Capital Gains Taxes in Greece are Postponed
Capital Gains Taxes regarding real estates in Greece, have been postponed for two years, from the 1st of January 2015 until the 31st of December 2016,
according to the stipulations of the article 90 of the Law 4316/2014.
This was decided , as a way to boost Greece's real estate market and help the reflation of the Greek economy.
Capital Gains taxes , that were stipulated by virtue of the Law 4172/2013, burdened the owner of a property in Greece who sold his property and were estimated by a percentage of 15% on the difference between the price of the property upon the sale and the price of the property when the owner obtained ownership.