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Greek Accommodation Body SETKE Wary of Sharing Economy

The Greek Confederation of Tourist Accommodation Enterprises (SETKE) is calling on the government to reconsider plans to liberalize short-term tourist rentals.

Draft Law Aiming to Tax Airbnb-style Rentals in Greece

A bill to be voted on in Greek parliament is set to impose a 15-45 percent tax on annual income, earned from the short-term lease of property for tourism purposes.

Hotels, Offices Keeping Greece Real Estate Market Afloat

The Greek property market is barely staying afloat with rents showing minor increases and buyers eyeing offices and hotels.

Foreigners Boost Greek Property Market in First Half of Year

Foreign buyers spent €220 million on property in Greece in the first half of 2017, boosting capital inflows by 63.4% compared to the same period in 2016.

Greece’s Public Revenue Authority to Decide on Short-Term Rentals

Greece's Independent Authority for Public Revenue is to decide on a series of details with regard to a December 2016 law regulating short-term rentals.

Real Estate Interest in Athens Still Weak, Study Says

Athens ranked 29th among 31 European cities in terms of property market investment and future development, a study by PwC and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) revealed.

Greek Tourism Draft Bill Open for Public Discussion

A long-awaited tourism draft bill has opened for public debate in the government’s online OpenGov platform through to January 5, 2018.

Greek Hoteliers Send Minister Notes on Tourism Bill

Greek hoteliers are calling on Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura to re-examine a series of revisions to a draft bill, which includes a provision on special tourism infrastructure.