Tuesday, 26 August 2014

SPECS HOLIDAY HOME COMPLEX FOR SALE, 17 HOMES, Areopoli, Mani, Peloponnese Greece. SPECS.


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A:                   20sqm apartment fully furnished. Ceramic tile roof. 45cm thick rock wall construction.
B, C, D:                   Ground level. Private garden and patio. 75sqm apartment. Basement. Security doors and windows. Fully furnished, kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, air-conditioning. Autonomous heating gauge, water meter and electrical panel. 45cm thick rock wall construction
                  1st storey. 75sqm apartment. 8sqm balcony. Fully furnished, kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, air-conditioning. Autonomous heating gauge, water meter and electrical panel. 45cm thick rock wall construction. Security doors and windows
                  2nd storey. 40sqm apartment. 35sqm balcony. Fully furnished, kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, air-conditioning. Autonomous heating gauge, water meter and electrical panel. Ceramic tile roof. 45cm thick rock wall construction.  Security doors and windows
E:                   Ground level. Private patio. 50sqm apartment. Basement. Fully furnished, kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, air-conditioning. Autonomous heating gauge, water meter and electrical panel. 45cm thick rock wall construction. Security doors and windows.­­­­­­­­
                  1st storey. 50sqm apartment. Fully furnished, kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, air-conditioning. Autonomous heating gauge, water meter and electrical panel. Ceramic tile roof. 45cm thick rock wall construction. Security doors and windows.
F:                   20sqm apartment fully furnished. Reception area for guests. Ceramic tile roof. 45cm thick rock wall construction. Security doors and windows.
G:                  40sqm. Outdoor toilets. Ceramic tile roof. 45cm thick rock wall construction. Security doors and windows.
H:                   1 building. Ceramic tile roof. 45cm thick rock wall construction.  Ground floor. 8sqm private patio. 2 apartments. 40sqm each apartment (80sqm total). Fully furnished, kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, air-conditioning. Autonomous heating gauge, water meter and electrical panel. Security doors and windows.
I, J:                  2 buildings. Ceramic tile roof. 45cm thick rock wall construction.  Ground floor. 65sqm each apartment. 8sqm private patio. Fully furnished, kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, air-conditioning. Autonomous heating gauge, water meter and electrical panel. Security doors and windows.
L:                  1 building. Ceramic tile roof. 45cm thick rock wall construction.  Ground floor. 50sqm each apartment. 8sqm private patio. Fully furnished, kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, air-conditioning. Autonomous heating gauge, water meter and electrical panel. Security doors and windows.
M:                  One of two (2) underground water tanks. 200 cubic meters of water capacity each tank. Sustains entire building complex for up to a month’s worth of water if water supply is not available.

      Entire building complex is rock wall fenced 50 cm thick. 1m – 7m height.
    Internal electrical wiring and plumbing
    Sub terrain basements found throughout building complex.  
     Autonomous sub terrain water irrigation with flowers and trees present.
    Full asphalt private road and parking.
    €15,000 in built outdoor oven roaster spit barbecue
    700sqm floor space.
    10,000sqm plot of land.
    2002 construction.
   €3 million Euros, 
approximately £2,360,000 as of  December.7.2014.








Thursday, 21 August 2014

Legal requirements for establishing a business in Greece.



Legal requirements for establishing a business in Greece.

Commercial legislation, company legislation and limited liability company legislation define the procedures relating to the formation of a new company in Greece.
The most recent regulation concerning the formation of a company in Greece is Act no. 3853/2010, entitled "Simplification of procedures for setting up single-member and limited liability companies and other provisions", published in Government Gazette 90A dated 17.06.2010.
The objective of the Act is for companies to be set up within a day thanks to the creation of the General Register of Enterprises.
Legal forms of businesses

You must first decide on the legal form of your business based on the following options:
§  sole traders (one person);
§  corporate companies (two or more people linked by a corporate relationship).
There are four different types of corporate companies:
Business plan and evaluation

The Business Plan is a key tool for every business activity in every step of its development (from its launch to the end of the company's activities).
To succeed, a new business needs a sound commercial strategy and secure financing.
Some standard requirements to be completed when setting up a business are the same as when opening a branch.
Administrative procedures

While start-up procedures differ depending on the type of business, they do include certain common stages.
Registering a company

