The hot heat is now felt, and the most desired destinations are always the usual. Among these, we at Realigro, we thought of selecting the best areas to be able to not only spend their summer holidays in peace, but even invest successfully! Today we move to the Mediterranean Sea, precisely in a nation that has recovered from a critical phase and that has always been considered the cradle of Western culture. We are talking about Greece!
With its wonderful coastline and rich history everywhere, this land will be the fertile ground for all those who want to turn and give a boost to their lives.
Buying a property in Greece could be the solution to the daily monotony and, why not, also a great investment for the future!
How do you do that? Are you curious to know more? We put you curiosity true? Well, all you have to do is just get comfortable. Why? The answers to all your questions are in the following lines. So, dear our readers, arm yourselves with pen and paper. The mini guide, signed Realigro of course, is about to begin!
Let's start with the basics. What are the documents needed to enter Greece?
It is compulsory to travel with one of the two valid documents (passport or identity card).
For any changes to the validity of the remaining passport application, we recommend that you contact the Embassy or Consulate of Greece in your country of origin in advance.
We recommend that you take a copy of your travel documents and tickets with you and keep the originals in a safe place.
After having clarified this first element, undoubtedly fundamental, we can move on to analyze the Greek economic situation. To do so, we decided to include a summary of the costs relating to various basic necessities that, any citizen or tourist, is forced to bear once arrived and settled in Greece.
Meal, Cheap Restaurant 10,00 €
Meal for 2 People, Medium Restaurant, Three Serves 32,50 €
Menu from McDonalds (or equivalent menu) 6,00 €
National beer (0,5L on tap) 3,50 €
Milk (normal), (1L) 1,16 €
Fresh white bread loaf (500g) 0,88 €
Rice (white), (1kg) 1,55 €
Eggs (normal) (12) 2,93 €
One way ticket (local means of transport) 1,40 €
Monthly subscription (full price) 30,00 €
After having given a complete economic picture, we can move on to the sector that is most important to us: our, real estate! How much does it cost to buy a property or sign a lease?
For a property in the center of the capital, the average monthly rent is about 306.91 € . Otherwise, in order to be able to buy a property on a sound basis, you start from 1,336.59 € per square meter.
What can I say, we hope that with this mini guide you will now have all the information you need to spend not only a stay in Greece, but to radically change your life!
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