If you rent out legally you need a lot more than that. Just getting a licence before doing anything else can be a nightmare. Maybe I'm a cynic but I'd at least double-check everything I was told as it's quite possible to be told different thinks by officials working in the same department to say nothing of advice given by friendly amateurs.Ladyt25 wrote:Thankfully our solicitor is the SIL of our good Greek friend, his other friend is an engineer and did the survey and we have our tax numbers etc all sorted I think!
Kilkis wrote:It looks like the thinking is getting much more joined up?
patterson wrote:Hi - congrats on the house purchase - how exciting!
I am collecting keys early November for our first house in Greece too, so we are both newbies. This forum has quite a negative vibe on every thread I have been reading for the past 2 months but I am sure things will get happier!
We are letting ours on airB&B and know many people who do this and it is very straight forward.
Anyway - I have looked at furniture and prices in Crete and actually have found it cheaper to buy in the UK and use a van hire guy to take it all over. I wanted some beautiful Laura Ashley pieces and found two nearly new sofas on ebay and have them and 7 other large items being shipped over for around £1200.
It is so wonderful to have a holiday home on such a beautiful island - enjoy it x
Ladyt25 wrote:...I don't really get how Airbnb works if you are not in the country to do it...
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