Company registration
Once you have chosen where the company will be based, the natural (sole trader) or legal persons (corporate company) must register with the local Chamber of Commerce.
You can locate all Greek Chambers on the website of the Central Union of the Hellenic Chambers. Membership application forms are available on the website of each Chamber.
The business premises must be established for the registration of merchants, professionals and craftsmen (sole traders) with the competent insurance body.
Any employer recruiting an individual registered under the ΙΚΑ-ΕΤΑΜ insurance scheme, must become registered under the IKA-ETAM Employers' Registry. The Public Administration National Gateway allows for online submission of the required applications.
Obtaining a Tax Identification Number
You must then apply for a Tax Identification Number at the relevant Tax Office. The addresses and contact details of tax offices located throughout the country are available on the website below:
Transactions between citizens, enterprises and the different services of the Ministry of Finance can now be carried out through the TAXISNET service (via the online submission of periodical or annual VAT return statements, as well as the submission of quarterly summary tables for intra-community acquisitions/supplies (VIES) or through TAXISphone.
Special procedures

For certain profession categories the issuance of a Licence to Practise is essential for the commencement of any business activity. Examples of professions falling under these categories include those relating to electrical appliances and equipment, cars, motorcycles, aircrafts or professions relating to telecommunication facilities.
The majority of licences to practice a profession as well as special operation licences are issued by the competent Directorates responsible for business activities in the various prefectures. The same authorities are to inform the company on whether or not a special permit is required for its operation, as well as on the required supporting documentation.
The addresses and contact details of Prefectural Administrations operating throughout Greece are available at the address below:
Resources

Information on the types of business activities interested parties can carry out in Greece may be obtained from the National Statistical Service of Greece.
Guides and practical advice on the preparation of a business plan are available through different public bodies. The National Observatory for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, which has developed and offers a free "Tool for the Write up & Implementation of a Business Plan", provides a useful source.
The Centres for Business and Technological Development (KETA) provide information to entrepreneurs looking to set up a new business. More specifically:
One-stop shop services are available through the General Secretariat for Commerce of the Ministry for the Economy, Competitiveness and Shipping.
The Services Directive: Points of single contact

The Services Directive is a European law that aims to make life easier for businesses that wish to provide services in the European Union – in their home country or abroad. The Directive defines the rules that apply to entrepreneurs wishing to establish a business or perform temporary services in the EU/EEA area (the 27 EU member states, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway). It obliges member states to eliminate unnecessary bureaucracy, simplify formalities for businesses and make public administrations more efficient.
For the implementation of the Directive, each member state had to set up ‘Points of Single Contact (PSC)’, e-government portals which help businesses complete their administrative procedures on-line. The PSCs provide comprehensive information on all administrative matters related to setting up or expanding a services business in a given country. This includes for example:
§  Which licences, notifications or permits do I need to obtain to start a business (at home or abroad)?
§  What do I need to do when I want to offer my services abroad on a temporary basis?
§  What do I need to do to apply for a licence? Which authority is responsible?
§  Are the licences subject to a fee? What kinds of deadlines apply?
§  Which acts and decrees apply in my sector?
§  What do I need to do to establish, for instance, a restaurant or a shop? Or to work as a tour operator in another country without actually setting up a company?
§  Where can I turn for personalised advice and further information?
With the PSCs, you n o longer need to approach various authorities one by one!! The PSC allows you to find all relevant information and to send in your online applications to the responsible authority through one single contact point, the PSC. You can complete your administrative formalities electronically through the PSC. Just contact the PSC of the country that you want to do business in.
All PSCs are part of the European EUGO network; through a central website you can easily access all PSCs in Europe. Of course, the services of the PSCs are optional. You may always address yourself directly to the relevant authorities, too.


Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Affordable Building Land for sale Lefkimmi, Greece, Corfu. £20000 half an acre.

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Lefkimmi is located in South of Corfu Island, close to the resort of Kavos, this plot is near to the Diellas Supermarket. 2000 square meters m2, Δυο στρεμματα. Google translates this as two acres, but it is not, an acre is four thousand m2. (1 acre-4046.86) so it is half an acre. This is within the building zone, the house you see directly left of the building plot in the ariel view photograph was built on land that made up half of the total plot, half of the plot was sold before the crisis for €50000, and a house was built on the land by a lawyer, this other half is now being sold at half the price at €25000, and is open to offers, coming to stay then why not view the land. Lefkimmi (Greek: Λευκίμμη, also known as Alefkimmo) is a town and a former municipality on the island of Corfu, Ionian Islands, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Corfu, of which it is a municipal unit. Its land area is 50.819 km² and its population was 6,704 at the 2001 census. 

