Process & Costs
Step 1 – An initial pre-screen and consultation will take place with one of our advisors to discuss the programme and personal circumstances in detail along with investment preferences.
Step 2 – An application for an entry visa to the Greek consulate in your country of origin is required. Either, a type C Schengen visa, or a type D national visa is required to purchase a property in Greece.
Step 3 – Visit Greece.
All applicants must travel to Greece to stamp passports prior to residence application.
Here you will meet with our local legal team for an in-depth consultation.
KCS will endeavour to provide you with a property portfolio based on your preferences.
Step 4 – Once you have selected the property we will assist in negotiation, review and signing legal documents with our attorney, and pay the deposit.
We will also apply for tax file number, bank account opening, and assist with document collection.
Step 5 – Transfer the payments for property.
Lawyer will sign the purchase contract with developer on the behalf of client.
The application is then submitted to Greece’s Aliens and Immigration of the Decentralized Authority agency.
Once the application is approved it will be verified.
Step 6 – Once verified you will be invited to Greece to finalise the biometrics, residence permit will be issued.
A full breakdown of fees will be provided to all clients upon consultation.