If you own a property on Samos (land, house or both) you need to register your property to the Greek land Registry.
Applications start on the 14th of January 2019 until 15th of April 2019 (OR 7 months until 15th of July if you are non Greek Resident) – Extension of these deadlines is almost certain.
Our office can undertake all of the procedure for your property to be registered safely and correctly to the national Land Registry System (Ethniko Ktimatologio)
- First you locate the exact boundaries of your property
- Then if you have a surveying plan without gps coordinates, (older than 2012) you will need a new survey plan from our office.
- Then we follow the procedure for you – ask us about the costs involved (depending on the amount of work involved)
What are the necessary documents required from you:
- The latest deed of your property
- The building permit of your property (if there is a building)
- The existing (old) surveying plan
Surveying topography plans
We produce detailed Surveying topography plans of properties on the island using the latest technology.
Theodolites and electronic GPS mapping systems
Plans of plots and buildings with GPS coordinates specific for all the necessary declarations according to the specifications of the ministry of Environment
Prices start from 150€ plus VAT for small plots
We also produce detailed plans of your existing property and explain in detail what your options are in terms of management of the property, expansion and renovation with appropriate building construction permits.
The surveying plan is essential to every property. This is where everything begins in terms of buying a plot of land or find out the exploitation options a property has.
Furthermore, the new surveying plan with EGSA 87 GPS coordinates in the lack of land registry, secures your property by pinpointing the location, terrain condition, showing the neighboring properties, any distinctive land features and close by positive or negative characteristics i.e. neighboring property is higher than the examined property which might mean that if the neighbor is capable of building then the view will be blocked.
The surveying topography plan is he first step of finding out what kind of construction you can do on your property
This is the first thing you need to ask when you are interested for a property for sale