Kerdos Newspaper Featured Article on Importance of the Internet for Greek Property Market
04/21/2011 | By Stefania Souki | Kerdos Newspaper
GreekPropertyExchange.com (GPE), Greece's top real estate website for Greece and Cyprus, was featured in the national Greek financial newspaper, Kerdos, with an interview titled "The Role of the Internet in Promoting Real Estate Outside of Greece (Ο ρόλος του Ιnternet στην προώθηση των ακινήτων στο εξωτερικό)". The article focused on the Greek real estate market and how it is being influenced through the internet.
Kerdos Newspaper (ΚΕΡΔΟΣ - Ημερήσια Οικονομική Εφημερίδα, Kerdos.gr) is one of Greece's leading financial and economic media outlets, providing its print and online readers with relevant business news from Greece and and around the world. This daily newspaper features professionals from their respective fields and interviews them by asking pertinent questions about relevant business topics affecting Greek business and the economy.
In the April 19, 2011 issue or Kerdos, Georgios Stroumboulis was asked a series of questions in his featured interview, including: what role does the internet play in promoting Greek real estate; what types of property are foreigners interested in investing in; what is the competitive environment for similar real estate websites; what discourages foreigners the most when trying to buy property in Greece and how has the financial crisis in Greece affected the buying or selling or property.
The article goes on to nicely illustrate to the reader that a lot of effort and money is being invested in property websites such as Greek Property Exchange to help promote Greece, its properties and the real estate market to the world. Being featured in a reputable newspaper such as Kerdos is an indication that the community being created by GreekPropertyExchange.com is quickly becoming a platform for all users of the Greek real estate market - buyers, sellers, renters, legislators and the supporting professional community.
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