The Prime Minister has issued new changes to the golden visa fee in Greece for investors. The most important item of this decision is increasing the amount required for the investment to reach 500K € instead of 250K €.
This decision came within a set of steps to improve the country’s economic policy. Also, the Greek official expressed that the increase in real estate investment fees aims to increase the affordability of real estate in Greece and provide more residential areas for the Greek people.
It is worth noting that no other details have been clarified regarding the start date of this decision or the changes that may occur to the conditions for obtaining residency by investment in Greece.
We would like to remind you that NTL is ready to provide you with the latest details and help you start your real estate project.
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