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‘Livin Urbban’ Aims to Grow Property Portfolio in Greece

Athens-based Livin Urbban, an innovative property management company, is aiming to expand its portfolio and manage more than 300 properties throughout Greece by the end of 2020.

Greece in Top 10 Most Popular Countries for Russian Property Buyers

Greece is among the top 10 most popular countries among Russian property buyers, according to Tranio, an international overseas property broker.

China, Russia, Turkey Investors Top Golden Visa Greece List

The largest number of buyers seeking to invest in Greece, through the "golden visa" program, are from China, Russia and Turkey.

Athenian Riviera Projects Worth €10bn Pick Up Pace

Already home to some of the country’s finest hotels, recreational and cultural spaces, the Athenian Riviera is set to see impressive growth in the coming years.

Greek Golden Visa Program to Include Bond Buyers

The Greek economy ministry will expand the investment visa program to include extending "gold visas" to foreign nationals investing at least €250,000 in bonds/shares.

Opposition Over Antiquity Report Stumbling Block for Hellenikon Revamp Project

Plans to transform the abandoned Hellenikon airport complex in Glyfada into one of Europe’s largest coastal parks may yet again be put on the back burner after the culture ministry’s archaeological service through a document called for a listing of archaeological sites on the...

Come and Get It: Greek Hotels, Sites, Islands Up for Grabs, ‘Guardian’ Reveals

“It could be a shopping list for the scenery in a movie - rather than a list of possessions that Athens is under immense pressure to offload,” the Guardian says, referring to an asset portfolio of some 71,000 properties now under the newly established Hellenic Holdings and...

Greek Gov’t Eyeing New Round of Airport Concessions

The Greek government is examining the possibility of a second round of airport concessions to be undertaken by a new body which will oversee the use and management of state property previously controlled by the finance ministry.