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How much does a prefab house cost?

Duna Model / Atlántida Homes
Prefabricated homes, factory-built houses, modular homes… the vocabulary surrounding this type of construction is very broad and increasing all the time due to the ever greater role they are playing in the real estate market.

Settling in to Spanish culture and lifestyle

Andalusia is the dream destination for many expats looking to settle in Spain
To help expats understand and integrate into Spain’s rich culture, we explore the country’s customs and traditions, lifestyle and language - and pass on some helpful cultural dos and don'ts.

House of the week - 7th December 2018

Buy a luxury house on the Costa del Sol
If you’re looking for a luxury property in Spain, you can't do better than this house for sale in Sierra Blanca, Nagüeles on Marbella’s Golden Mile. This luxury home is located in one of the quietest and most prestigious areas of Marbella, on the Costa del Sol.

Work contracts in Spain

Work contracts in Spain: types, clauses and conditions / Gtres
Moving to Spain, getting an apartment, finding a job… it can all be very exhausting. When you finally get a job, you’d like to just sign the work contract without giving it a second thought. However, it’s very important to understand the basics of Spanish employment contracts before signing one.

The Dance of the ‘Seises’ in Seville, Spain

Seville cathedral is the site for the Baile de los Seises / Gtres
The Dance of the ‘Seises’ in Seville, Spain When: Immaculate Conception on 8th December 2018, during Carnival in February/March 2019, Corpus Christi in June 2019 Where: Seville, Spain Website: sevillanísimo. es

House of the week - 30th November 2018

The floor to ceiling windows are the highlight of this house
If you've always wanted to live by the sea, with a view of the ocean when you wake up and when you go to bed, now is your chance with this fantastic villa in Port Adriano on the island of Mallorca.

Creating a kids’ playroom in a small space

Maximise your living space and make a play area for the kids / Pixabay
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a room in your house just for the little ones to play? Or even better, if your home were big enough to have that kind of space. But reality bites and often makes things like a kids’ playroom unviable in an average-sized flats of 60-70 m2, or 650-750 sq ft.

8 roommate issues that can come up in a flat share

There are good things and bad things about living with other people / Gtres
More and more people are choosing to share an apartment, not just students, as a more economical way to live. This means paying a reduced amount of rent for a room and cohabitating with other people, which can sometimes be problematic.

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