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EVOLUTION OF THE BILL OF REALTORS AND MEASURES TO STIMULATE REAL ESTATE MARKET

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Dear - s Colleagues

 

Due to the summer and the upcoming elections in parliament postponed the discussion of the Draft Law Realtors (according to the personal commitment of the Minister of Development Mr Vlachos presence of hundreds of colleagues in established us cutting the cake) that will radically change our profession and had psifiseos great chance this fall.

 

We decided through Panhellenic our body, the O.M.A.S.E., ship a week ago letters to the Prime Minister Constantine Karamanlis and the leader of the main opposition George Papandreou commit against us in the event that Tomorrow is the government, what is the official position on the subject and answer us before the election in order to inform our members.

 

We remind you that in July we requested the Government to take immediate measures to stimulate the property market, which included:

 

• 50% reduction of transfer tax

 

• Reduction or deferral of tax for two years in new building

 

• Solving the semi-open spaces

 

• Elimination of capital gains tax

 

• Check whether the banks approve mortgages

 

• Eliminate the Occupying to purchase any property for at least two years

 

These measures as you realize you gave impetus and momentum to the property market.

 

The same measures announce today our letter to all candidates for national elections both parties to inform them and to take a stand in their electoral programs and ask the new Minister of Finance immediate hearing on the adoption and application of measures to stimulate sluggish market.

 

Responses and views of the political parties will be announced directly to your information.

 

Sincerely

 

PRESIDENT                             GEN. SECRETARY

                       GREGORY LIANTAS                          JOHN  REVYTHIS

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