Chania Property Market Research: Emerging Trends in Chania Real Estate® 2019
Within the tourist & logistics sector, which in Crete remains blisteringly hot, foreign investors and investment funds are racing to build economically viable real estate assets and services that can handle same-day fulfillment and high investment returns as efficiently as possible.
Innovative real estate services, property valuations and access to local real estate data continue to change what is feasible, reasonable and trustworthy.
Within Chania real estate market, the luxury property sector has seen revival in 2017 and 2018 and continue to thrive by offering a combination of choice, magnificent design options and leisure services.
CHANIA PROPERTY MARKET RESEARCH ARCHIVE
RESEARCH PAPER No.11
Case Study: Small Properties Big Opportunities
The results of our research show that there are significant opportunities on small-sized plots and houses.
Additionally our research shows that a growing number of buyers from Scandinavia, Israel and Germany have been interested in Cretan properties, capitalising on lower prices and higherreturn of investment compared to other real estate markets in Greece.
Real estate investors’ main target in Crete has been Chania — one of Greece’s most mature and promising real estate market.
RESEARCH PAPER No.4
July 2018 (Updated)
Case Study: Foreign Investors Choose Cretan Traditional Houses
According to the National Land Registry, foreign investors own approximately some 1,250 acres of land in Chania and almost twice as many have snatched up property on the rest of the island (Rethymno, Heraklion and Agios Nikolaos).
Foreign investors have been snatching up properties from the fishing village of Almyrida in the Chania region to the authentic mountain village of Zaros, famed for its natural spring water, in Heraklion and from Anogia in the prefecture of Rethymno, to the Minoan village of Zakros in the Lassithi region.