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Reduced property transfer fees (update)

The law reducing the Cyprus Property Transfer Fees for transfers that take place before 31 December 2016 has been published and will be particularly welcomed by those waiting for their deeds.

Property transfer fees halved

Following a unanimous vote by MPs at the House plenary earlier today, Property Transfer Fees are to be cut by 50 per cent on all property sales that take place before 31 December 2016.

Open letter to Socratis Hasikos

I have written an open letter to Interior Minister Socratis Hasikos following his announcement that the government intends to bring in legislation to address the problem of home buyers trapped without Title Deeds.

No Property Transfer Fees reduction this year

Cyprus Interior Minister Socrates Hasikos has said that there will be no reduction in Property Transfer Fees this year but it will be considered as part of a wider reform of property taxation next year.

Property Transfer Fees reduction

A temporary fifty percent reduction in Property Transfer Fees is being considered by the Cypriot government in an effort to help clear the backlog of around 28,000 Title Deed applications.

Title Deed backlog costing millions

The Cyprus government stands to gain millions from the transfer of 39,490 Title Deeds sitting at the Land Registry according to the latest annual report issued by the island’s Audit Office.

Real estate tax restructuring a must

Cyprus real estate taxes are steep, unpredictable and complex and must be reduced and simplified if the island’s property sector is to survive and prosper; owning property must be profitable.

Property transfer fee reduction

A 50 per cent reduction in the Property Transfer Fees is being considered by government to help clear the Title Deed backlog as part of the changes designed to rationalise property taxation.

Who is parliament trying to protect?

We have to ask the question who is the Cyprus parliament trying to protect following the decision of the House Finance Committee not to put the ‘hidden mortgages’ bill before a plenary meeting of the House.

Hidden mortgages & tax bills delayed

The bills designed to rationalise Cyprus’ various property taxes and address ‘hidden mortgages’ agreed by government will not be put to a plenary meeting of the House this Thursday as planned.

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