Scusa, Gano. Ma se lo ho scritto io che è per comprarsi la residenza in EU, tu cosa lo riscrivi a fare?
"Ma se è tanto figo fare la Brexit, come mai corrono tutti a comprarsi la residenza in Grecia? "
Non ho scritto "comprare residenze".
Bassini, fino ad un certo punto...
The uptick in sales has been accelerated by Greece’s golden visa scheme. Implemented in 2013 to boost economic growth, the scheme grants residency permits to non-EU nationals, and their families, who purchase property of a value exceeding €250,000. Of 5,302 permits issued to investors to date, 3,464 have been claimed by Chinese buyers, followed by buyers from Turkey, Russia and Egypt.
Most are flocking to central neighbourhoods such as Kolonaki and Plaka, where prices for prime apartments start at €4,000 per sq m and can rise to €8,000 for views of the Acropolis, the ancient citadel that towers above the city. In the prestigious Presidential Palace district, apartments can reach €12,000 per sq m but are still half the price of high-end neighbourhoods in Milan, Paris or London, Savvaidis notes.