FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSWhere in Greece do you offer your services?
I am located in Athens. I cover the entire region of Attica for properties that require daily or frequent attendance. Yet, many clients have multiple properties all over the country. I manage those, too. Please contact me for more information.What do I need to do if I inherit property in Greece?
You need to officially accept the inheritance, pay the inheritance tax, if applicable, and complete the bureaucracy of changing ownership on the properties. You will need a lawyer for all this. (Yes, we help you do all that)If I own property in Greece, do I need to have a tax number (AFM)?
Yes. If you own property in Greece, you need to issue a tax number (AFM) which is widely used in other bureaucratic instances, as well. (Yes, we help you issue one)Do I need to file a tax return in Greece every year?
Yes. You need to file an E1 Tax Return every year, and an E9 Return only if you bought, sold, inherited or experienced any whatsoever changes in the ownership interest you hold in a property.Do I need an accountant?
Yes. In fact, you need a TAXISNET username and password, as well. This is the tax-department's e-services portal. (Yes, we provide assistance)Do I pay government and municipal property taxes and levies?
There are two main property-related taxes and levies: municipal taxes and levies, which are charged through the electrical bill and paid by the occupant of the property, whether it's the owner or a tenant; and the National Property Tax E.N.F.I.A., which is paid by the owner of the property. (Yes, we pay your tax bills on your behalf)When we are away, what happens to our utilities like electricity, water, phone, internet, etc.?
Depending on the situation, many owners disconnect their utilities while they are away. Usually, they do it to save costs. Although each case is different, we generally advise owners not to disrupt the service of specific utilities, like electricity and water. It helps them secure their property, and us deal with emergencies and repairs, while the costs of the utilities are relatively low. (Yes, we pay your bills for you)What type of repairs do you handle?
I personally do not execute any repairs myself. I always hire professionals, whether they are your trusted ones, or any of a number of professionals I work with. I arrange the job and supervise the work on your behalf. The repairs are usually emergency repairs such as power outages, faucet leaks, change of locks, broken windows, flooded basements, etc.