When investigating the market, it doesn't take a long time to realise that not everyone is familiar with property-related terminology. For your convenience, below we have listed and provided explanations for the most important ones. Still, if something is not clear do not hesitate to contact us.
An architectural plan showing the placement, layout, and orientation of all the properties in a project.
An architectural plan showing the horizontal layout of a property.
An architectural plan showing the vertical layout of a property.
An indication of a completed property and/or project.
Apartments usually begin on the first floor thus providing an area of shade beneath for parking. A villa may have a carport (with tiled roof) or pergola style cover: these have to be agreed in the initial plans.
A property built to your own specifications either from scratch or modifying one of our own designs with the guidance of our Construction Manager.
Generally a property offered for sale by the first or subsequent owner. Occasionally a property may be offered which is partially completed.
A list of items sold with the property (furniture and or white goods).
All Kleanthis Savva Developers properties are sold freehold meaning the owner has unconditional rights allowing the legal owner to have access to mortgages or granting of a lease.
Documents issued from the Land Registry that declares your legal ownership of the property.
A description of technical features and finishes. These may also include communal areas. Specifications form part of the Contract of Sale.
Build Density Factor
This is a Town Planning Regulation specifying % of square metres a property may occupy on a given plot of land.
Covered Area Factor
This is a Town Planning Regulation specifying maximum % of covered building on a plot of land.
Actual space in square metres for each property.