One in four construction companies in Spain has had to stop or delay the execution of some of its works, as a result of the sharp increase in the price of raw materials needed for construction over the last year.
Building your own home is likely the cheapest option in Spain, saving you hundreds of thousands of euros, if not more. Many owners resort to it. They buy an empty plot of land and hire professionals do build them their dream home.
The spectacular Intempo building in Benidorm, the tallest residential construction in Europe, has already sold half of its 256 homes for sale, including the 2 most expensive flats, costing 2 million euros each.
Prefabricated houses have become one of the most attractive options in the residential sector in Spain. Their fast construction, design and price are just some of the advantages that make them so popular. But what do you need to build a prefabricated house in Spain?
Residential projects in Benidorm continue to progress and there are currently a multitude of newly built high-rise properties for sale at prices to suit all budgets: there are cheap properties for sale in Benidorm from 87,000 euros and also super-luxury units, with prices well in excess of 1 million
Building a custom-built house is a dream that many people who have a plot of land. But when it comes to making the project a reality, there are many issues to take into account. We have all the details of everything you need to know about building your own home in Spain and how much it costs.
Have you ever dreamed of living in a skyscraper? Intempo Benidorm is counting down the days to completion. The tallest residential skyscraper Europe will be finished this July, 14 years after construction began.
You have a plot of land and you want to use it to build a house: but which is better, a prefabricated house or a traditional construction? This is a question that more and more people are asking themselves in Spain, and not only when it comes to second homes, but for main residences.
Industrialisation and prefabricated housing is becoming an increasingly popular option in Spain due to its features and economic price. The short building time is also among the factores that have triggered the demand por prefab homes during the coronavirus crisis.
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 across the world. This type of property is also increasingly popular in Spa
New constructions were one of the biggest surprises in Spain in 2020. Although the arrival of COVID-19 slowed down property sales in Spain and filled the real estate market with uncertainty, new builds were somewhat of an exception and managed to end the year of the pandemic with sustainable demand,
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.