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Frog

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Is there a1, who can make pictures from a house at Loutraki?
I pay for it.
Its an old house, which belongs to me, but I wasnt 12 years in Greece.
 

mastichas09

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Is there a1, who can make pictures from a house at Loutraki?
I pay for it.
Its an old house, which belongs to me, but I wasnt 12 years in Greece.
Maybe you can see the house from google maps. What exactly are you looking for?
 

Frog

New member
The picture from Google Maps ist from 2011 or 2012.
I only want to know, how the house looks like: maybe broken windows, there were solar and rain system.
I think, a lot is gone away. But thats not the problem.
Maybe some refugees live there. I dont know.
Only the look at the moment.
 

Jerry s

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I think it will be better to contact a local photographer in Loutraki.
I usually stay in the Club hotel casino there at least 3-4 days but not this year, we can't travel o/s. If I had a house there I would be going at least every couple years.

 
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ellinasgolfer0320

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I would, but I just left my home in Athens to go to my village in Northern Greece. Maybe you could reach out to a local photographer as someone else suggested?
 
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dubai_suzie

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Hmmm yes, maybe contacting a local photographer would be a bit more trustworthy, although expensive. Or maybe someone from the city/town?
 

Frog

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Hi Jerry s, it worked, I got my pictures. Thx for the link.
 
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Jerry s

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Hi Jerry s, it worked, I got my pictures. Thx for the link.
Great, I'm glad I was able to help.
Hopefully you can visit soon.
 
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Vangelis

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You need to be careful. I believe that Greece has adverse possession laws. If someone else is living in your place for a period of time, they can claim it as theirs. Better check with your Greek lawyers.
 
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francescool

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You need to be careful. I believe that Greece has adverse possession laws. If someone else is living in your place for a period of time, they can claim it as theirs. Better check with your Greek lawyers.
Ive heard of this happening too....these laws can change as well so its hard to stay up to date when you're living abroad. This is something that I struggle with the most
 

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