Property for sale in Spain
If you are dreaming of a home in the sun by the sea, then we have just the thing for you. There is no better destination in Europe for some winter sun than Spain, as there are many parts of the country where the sun hardly ever takes a holiday.
The Spanish Christmas lottery is one of the most anticipated annual events in Spain.
If your new year plans involve moving to sunny Spain, then you still have time to get your hands on a bargain before 2020 ends.
A British property website specialising in real estate raffles is raffling off two properties in the south of the island of Tenerife for the modest price of £2.50, about 3€ if converted to euros with the current exchange rate.
After a challenging year, many people are seeking a way to escape the stress of the city. Buying a country house in rural Spain is one of the best ways to do this, meaning you'll have your very own space to disconnect and recharge surrounded by nature.
Spain attracts people from all over the world and for a range of reasons: studying, retiring in the sun or moving for work, to name a few.
Thousands of families in Spain and abroad have realised during the coronavirus crisis that their current housing does not meet their needs.
Often known for its beautiful beaches and charming coastal towns, this is by no means all Spain has to offer. Did you know that after Switzerland, Spain is the most mountainous country in Europe?
Having a house with your own swimming pool is one thing, but just imagine if you had an indoor or heated pool that you could take advantage of all year round.
If you're thinking of movin to Spain or investing in property in the country, then 2020 could be the perfect moment. Alfa Inmobiliaria experts anticipate that during the last quarter of this year, the gap between what is asked for and what is offered will be the smallest in the coming years.
Smart homes are gaining ground in the real estate market in Spain, especially due to the coronavirus lockdown where the nation was forced to spend months at home.
1. Store of value. In times of political instability, which lead to stock markets in upheaval, gold and real estate have traditionally been a safe haven where the affluent plough their money to weather off the storm.