The issue of the ENFIA real estate tax and real estate values for tax purposes will be high on the agenda for the government’s talks with creditors, as part of the fourth and last bailout evaluation.

The government has already prepared the register of property values nationwide, and it remains to be seen what creditors’ reactions may be if it proposes, as rampant reports suggest it may, eliminating the ENFIA tax for properties valued under 100,000 euros, and raising it for those whose aggregate property holdings have a tax value of over 200,000 or 300,000 euros.

What is certain that the target of 2.65 bn euros in revenues from the ENFIA real estate tax this year cannot be lowered.

The representatives of the creditors will reurn to Athens next week.