Why Greece?

Greece is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with more than 6,000 islands, beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters, mountains & forests.

The Greek people are friendly, warm & welcoming.
The Greek cuisine is fresh, delicious, colorful, healthy & famous around the world, last and not least the Greek music artists & live shows attract tourists that may arrive just for an evening or two.

Greece is one of the countries that suffered the strongest crises in Europe with real estate prices dropping more than 40% since 2008.  Now after many years we can see how things are changing for good with the number of arriving tourists rising at around 10% per year together with the start recovery of the Greek economy.
With a minimum of 250,000 €, Greece offers the most affordable Golden Visa program, the lowest investment capital required for a European residence permit.

Comparing to other European capitals and students cities, Athens & Thessaloniki offers very competitive pricing per square meter without compromising on the quality of real estate, with the cost of purchase is similar to the cost of new construction is no wonder foregin investors are flocking to the real estate market in Greece.



Athens is the capital and the largest city of Greece and the historical capital of Europe. Athens is one of the world’s oldest cities, with its recorded history spanning over 3,400 years.

Athens is serviced by a variety of public transportation such as, bus fleet, OASA (trolleybuses serves Athens city centre), Metro with 3 lines and a 4th line under construction, Tram serves 48 stations, Commuter/suburban rail (Proastiakos) which connects Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport to the city and extends until the city of Kiato, via Larissis station and many more, the city’s central rail station and the port of Piraeus.

Athens greatly contributes to the tourism industry of the country suggesting a long list of archaeological sites, ancient monuments and towns. Tourism in Athens is developed all year round.

With gastronomy and high end bars, Athens is becoming one of the most hype capitals in Europe such as, London, Berlin and Amsterdam, attract many young people all over Greece and the rest of the world who stay from a short visit until week or more. Not to mention the many music halls and taverns with the popular Greek music.


Piraeus is a port city located within the Athens urban area 12 kilometers southwest from Athens’ city center, and lies along the east coast of the Saronic Gulf.

The area is very accessible by the Athens Metro, the Athens Tram, buses and trolleybuses.

The port of Piraeus is the main port in Greece and the largest passenger port in Europe. It is also placed among the top ten ports in container traffic in Europe and the top container port in the Eastern Mediterranean.

The University of Piraeus is one of the largest universities in Greece.

Piraeus is the home of the famous sports team of Olympiacos, both football and basketball and the two stadiums are in this area.



It is Greece’s second major economic, industrial, commercial and political center. It is a major transportation hub for Southeastern Europe, notably through the Port of Thessaloniki and the modern new Macedonia airport. In the near future it is expected to play a major role for all the Balkan area.

Thessaloniki is the center of higher education of Greece. Three of the country’s largest universities are located in central Thessaloniki, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, the University of Macedonia and the International Hellenic University, with more than 10% of the city’s population, approximately 150,000, being students.

The city is renowned for its festivals, events and vibrant cultural life and is considered to be Greece’s cultural capital. Events such as the Thessaloniki International Fair and the Thessaloniki International Film Festival are held annually. Thessaloniki is a popular tourist destination in Greece. In 2013, National Geographic Magazine included Thessaloniki in its top tourist destinations worldwide, while in 2014 Financial Times FDI magazine declared Thessaloniki as the best mid-sized European city of the future for human capital and lifestyle.