Greece’s economy has shown the first signs of stability, with a small GDP growth, after suffering the worst depression in modern history.
Greece has done major reforms and has come to terms with its’ lenders eliminating the threat of GREXIT (Greece exiting the EU).
Greece is experiencing a period of political stability after much political turbulence.
Realty value have hit an “all time low” dropping by 42.29% over the course of the past 10 years creating unique investment. opportunity.
Infrastructure developments and new vast projects to boost economic and touristic growth are brought to life.
Large investments on tourism have already been made with global investor’s interest at its’ peak.
Greece’s growth rate on tourism is currently 7%, double the world’s average, and is predicted to increase every year for the next 10 years.