Below you can find detailed information on how to obtain Golden Visa in Greece, what documents are required and much more. Golden Visa is a very important privilege provided by the Greek state to people who want to invest in the economy of the country. Specifically, Greece offers unique investment opportunities in the field of real estate and tourism.
Golden Visa is an important incentive for investors. In essence, this is not a Visa but a residence permit in the country with a 5-year period, in exchange for investing in the country’s economy. In other words, this is a privilege that allows someone who is interested in investing in Greece for legal residence. A legal residence that does not imply any obligation to stay in the country, but the possibility to be able to stay permanently whenever one wishes.
In order to obtain a Golden Visa, all you need to do is buy one or more properties with a total investment of 250,000 euros or invest funds from 3 to 100 million euros in infrastructure projects or in Greek companies. The real estate agency Greca House, with many years of experience in the field of real estate and cooperation with a network of investors internationally, is able to provide you with all the necessary information and advice on how to obtain Golden Visa in less than 60 days.
If you are also interested in obtaining a Golden Visa in Greece, you need to follow a few steps. These steps in detail are:
Following the above steps, you will need to rovide specific supporting documents for both the issuance of the Golden Visa and the opening of an account in a Greek bank.
It should be clarified that the price of the property, according to Law 4146/2013 is defined as the amount explicitly stated in the purchase contract. Even if this amount differs from the objective value of the property.
The above documents are all you will need to issue a Golden Visa in Greece. However it is important to know some of the expenses that you will have to pay related to the purchase of the property. Specifically, the purchase costs of a property refer to percentages on the total amount of the purchase price of the property: