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New apartments in a seven-storey building for obtaining a residence permit and rental income, Agios Panteleimonas, Athens, Greece

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  • 7-floor building
  • Redevelopment
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Furnished
  • Garden

New apartments in a seven-storey residential building near the square and the Church of St. Panteleimon. The building is under full renovation, all communications have been replaced, and the facade has been repaired. The estimated completion date for the renovation is May 2021. There are 11 new apartments in the building: studios and one-bedroom apartments, with areas ranging from 25 to 65 m² each.

After the reconstruction, all the apartments will be refurbished, new plumbing fixtures and kitchen furniture will be installed. At the request of the investor, we can furnish and decorate the apartment. The amount of additional payment will be about 5–8 thousand euros, depending on the area.

Each apartment comes with a small storage room (5–8 m²) in the basement of the house. Two apartments on the ground floor have access to a courtyard with a garden, apartments on the first and second floors have small balconies, and the apartment on the 7th floor has a spacious veranda.

Please, contact our manager and ask about the availability of apartments.

Extra opportunities

We can help you get a Golden Visa (permit without tax residence) when buying a property worth €250,000 or more.

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Financial performance

The local Tranio team will help you rent the apartment and organize the management of the property.

Estimated rental yield is 4–5% per annum, depending on the apartment.

Transaction costs

Costs include:

  • transfer tax — 3.09%
  • notary — 1.5% + VAT
  • lawyer — 1.5% + VAT
  • state fee — 0.7%

Location and nearby infrastructure

Agios Panteleimonas is a district of Athens, formed around the church of St. Panteleimon. It is located between the districts of Kato Patisia and Kypseli. It houses the National Archaeological Museum of Athens.

House in the immediate vicinity of St. Panteleimon square, where the largest Orthodox church in Athens and one of the largest Orthodox churches in Greece is located — St. Panteleimon.

Near the property there are also supermarkets and shops, public transport stops, a bank, car rental and public parking.

The convenient location and accessibility of public transport allow you to quickly reach all areas of the city, including the central ones — Plaka, Monastiraki (15–20 minutes), where shops, cafes and restaurants and the city's attractions are concentrated.

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Get a Greek residence permit with property purchase from 250,000 EUR.

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      • Can I get a mortgage abroad?

        It depends on the country. For example, German banks willingly offer mortgages to foreigners at 1.5-2 % per annum with LTV up to 70%. Spain offers less favourable terms: the minimum rate for foreigners is 2.5% per annum. The situation is different in Greece: although the law does not prohibit banks from issuing loans, in practice, Greek banks don’t issue loans to local nor foreign property buyers. You can learn about the mortgage terms in your preferred country by contacting Tranio’s local agents.

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      • Can a residence permit be obtained by buying property?

        In some countries it is possible. Residence-for-property purchase programmes are known as Golden Visas programmes. Greece, Spain, Latvia, and Portugal offer the most popular Golden Visas in Europe. The Greek residence permit is the cheapest and can be obtained by buying a property worth at least €250,000, while organising all of the documents costs about €19,000. Certain countries offer citizenship to property buyers — for example, an investor can get their hands on a Cypriot passport by buying a property worth at least €2M.

      • How does Tranio make money if your service is free for the clients?

        We share the commission, which the buyer or the seller (depending on the country) pays to our partners — foreign real estate agencies. The price of this service is the same as if you contacted the agency directly — this is an important condition and applies to all of our partnership agreements.

      • Who guarantees the transaction security?

        The transaction security is guaranteed by the notary who draws up the sales agreement and checks the information on the previous and current owners of the property, any outstanding restrictions, mortgage, and third-party encumbrances. Tranio is not responsible for the parties involved in the transaction.

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