Greek-owned villas are becoming increasingly popular in Greece, but they are becoming harder to find and less affordable than they used to be.
The country’s economy is in free fall and the country’s government is struggling to provide affordable housing for those in need, with many of Greece’s residents being pushed into debt.
The government is also trying to bring down its debt and cut taxes.
Villas can cost up to $300,000 per year, but can be bought for as little as $50,000, according to an online real estate agency.
The biggest demand is for luxury villas, where the price can be as low as $200,000.
These luxury homes can also include state-of-the-art amenities such as private baths and outdoor kitchens, according the agency.
In recent years, villas have become increasingly popular, with the average asking price for a villas doubled in the past decade to nearly $1.5 million, according data from real estate company Abrasco.
The average price for the average home in Greece rose by about $1,000 in the same time period, to about $6,000 an area.
Villas in Greece can be rented from a variety of private and public housing companies, with prices ranging from as low $1 million to as high as $7 million.