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Electronic auctions are due to begin on Wednesday, with the Greek government hoping that the process runs smoothly and that an agreement with the institutions can be secured by the end of the week.
It is expected that just a handful of properties will go under the hammer, with some reports suggesting that there will be as few as two homes up for sale. Banks are expected to try to auction at least 50 properties via the electronic platform by the en...
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