This Renting and Letting in Crete page is from the Completely Crete website.
If you have a Crete property and you want to rent it out, you need to think about whether you want short term holidaymakers occupying the property for perhaps one or two weeks at a time, or long term tenants.
For more details and information on Short Term Letting and the legal requirements you need to consider, check out our Holiday Rentals Guide
We’ve also an information page dedicated to the EOT licence - necessary for short term lets.
Take a look at the Long Term Rental option for Crete property owners too, and our FREE advertisement feature.
Buying Property to Let
If you do not currently have a Crete property for rent and are considering buying a property to rent out, see our Buy to Let Guide for advice, information and the pitfalls to avoid.
You’ll need to research What, Why and Where to buy to make most of your investment.
Look through our Crete Property Guide too, which covers all four prefectures of Chania, Rethymnon, Heraklion and Lasithi.
And don’t forget important considerations like using a Crete Lawyer to assist you through the transaction. You may need to consider using a Crete property management company, and think about arranging finance to fund your buy-to-let project.
Looking for Crete property to rent long term?
By far the very best option is to rent a Crete property for at least 12 months before taking the plunge and buying a property in Crete.
Check out our Crete Property for Rent Long Term Section for more details.
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