 days and there is no minimum bank deposit required open a bank account. The residence permit procedure is very fast - just 2-3 months. 

Why Invest in Athens?

For many of our investors Athens is their first choice. Athens is the capital city of Greece and buying a property here ofers many advantages.  

Excellent Education

Many buyers choose Athens as an ideal city to ofer their children an excellent education. Local schools are available free of charge once you have a Golden Visa, or why not choose one of the private international schools or international universities These international (English speaking) schools can help entry to the U.S.A, UK and other European universities. Greek private schools can ofer substantial savings compared to private schools in other countries.