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on 7 Mar 2015
I would like to buy property in Greece to live 6 months out of the year. How does a loan work if you live in the U.S.? Or do they want all cash? I haven't read much about it. I am half Greek and plan on getting dual citizenship eventually if that helps. Thanks for any info.
e4f on 8 Sep 2015 - 13:45
If you looking for a money transfer provider, you should look at Echange4free. Just a thought!

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