The Spanish real estate market has suffered damages due to political instability and the new mortgage law and symptoms of exhaustion are predicted, according to an analysis carried out by Deplace....continue reading "Political prejudices and symptoms of exhaustion in the Spanish real estate market"
Costa Cálida continues to gain positions as one of the great destinations to enjoy the Mediterranean climate and Spanish cuisine. The Real Estate Registry Statistics of the Association of Property Registrars places Murcia as the fourth most demanded community by foreigners to buy a home in the first quarter of 2019....continue reading "Costa Cálida: The area preferred by foreigners to buy a property"
The sale of homes in Spain fell almost 19% last June, according to those of the Council of Notaries. The causes of the growing current fear of investing in housing, according to some experts, lie in the lack of government and the entry into force of the current mortgage law. Therefore, it is worth asking what factors will mark the Spanish real estate market in the remainder of 2019.
The Spanish economy is expected to grow 2.3% at the end of this year, according to the forecasts already managed by the Government and to which the International Monetary Fund (IMF) itself points. Therefore, both investors and individuals can face these last months as a good time to consider buying a property. What to expect in recent months?...continue reading "What to expect from the real estate market in Spain during the next months of 2019?"
Sun, sand and water sports await you on the Mediterranean beaches of the Costa Brava. With incomparable views and the relaxing tranquillity of the breaking waves, an apartment or house on the seafront offers a unique lifestyle.
Little has to envy the coast of Girona to the most exclusive places on the planet. A selection of nine authentic luxury houses on the Costa Brava is the best proof of that. Luxury homes where they exceed 15,000 euros per square meter and the limit reaches to infinity....continue reading "9 luxury houses on the Costa Brava"
The House of the Week brings us this time a new proposal in the middle of nature, surrounded by charm in a typical Andalusian farmhouse in the beautiful white town of Cómpeta (Málaga) between the Almijara mountain range and the Mediterranean Sea of the Coast of the Eastern Sun. This beautiful farmhouse is ideal for those who love the typical Andalusian style farmhouse, want to enjoy nature, peace and a beautiful view of the sea and also love decorative styles. This renovated and south-facing country house is ready to move and is just a few minutes drive from the town of Cómpeta....continue reading "Nature and fusion of styles in an Andalusian farmhouse in Cómpeta (Málaga)"