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CATEGORY: SERVICES
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DATE: February, 2018
COUNTRY: Greece
 
   
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Summary

1.1 Overview of the Economy
 -The Greek Economy
 -The Global Economy
1.2 Introduction
1.3 Delimitation of the Real Estate and Property Sector
1.4 General Characteristics of the Sector - Key Statistics
==> Added-value tax on real estate
==> Uniform Real Estate Tax (Greek abbreviation: "ETAK")
==> Key provisions of the development framework
==> National Land Register
==> National Building Regulation (Greek abbreviation: "GOK")
==> International Accounting Standards
==> Sale and Leaseback of Public Property, Sale Construct and Leaseback Operating Leasing by the Public Sector
==> Real Estate Investment Companies and Real Estate Mutual Funds
Aspis Real Estate Survey 2010
Appendix to Chapter 1

2. The Demand for Real Estate
2.1 Characteristics of the Demand for Real Estate
2.2 Factors that Shape the Demand for Real Estate
2.2.1 Demographic Data
2.2.2 Real Estate Funding
2.2.3 Available Income
2.2.4 Construction Cost
2.2.5 Investments on Residences and Constructions
2.3 Progress of the Authorized Private Building Activity
2.4 Investments by Hotels
2.5 The Demand for New Residences
2.6 The Demand for Professional Facilities
2.7 Development of Shopping Malls
2.8 Development of Freight Transport Centers
2.9 Financing Tools
2.10 Public and Private Partnerships (PPPs)
2.10.1 Public and Private Partnerships in Greece
2.10.2 Development Sectors for PPPs
Appendix to Chapter 2

3. The Supply of the Sector
3.1 Structure and Breakdown of the Sector
3.2 Sector Companies
3.2.1 Real Estate Brokers
3.2.2 Real Estate Consultants
3.2.3 Real Estate Developers
3.2.4 Real Estate Leasing Firms
3.3 Leading Real Estate Organizations - Large-Scale Projects
3.3.1 Insurance Funds
3.3.2 Tourist Development Company SA
3.3.3 The Church of Greece
3.3.4 Hellenic Public Real Estate Corporation SA
3.3.5 Labor Housing Organization
3.3.6 Thessaloniki Port Authority SA
3.3.7 Piraeus Port Authority SA
3.3.8 Olympic Properties SA
3.3.9 Organization of School Buildings SA
3.4 Sales of Sector Businesses
3.4.1 Sales of Real Estate Consultants
3.4.2 Sales of Real Estate Developers
3.4.3 Sales of Real Estate Leasing Companies
3.5 Financial Analysis of Real Estate Consulting Firms
 -Profitability
 -Performance
 -Liquidity
 -Financial Structure
 -Activity
 -Consolidated Balance Sheets
3.6 Financial Analysis of Real Estate Developers
 -Profitability
 -Performance
 -Liquidity
 -Financial Structure
 -Activity
 -Consolidated Balance Sheets
3.7 Consolidated Balance Sheet of Real Estate Leasing Companies
3.8 The Sector's Creditworthiness Over Time
3.8.1 Creditworthiness of Assessed Businesses
3.8.2 Creditworthiness of the Real Estate Industry
3.9 The Sector's Trading Conduct Over Time
3.9.1 Trading Conduct of Assessed Businesses
3.9.2 Trading Conduct in the Real Estate Industry
Appendix to Chapter 3

4. The Domestic Real Estate Market
Appendix to Chapter 4

5. The Real Estate Sector in the European & International Market
5.1 Houses
5.2 Professional Facilities
5.3 The Development of Shopping Centers in Europe
5.4 Classification of Europe's Most Appealing Cities
5.5 International Real Estate Markets
Appendix to Chapter 5

6. Conclusions and Prospects for the Sector
 -Overview
 -Analysis of the Competitive Landscape
 -Threat of New Entrants
 -Threat of Substitute Products or Services
 -Bargaining Power of Suppliers
 -Bargaining Power of Customers
 -Competitive Rivalry within the Industry
 -SWOT Analysis
 -Financial Results
 -Outlook
Appendix I: Balance Sheets of Sector Companies
Appendix II: List of Sector Studies carried out by the Department of Economic Research, ICAP Group SA

 -Benchmarking of Real Estate Developers 
 -Benchmarking of Real Estate Consultants

