When purchasing real estate in Greece, you will eventually have to pay property taxes, including acquisition and annual property taxes. You must also pay taxes on rental income if you rent out a property.
The good news is that property taxes in Greece are lower than those in the US, even though some are slightly higher than the average across the EU. Nevertheless, the tax system is simple to use; you receive your tax identification number as soon as you purchase a property and it can be managed online.
In this guide, we’ll explain some of the property taxes in Greece: