Property for sale in Spain
Real estate investment is beginning to revive in Europe, with a promising outlook for those wishing to invest in property in Spain's capital, Madrid.
Spending more time at home, forced by the COVID-19 pandemic, has opened the eyes of many residents in Spain who consequently want to improve the health, comfort and safety of their homes.
House hunting in Spain isn't an easy task and getting the best possible price when buying your dream home can be difficult. However, there are many real bargains to be found, although they don't tend to be on the market for long.
If you're planning to move to Spain with kids, then finding the best school will be an important factor in settling into a new life abroad. For a family in the process of searching for a home, to buy or to rent, one of the most relevant and even determining factors is the proximity to schools.
The Spanish real estate market is currently showing divided forecasts between those who are optimistic and those who are not after the COVID-19 health crisis.
Searching for the perfect home in Spain can be challenging and takes time. However, there are many ways to speed up the process and get a bargain. One of these ways is taking advantage of a seller in a rush to sell their property.
The real estate market ensures that foreign investors are continuing to keep Spain within their sight.
The coronavirus crisis has changed the preferences of many Spaniards and expats living in Spain: some are now choosing to look for a house on the outskirts of big cities, while others are heading to the countryside to have more space and breathe the fresh air.
Buying a flat with a swimming pool is an attractive option for anyone moving to Spain, espcially for the hot summers or if you have kids. However, having a place to cool off on your doorstep if you buy a flat in Spain is, on average, 46.2% more expensive than buying a flat without a pool.
In the midst of summer, imagine being able to work in the city and enjoy life by the beach without having to go on holiday. There are many areas of Spain, such as Cadiz, Murcia, Alicante and Gijón to name a few, where this life by the sea with work a short commute away is a great option.
The most exclusive municipality in Spain in 2020 is in fact an island.
The property market in Spain is attracting more and more foreign buyers, even despite the COVID-19 health emergency across Europe and the world.