Greek property developers are struggling to keep up with demand as Greece’s economy slows and the country tries to find ways to pay back debts to international lenders.

Many of Greece’s properties are now being rented out as condominiums or apartments in cities that have been struggling to meet the needs of a growing population.

It’s a trend that’s already causing problems for the country’s biggest property developers, which have already lost millions in the past few years.

But it’s not just the Greek population that’s looking for a cheaper place to live.

In a country where most people can’t afford a home, many of them are finding ways to make ends meet.

In many cases, the apartment rental agreement that was negotiated between the landlord and tenant is being used as a way to keep their costs low.

In the case of Apartment 2, a 2-bedroom apartment in Athens, one of the most popular options is a condominium.

It includes a gym, a kitchenette, and a living room.

The apartment also includes a shared bathroom, a swimming pool, and an outdoor terrace.

But for some people, it’s a way out.

In the city of Antakya, a group of young people decided to take advantage of a government policy that allowed them to rent out their apartments for as little as 100 euros ($130) a month.

They signed a rental agreement with a developer and were given an apartment with a view of the city center.

The developer is a small company called DAS.

But in an interview with Al Jazeera, one DAS employee said that the company has been “trying to squeeze out” tenants, including a woman who was working at the airport.

“We had to give her the apartment as an incentive to get out of work,” the employee said.

“It’s a situation where a young woman is getting ready to leave for a job she didn’t want, and the rent she was given is not sufficient.”

The employee said the apartments in Athens have been rented out for about six months now, and some people have had to pay rent for months.

One young man told Al Jazeera that he was surprised that he had been able to rent an apartment.

“I was very upset when I read the news about what happened to the people who died, and I thought I should just leave and get a job,” he said.

“But they were living in my apartment, I knew them, they had the right to stay.”

Another woman who rented an apartment in Antakrya told Al Sharq that she was “totally overwhelmed” by the situation.

“They say they are providing housing for the poor, but when I went into the building, the only apartments were for the rich, and we had no money for anything,” she said.

Some people said they were struggling to find places to live because they are working long hours and have no money to support themselves.

“There is a shortage of housing and housing prices have been going down, so there are no jobs,” said a worker at a construction site in Antakya.

“I have no income to pay for the rent and there is no job.”

Another young woman who has been renting her apartment in an industrial area in Athens told Al Arabiya News that she had no choice but to leave the apartment she was renting because she had to go to work.

“After about two months I was in such a situation that I had to leave,” she told Al Sabah.

“But now, I’m very happy with my new place, and am very happy that I can stay here.”

But other people say that they are being exploited.

“A couple of years ago, I was told by a builder that he would help me find an apartment for less than 1,000 euros, and he said, ‘If you have no problems with rent, we can get you a room and then you can live with your friends’,” said a man living in a small apartment in a city in the Aegean Sea.

“He told me that he wanted to give me an apartment of 2,000 euro and I agreed, and now we are in an apartment that has 4,000.”

But while the situation is bad, the problem is not over.

In January, an employee at the construction site told Al Masry television that they had to rent apartments for about 3,000 Euro ($4,600) a week.

“You cannot live on 3,600 euros a month,” he told the channel.

“This situation will only get worse.”