Buying a home is one of the most significant investments we face in life, and even more when the preferences are large cities or tourist areas. And, although it may be complicated, it is possible to find homes for 200,000 euros....continue reading "What Homes Can You Afford in Spain with a Budget of € 200,000 Depending on the City?"
Negotiating the selling price of a home is always a complex process with pros and cons for either party. Usually, we think the seller has a better position; however, that's not always the case. The buyer can get a good deal if he knows how to play his cards....continue reading "What to Consider When Negotiating the Price of a Home in Spain"
Selling and buying a home at the same time requires good planning and some extra effort. However, there are advantages too, like saving time and better terms to facing the payment of the new home.
Being patient is essential to approach this type of situation. We also recommend not rushing into decisions and following some steps that will guide the way.
Buying a home is a very personal decision. It is influenced by many factors, from the needs at a particular time to the financial or work situation. The evolution of the real estate market and interest rates are also factors that must get considered, although it is sometimes difficult to foresee the future.
If you have considered buying a house in Spain, the last quarter of the year would be the best timing, precisely because of the previous aspects and some others that we explain below.
Buying a property on the Costa del Sol is not an unattainable dream. Although it may surprise you, you can find properties for less than 100,000 euros.
If you are a home hunter and are looking to buy a residence on the Costa del Sol, have in mind these two issues: the Costa del Sol is one of the areas of Spain with a more vibrant real estate market and, in recent months, there has been a reactivation of the new construction.