When it comes to buying yourself a home, the choice of whether to buy new or used is an important one. Of course, there are advantages and disadvantages to both, but here are some things you ought to take into account.
The growing arrival of ex-pats in Spain benefits not only the tourism sector, but also boosts the property market. In 2017, foreigners bought more than 61,000 houses, largely in the coastal provinces and the islands.
If you’re a tenant who has a contract to rent a property, or you’re going to have one soon, or you’re a landlord who has to draw one up, it’s important that it has at the bare minimum the landlord’s and the tenant’s information and any other specific terms and conditions.
The number of ex-pats buying properties in Spain has shot up in recent years and businesses catering to their needs have recovered well from the crisis that hit the rest of the real estate business in 2008.
When house hunting, you’ll have noticed that a distinction is often drawn between run-of-the-mill properties and so-called ‘luxury’ properties but what’s the difference? What makes a luxury property so luxurious?
Millions of students have passed through the Erasmus programme and agreed it’s been one of the best experiences of their lives, but how do you make that all-important decision? Here’s some things to keep in mind…
Ten of the twenty most requested universities in the Erasmus programme are in Spain, and it’s the country that receives more foreign students than any other. The reasons are obvious – Spain is different – but where exactly in Spain is right for you? Here’s our pick of the best: