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To maximize its appeal to potential buyers, consider the following:

   – Desclutter and clean the property thoroughly.

   – Make necessary repairs and improvements.

   – Stage the property to showcase its best features.

   – Take high-quality photographs for online listings.

   – Highlight any unique selling points, such as location or amenities.

Factors to consider include the property’s location, size, condition, market demand, and recent sales of comparable properties. It’s recommended to consult with a real estate agent or appraiser who has expertise in the local market to assess the property’s value accurately.

Generally, non-Cypriot EU citizens and citizens of countries with reciprocal agreements have the right to own property in Cyprus without restrictions. Non-EU citizens can also acquire property, subject to certain limitations and conditions. It’s important to seek legal advice to understand the specific regulations and requirements.

Property taxes in Cyprus include transfer fees, annual immovable property tax, and stamp duty. The rates and exemptions may vary, so it’s advisable to consult with a tax professional to understand the applicable taxes and any recent changes to the tax laws.

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