Lefkimmi is the southernmost municipal unit on the island. Tourism is its main industry along with agriculture and other businesses. It features beaches, restaurants, shops, taverns and hotels. A canal passes through the eastern part of town. The municipal seat was the town of Lefkímmi (pop. 3,517). Its next largest towns are Kávos (pop. 847), Palaiochóri (617), Vitaládes (475), and Kritiká (426). If you are coming to Corfu for a holiday, why not arrange a viewing. http://corfuservices.blogspot.gr/2014/06/buying-house-in-greece.html

The Price would obviously not include Solicitors and other fees. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE:Your receipt of the information on this page is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, a contract for representation by myself Clive Donovan. The information is not intended to substitute for obtaining legal advice from an attorney. No person should act or rely on any information in this advertisement without seeking the advice of a qualified Lawyer, either our legal representatives or your own, if you reply to this advertisement it is understood you have read this statement and agree with it's content. Clive Donovan.

Tuesday, 12 August 2014

One Bedroom Bungalow and Block of flats (6 apartments) for sale at Road To Kavos., Corfu, Greece only £139,000







£139,000
A very interesting proposition for someone wanting to live in Corfu and run a business from home. It is located in the peaceful area of Spartera, yet convenient for the amenities of Kavos and Lefkimmi.
This is 1000 m2 in total. It includes a tourist apartment block of 4 rooms each with two beds, 2 rooms each with a double bed, refrigerator, shower and toilet, and a detached one bedroom bungalow in beautiful condition, with all the modern appliances, both the bungalow and the apartments will left fully furnished, except of course for personal effects. It has off road parking, on road parking, central heating, internet, phone line.
The owner has undertaken regular maintenance on his property since it's build in 1989. I will take many more photos and exact measurements shortly. The bungalow has had some work that is not included on the plans, the owner has agreed to pay (about €3000) for the updating of the license as part of a pre-contract. The view from the second floor of the apartment is panoramic. The owner has heart problems and can no longer run this as a going concern, here is your opportunity to buy a bungalow, and a business on site.
The rooms can be rented out each night at €25, so over a five month period you could earn up to €22,000 a year, of course that is based on booking for every night over a 5 month period, and of course you don't need to stay open for a five month period, in the winter which for most part it is very warm here, there is no where to stay in South Corfu, you can stay open all year around, as part of the contract I will agree to advertise these apartments over a one year period. My commission is 3% on completion of the sale, We have a very competent English speaking lawyer in Corfu Town who will handle the sale of this house (embassy recommended). The owner is a Dutch national and as he pays tax on his pension in Holland paid only €91 in property tax for the last year, if you are a non-Greek resident you will not have to pay the regular tax on the purchase as long as you are a tax payer in your own country.
You will need two basic things to purchase this property, a tax number, and a Greek bank account. The tax number (obtainable with your passport) is for making the purchase legal and does not mean you are liable for income tax in Greece, the Greek bank account may be opened in your country that has a branch in Greece.







http://corfuservices.blogspot.gr/2014/06/buying-house-in-greece.html



IMPORTANT NOTICE: Your receipt of the information on this page is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, a contract for representation by myself Clive Donovan. The information is not intended to substitute for obtaining legal advice from an attorney. No person should act or rely on any information in this advertisement without seeking the advice of a qualified Lawyer, either our legal representatives or your own, if you reply to this advertisement it is understood you have read this statement and agree with it's content. Clive Donovan.



























































































































































































































































Mr Donatos Paipetis is the Greek lawyer that will handle this transaction, regardless if you have purchased property in Greece before or are currently owners of Greek Real Estate and have your own trusted Greek lawyer I insist as to avoid any fraud, on the use of this long established British Embassy recommended Legal Firm based in Corfu Town, as part of the transaction of these properties.


Step one will be contact with myself through email or phone.


Step two will be contact with Mr Donatos Paipetis and then we will advice you on how you can purchase this property legally.