connect with us
Greece's latest tourism industry news by Greek Travel Pages (gtp)

Rent a Home Legal in Greece

home_kitchenGreek homeowners can now rent out their houses for temporary use without being required to obtain a special operations label following an amendment made to the law last month abolishing rental terms.

Under the third bailout plan the Greek government agreed to with its creditors earlier this year, Greek property owners can now rent their homes through popular online platforms such as Airbnb, or through private rental contracts, without holding the special operations label awarded by the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO).

Under the new provisions, homeowners who plan on leasing their homes are required according to Greek tax legislation to register the details of the rentals online with the Ministry of Administrative Reform and e-Governance in order to obtain a registration number for the said lease.

The recent change in the law is expected to raise concerns among the country’s accommodation professionals and require fine-tuning by both the tourism and finance ministries.

Follow GTP Headlines on Google News to keep up to date with all the latest on tourism and travel in Greece.
About the Author
This is the team byline for GTP. The copyrights for these articles are owned by GTP. They may not be redistributed without the permission of the owner.
  1. Colin Nevitt Reply

    Dear Newseditor, could you kindly post some links to the GNTO regarding the article that EOT is no longer required.
    Thank you

  2. Chris Reply

    Does this mean that no official EOT license is anymore needed and does this apply also to a complex of houses or to individual detached houses only?

    • newseditor Reply

      The GTP thanks you for your comment, however we would suggest you contact the Tourism Ministry or the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) for details.

Add your comment