We are able to offer a variety of services, regarding residential and industrial buildings, such us:

Structural analysis and in particular seismic analysis, design and retrofit of existing buildings.

Structural engineering in the oil and gas industry.

Surveing studies.

Electrical and mechanical studies.

Sustainable building design.

Logistics engineering.

Project management,Business Process Re-engineering, Financial Engineering in PPP's and PFI's.

Cost-benefit analysis.

Renovation services for residential buildings, working offices as well as modernisation of industries.

Expatriates that own property in Greece, very often have to deal with a great deal of bureaucracy in order to make simple things like sell or lease, fulfill their obligations to tax authorities or Ktimatologio (Hellenic Cadastre) etc. The communication with the Greek authorities from distance is rather difficult which leads to problems for the owner due to missing milestones or opportunities. For example all the owners in Greece need to register their assets with the Hellenic Cadastre. Failing to do so in the time given they asset will be transferred to the state. Another issue is that many expatriates don't even know where their asset is located (e.g plot or parcel ) because they have visited it once or sometimes never.

Therefore a local based manager need to be appointed so as to deal with all these issues along with maintenance issues or inspecting the tax snapshot of the property or even find ways to invest.

Engineering Consultants' Network are able to offer expatriates with property in Greece a number of services such as:

  1. Services for lease, sale, etc
  2. Act as a liaison between the owner and the state like Ktimatologio (Hellenic Cadastre), tax authorities etc.
  3. Provision of a full documentation of your property, ie. plans, licences, technical notes, value estimations, contracts, pictures etc
  4. Technical consultant in disputes between the owner and the state or a third party.
  5. Home improvement services.
  6. Bill inspecting.
  7. Investment and feasibility studies

Expatriates that own property in Greece, very often have to deal with a great deal of bureaucracy in order to make simple things like sell or lease, fulfill their obligations to tax authorities or Ktimatologio (Hellenic Cadastre) etc. The communication with the Greek authorities from distance is rather difficult which leads to problems for the owner due to missing milestones or opportunities. For example all the owners in Greece need to register their assets with the Hellenic Cadastre. Failing to do so in the time given they asset will be transferred to the state. Another issue is that many expatriates don't even know where their asset is located (e.g plot or parcel ) because they have visited it once or sometimes never.

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