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  • Banks playing a dirty game

    Banks playing a dirty game

    A number of banks have obtained temporary court orders preventing people who bought property in Cyprus from receiving Title Deeds under the provisions of ‘trapped buyers’ law claiming they knew nothing about the sale.

  • Property Transfer Fees reduction permanent

    Property Transfer Fees reduction permanent

    In an announcement published earlier today the Cyprus Finance Ministry advised that it has lifted the temporary 50 per cent reduction in Property Transfer Fees for transfers that take place by 31st December 2016

  • Broken promises over Pissouri land slippage

    Broken promises over Pissouri land slippage

    In an open letter to the Cyprus Minister of the Interior Socratis Hasikos a Pissouri resident asks why the Minister has failed to keep the promises he made to clean up the land slippage mess.

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  • Chinese targeted by property scammers

    Chinese targeted by property scammers

    Scammers in Paphos claiming to be middlemen of major developers have taken money from a Chinese woman who subsequently discovered that the land she had paid for did not belong to the seller...
  • Luxury homes go under the hammer

    Luxury homes go under the hammer

    More than a hundred properties, including a number of luxury homes, will soon be auctioned off together with a hotel and other properties worth a total of €24.6 million according to the Phileleftheros...
  • Immovable Property Tax 2016

    Immovable Property Tax 2016

    The Cyprus parliament has agreed that Immovable Property Tax for 2016 will be based on 1980 values but reduced by 75 per cent on the amount paid last year; IPT will be abolished in 2017...

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