For people who have a second home in Spain, it’s often necessary to send money there to pay bills, taxes and other living expenses that come with being an expat, but you don’t want the banks and money transfer companies to take advantage of you with inflated exchange rates and fees.
Whether you’re moving to Spain and looking to buy or rent property, or you wish to sell your house in Spain, the process can be stressful and exhausting, especially if you don’t know the language very well and all the legal jargon that surrounds the real estate industry.
The north of Spain, as well as having much cooler, manageable temperatures in summer, has some of the most beautiful sandy beaches in the country. Come and see for yourself – here are 4 spectacular beaches to help you discover and enjoy the north of Spain!
The rise in the cost of renting in Spain is worrying not only politicians, but also the private sector. Faced with a lack of supply in some Spanish cities and an increase in demand, rental prices have risen faster than wages.
A duplex apartment, or a maisonette, is a very special type of property: a two-storey flat with an internal staircase to connect the two floors. Buying one of these duplex flats lets you live as if you were in a house in the suburbs but with all the convenience of being in a city-centre apartment.
The Canary Islands are one of the favourite places for expats to buy property in Spain. From the great weather on the hottest Canary Islands of Tenerife and Gran Canaria to the excellent family beaches on Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, there’s no end of reasons to live in the Canaries.
This house of the week is an expensive, fully refurbished, detached country house in Albacete, Spain, finished and decorated with earthy, brown tones that blend seamlessly into the surrounding Spanish countryside.