The countdown to the official announcements of the new values of the real estate appraisal indicator in various regions of Greece has already begun.
According to Finance Minister Christos Staikuras, who announced significant changes to ΦΙΑ, the “map” with zones of new objective values will be published in the Official Gazette early next week.
Mr. Staikuras said that the new objective values will cover 13,808 zones and will cover 98% of the population for the first time. In the 10th assessment report of the commission it is emphasized that 95% of the territory will be “covered”, out of the current 85%. According to the Ministry of Finance, 3,478 will be annexed to previously established zones and 165 will be added to the expansion of existing zones.
It should be noted that the new objective values reported by Βήμα will be displayed in a special digital application prepared by the General Secretariat of Public Administration Information Systems, and every citizen or professional can click on the area to see the exact information. Those. what applies to real estate prices in a given area and other determinants of the final tax on a case-by-case basis.
How objective values will change
“Out of 165 new members in 133 zones, there will be a significant 40% increase. In 3,478 new zones, we will also have an increase in prices, but in most of them there will be a decrease, ”the expert explained, adding that in the vast majority ΕΝΦΙΑ will be the same or reduced, with the exception of those areas that were excluded.
Mr. Staikuras announced that from 2022 ΕΝΦΙΑ payments will begin in March and will be made in more than 5 payments.
In addition, he announced a further reduction of ΕΝΦΙΑ by 8% in 2022, and up to 30% in total. “Zones of new objective values will cover territories where special taxation existed. Thus, this is done in order to further reduce ΕΝΦΙΑ in the middle class, ”he added.
“Before the elections, we said that the country will move forward when we have financial stability through tax cuts. Reducing taxes creates jobs by attracting investments, ”the minister said. However, he stressed that at this stage the government has exhausted all possible resources.