TABLES

Table 1.1 Change of the number of residences across the country (1991-2001)
Table 1.2 Breakdown of regular and irregular residences per district based on the census of March 18th 2001
Table 1.3 Average property prices in the area of Athens (January-June 2009 & 2010)
Table 1.4 Average property prices in the eastern suburbs of Athens (January-June 2009 & 2010)
Table 1.5 Average property prices in Piraeus and around the capital
(January-June 2009 & 2010)
Table 1.6 Average property prices in the northern suburbs of Athens (January-June 2009 & 2010)
Table 1.7 Average property prices in the western suburbs of Athens (January-June 2009 & 2010)
Table 1.8 Average property prices in the southern suburbs of Athens (January-June 2009 & 2010)
App 1.1 Breakdown of residences across the country's prefectures based on the 2001 census (March 18th, 2001)
App 1.2 Information on residences from the 2001 census
App 1.3 Household housing conditions (share of households or residences out of the total), 1987-2005
Table 2.1 Births and deceases in Greece (2000-2009)
Table 2.2 Marriages performed in Greece (1990-2009)
Table 2.3 Interest rates of new mortgages in Greece (2003-2009)
Table 2.4 Interest rates on current mortgage loan balances in Greece (2003-2009)
Table 2.5 Interest rates of mortgage loans in the Euro zone and in Greece (December 2008-February 2010)
Table 2.6 Mortgage loans given to domestic households at the end of each period (2005-July 2010)
Table 2.7 Net national disposable income and net savings (2000-2009)
Table 2.8 Price index of construction material (2000-2009)
Table 2.9 Price index of project categories and work fees (2000-2009)
Table 2.10 Number of new residences in Greece (2000-2009)
Table 2.11 New electricity supply in residences (2000-2009)
Table 2.12 Greek hotel supply (1996-2009)
Table 2.13 List of approved works under Law 3389/2005
App 2.1 Comparative results of real population per prefecture (1991, 2001)
App 2.2 Interest rate levels for mortgage loans (October 2010)
App 2.3 Interest rate levels for professionals and companies (September 2009)
App 2.4 Gross capital formation at current prices (2000-2009)
App 2.5 Gross capital formation at constant previous year prices (2001-2009)
App 2.6 Volume of private authorized building activity (1990-2000)
App 2.7 Private authorized building activity, per administrative district: number of licenses (2001-2009)
App 2.8 Private authorized building activity, per administrative district: surface in thous. m2 (2001-2009)
App 2.9 Private authorized building activity, per administrative district: volume in thous. m3 (2001-2009)
App 2.10 Private authorized building activity per administrative district (January-July 2009 & 2010)
App 2.11 Total building activity (private-public) per administrative district (2008-2009)
Table 3.1 Brief presentation of FIABCI member-companies (2010)
Table 3.2 Brief presentation of the leading real estate consultants
Table 3.3 Brief presentation of the leading real estate developers
Table 3.4 Presentation of the leading real estate leasing companies
Table 3.5 Sales of the leading real estate consultants (2005-2009)
Table 3.6 Sales of the leading real estate developers (2005-2009)
Table 3.7 Sales of the leading real estate leasing companies (2005-2009)
Table 3.8 Short forms of company names appearing in the graphs (3.1-3.5)
Table 3.9 Short forms of company names appearing in the graphs (3.6-3.10)
Table 3.10 Creditworthiness of assessed businesses (2010-2009)
Table 3.11 Creditworthiness of the real estate industry
Table 3.12 Trading conduct of assessed businesses (2010-2009)
Table 3.13 Trading conduct in the real estate industry (2010-2009)
App 3.1 Number of real estate companies (2006)
App 3.2 Brief presentation of the principal real estate agent associations (October 2010)
App 3.3 Real property owned by Social Insurance Authorities (2006-2008)
App 3.4 Use of Olympic Properties, per facility, in the post-Olympic Games era (October 2010)
App 3.5 Formulae of financial ratios
App 3.6 Profitability ratios of real estate consultants (2005-2009)
App 3.7 Performance ratios of real estate consultants (2005-2009)
App 3.8 Liquidity ratios of real estate consultants (2005-2009)
App 3.9 Financial structure ratios of real estate consultants (2005-2009)
App 3.10 Activity ratios of real estate consultants (2005-2009)
App 3.11 Consolidated balance sheet of real estate consultants (2008-2009)
App 3.12 Consolidated balance sheet of profitable real estate consultants (2008-2009)
App 3.13 Consolidated balance sheet of loss-making real estate consultants (2008-2009)
App 3.14 Profitability ratios of real estate developers (2005-2009)
App 3.15 Performance ratios of real estate developers (2005-2009)
App 3.16 Liquidity ratios of real estate developers (2005-2009)
App 3.17 Financial structure ratios of real estate developers (2005-2009)
App 3.18 Activity ratios of real estate developers (2005-2009)
App 3.19 Consolidated balance sheet of real estate developers (2008-2009)
App 3.20 Consolidated balance sheet of profitable real estate developers (2008-2009)
App 3.21 Consolidated balance sheet of loss-making real estate developers (2008-2009)
App 3.22 Consolidated balance sheet of real estate leasing companies (2008-2009)
App 3.23 Consolidated balance sheet of profitable real estate leasing companies (2008-2009)
App 3.24 Consolidated balance sheet of loss-making real estate leasing companies (2008-2009)
Table 4.1 Real estate sales over time, as indicated by the amount of signed notarial agreements (2002-2006)
Table 4.2 Gross added value industry results at current prices (2000-2009)
Table 4.3 Residence price index (2000-2010)
App 4.1 General consumer price index and rental price index per month (1/2000-9/2010)
App 4.2 Average general consumer price index and rental price index per month (2000-2009)
Table 5.1 Cost of living index, including the cost of residence (2006-2010)
Table 5.2 Mortgage loan interest rates in the Euro zone (1st quarter of 2007-2nd quarter of 2010)
Table 5.3 Mortgage loan interest rates in the Euro zone (January 2007-August 2010)
Table 5.4 Annual average rental price (per m2) and total cost of setting up an office
Table 5.5 Available office space in big European cities
Table 5.6 Annual average rental price (per m2) and total cost of setting up a commercial and manufacturing business
Table 5.7 The 50 most expensive cities worldwide to set up an office (2010)
Table 5.8 The 15 fastest-growing cities according to the annual increase of the cost of setting up an office (2010)
Table 5.9 The most appealing cities to start a business (1990-2010)
Table 5.10 Cities ranked according to their leasing terms in relation to the office value (2005-2010)
Table 5.11 Cities ranked according to their availability of offices (2005-2010)
Table 5.12 Necessary requirements in establishing a business (2003-2009)
Table 5.13 Ownership management strategy (2010/2011)
App 5.1 The 30 most expensive real estate markets (2009)
App 5.2 The countries with the highest annual gross rental yields (2010)

