Greek housing market at new juncture as Covid-19 shakes foundations

EconomyFeatures Tags: Construction, Covid, Property By: Georgia Nakou
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At the end of 2019, the Greek property market was showing signs of a gradual recovery from the battering it received in the country’s decade-long financial crisis, and 2020 looked set to continue the trend.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a chilling effect on the sector, as it has on most areas of economic activity.

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