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The real problem of the promoters in Spain is not so much the impact of Brexit on the number of homes sold to British, but the change of preferences in that market. After the small slump registered in 2017, following the referendum that approved the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union, the truth is that the purchase of homes by British citizens in our country has recovered the levels in which it was in the stage prior to Brexit.

...continue reading "The British return to buy house in Spain, but second hand"

The consultant PwC and Land Urban Institute have published the report trends of the real estate market in Europe for 2019. The investors surveyed believe that 2019 will begin to have a certain slowdown in real estate investment. The Brexit is one of the main reasons.

...continue reading "Real estate trends in Europe for 2019"

The Brexit transition period agreed in March gives British expatriates and those wishing to move to Spain more time to prepare.  This was welcome news, but a small delay like this could slow people down in taking crucial actions that are fairly urgent - the clock is still ticking to get ready in time, particularly where paperwork is involved.   ...continue reading "Brexit transition and residency in Spain"

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Just over 4.5 million Britons live abroad, with approximately 1.3 million of them in Europe, according to the United Nations.

The top destinations for British expats in the European Union are Spain ...continue reading "Brexit: What does leaving the EU mean for expats?"

Spain ranks third as the preferred destination for global investors looking to relocate out of the UK and into other European countries, according to a new survey released on Tuesday by EY. The audit firm (formerly Ernst & Young) asked senior business executives representing firms with foreign investments in Europe about the impact of Brexit on their operations. And 14% of respondents said ...continue reading "Spain ranks third as Plan B for foreign investors fleeing Brexit"