GRAPHS

Graph 1.1 Key organizations in the sector
Graph 1.2 Regular residences geographically broken down (census, March 18th 2001)
Graph 2.1 Breakdown of the building activity per region, by volume (2009)
Graph 2.2 Breakdown of the volume of new buildings in the principal municipalities of Attica (2009)
Graph 2.3 Breakdown of the volume of new buildings in the principal prefectures across Greece (2009)
Graph 2.4 Breakdown per type of real estate sold (2010*)
Graph 3.1 Profitability ratios of real estate consultants, 2005-2009
Graph 3.2 Performance ratios of real estate consultants, 2005-2009
Graph 3.3 Financial structure ratios of real estate consultants, 2005-2009
Graph 3.4 Activity ratios of real estate consultants, 2005-2009
Graph 3.5 Liquidity ratios of real estate consultants, 2005-2009
Graph 3.6 Profitability ratios of real estate developers, 2005-2009
Graph 3.7 Performance ratios of real estate developers, 2005-2009
Graph 3.8 Liquidity ratios of real estate developers, 2005-2009
Graph 3.9 Financial structure ratios of real estate developers, 2005-2009
Graph 3.10 Activity ratios of real estate developers, 2005-2009
Graph 4.1 Average monthly rate of change in rentals (2000-2009)
Graph 4.2 Change of the consumer price index and the rental price index over time
Graph 4.3 Contribution of the gross added value of the real estate management sector to the overall gross added value of Greece (2000-2009)
Graph 5.1 Annual average rental price (per m2) of office, commercial and industrial facilities (September 2009)
Graph 5.2 Surface of commercial centers (in m2) per 1,000 inhabitants (1st semester of 2010)
Graph 5.3 Surface of new shopping malls in m2 (1st semester of 2010)
Graph 5.4 Surface of shopping malls (in m2) in the design/construction phase in 2010-2011
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