Start your journey to “investment immigration” with a trip to Greece, to view the available properties and learn all the details about the Greek residency law.
During your stay, our team will explain the programme and guide you through the steps that are required in order to become a property owner and a resident in Greece with all family members.
Three to four days of stay are enough at this stage. We need one day to explain the programme and decide on the property tour. One to two more days to visit the properties. If you are in a position to decide, we need one more day to complete the 4 initial steps.
Requirements from the applicant
Before you make your visit you need to prepare and send the required documents for opening a Greek bank account. While planning your trip, our people will guide you on the document preparation.
An important step in your residency permit application, are the documents proving family ties. Marriage certificate for the spouse, birth certificates for the children. These documents will be required at least one month prior to the residency applications.
Soon after you leave Greece, you will be required to pay a deposit of 10% following the signing of the property sales pre-agreement and receiving a full legal check report from our legal team, proving that the property is clear and ready to be transferred.
After the deposit, we will prepare and sign the sales contract. You need to have the property funds available in your Greek account and pay the amount for the government and service fees, five days before the transfer contract.
The whole project will be completed approximately six months after the date you decide on the property. This timeframe depends primarily on the workload of the public services involved. Note that we interact with banks, tax authorities, social security services, land registry, among others.
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