Buying a property in a foreign country with all its unknown bureaucratic and legal procedures can seem extremely daunting.
Don’t worry. We’re here to explain everything and support you at every step.
In Greece you cannot just call upon an independent solicitor to represent you. All parties buying your property need to attend a Notary’s office in person, for a Power of Attorney to appoint your lawyer and give them specific legal authorities necessary to complete the conveyance on your behalf.
This is nothing to worry about. We will arrange all this on your behalf and accompany you to the Notary’s office.
We confirm a purchase schedule confirming an all-inclusive price and build specification of your home, so you know precisely how much everything will all cost, down to the very last penny.
Immediately you own your land, we undertake all the planning procedures in your name and once the building permit has been granted, construction begins. We’ll e-mail you pictures of progress every week, throughout the build, so you have a visual record of what’s going on.
Building normally takes around 150 days, and on completion we’ll meet up at your new home to hand over the keys, together with a Welcome Pack and Information Manual, full of information about owning a property in Crete.