HELLENIC PROPERTY FEDERATION  

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Hellenic Property Federation (POMIDA) is the national organization of immovable private property and buildings owners of Greece.

POMIDA was founded in Athens on 1983, and it represents and defends the interests of all house and private real estate property owners of the country, even if they live abroad, and the private rented sector.

Almost 40 associations from all over the country are members of the Hellenic Property Federation (POMIDA) which is member of the International Union of Property Owners (Union Internationale de la Propriete Immobiliere - UIPI).

 

POMIDA is directed by 15-member board, chaired by its founder Lawyer Mr. Stratos J. Paradias During the many years of action and important successes, POMIDA had always a moderate approach in the social subjects related to property possession, exploitation and taxation, continuous and effective action, mobilisation of property owners all over the country and a great number of panhellenic and international congresses.

The most important achievements of POMIDA were the progressive and successful abolition of rents control in both residential and commercial rentals, the improvement of relations between landlords and tenants, the abolition of high annual property tax, while continuous is the collaboration with all state and local authorities for the resolution of countless problems related to real estate property such as taxation, urban planning, historical buildings, forestall property, and property problems in apartment buildings.

Today POMIDA is fighting against the new burdens placed upon real estate property owners due to the debt crisis of the country.

 
SUBSCRIBE ONLINE NOW!

It is very easy now to become member of POMIDA, no matter were you live!  You will get instant access to all our services:

Electronic Library for our members

Buildings Insurance

Free Evaluation of Real Estate Property

Property Legal Advice Network (PLAN)

The annual contribution costs only 80 euros per year!!!

 
A GREEK PRESIDENT OF U.I.P.I.

The President of Hellenic Property Federation Mr. Stratos Paradias, on October 2012 was unanimously reelected by the representatives of all the National Organisations-members of UIPI, for a third four-year term as President of the Executive Committee of the International Union of Property Owners (U.I.P.I.).  Stratos Paradias is a Property lawyer in Athens, Greece

Visit the official U.I.P.I. website

Read the message of the President

Read Mr. Paradias' Curriculum Vitae

 
INFORMATION OFFICE OF POMIDA

The more important everyday service of P.OM.ID.A. for its members is the information office in the centre of Athens (15 Sofokleous street & Aiolou), as well as smaller offices in all the big cities of the country.

The members are briefed orally and issued printed informative material (laws, circulars, copies for rental contracts etc.) for all current subjects (rentals, taxation, etc.) as well as the magazine “NEWS of PROPERTY OWNERS” in greek language, which you can read online through the main page of our website.

* OPENING HOURS: The central information office is open daily 10-2 p.m. and each Tuesday and Thursday afternoon 5-7 p.m.

* HELP LINE + 30 210 3228500, everyday 14.00 - 16.00 h. Monday through Friday, using the telephone pass code issued to all our members (not available during August)

* DOCUMENTS: All the written material is available to the members of POMIDA through the members area of our website, using the username and password issued to all members.

Tel. number: +30210 3213211. Fax number: +30210 3252470.  Email: mail at pomida . gr

 

U.I.P.I. IS DECLARED OFFICIAL PARTNER OF THE EUR. COMMISSION BUILDUP CAMPAIGN!

The EU Commission has declared the International Union of Property Owners (UIPI) as official Partner of the BUILDUP paneuropean campaign for energy saving in buildings. So UIPI is now included among the most influential european organizations, concerning energy saving in the existing buildings. The BUILDUP webpage is a most valuable tool for information concerning energy saving in buildings. 

VISIT THE BUILD UP WEBPAGE OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION