Where to buy property in Greece

Published on: "The Times"

Katie Silcox is assessing her options for residency post-Brexit. She is waiting to see if she will qualify for the digital nomad visa that Greece announced at the end of last year which offers expats the chance to settle in Greece and pay only half their income tax for seven years.

Silcox, who has previously been based in India, the UAE and Sri Lanka, now favours Greece for its position between western Europe and the Middle East.

“It is perfectly placed for my work in terms of flights and time zones, and I also love the lifestyle and all the fresh food,” says the 35-year-old, who runs a creative agency, Contemporary Class, and is on a temporary residency permit. “I live in Athens …

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Source: "The Times"