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Espectacular chalet adosado en Fuengirola altas calidades terrazas y jardin - Spectacular semi-detached home in Fuengirola: top-of-the-line quality, terraces, and a garden

As the model home of a exclusive 47-residence development, each with 144 built square meters, this week we bring you this fabulous semi-detached house in Fuengirola with a spectacular partially-covered terrace and private garden. From the home, you’re not only a three-minute walk away from strolling along the endless beaches of the Costa del Sol, you can also take in magnificent sea views from your own terrace.

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Compras o vendes Factores que influyen en el precio de venta de una casa - Buying or Selling? Factors that influence a Home's Sale Price

One of the key points in real estate buying and selling processes is determining a house's sale price. Starting from an unrealistic price, whether on the part of the seller or the buyer, can entail financial losses or make it impossible to complete the process in an acceptable amount of time. Therefore, an appropriate valuation is necessary.

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The property market in Marbella is recovering and the town is now showing signs of being a leader in this sector. This emblematic town on the Costa del Sol ended last year with a total of 3,115 property sales , a figure which is similar to that of 2007, before the bubble burst. In terms of total figures, Marbella is now in a similar position to Malaga city, where the recovery in the property market has failed to take off and the number of sales has fallen for three consecutive years.

development in Marbella 300x198 - Property sales increased more in Marbella last year than anywhere else in SpainThe results for property transactions last year, which have just been released by the Ministry of Development, reveal that Marbella is the Spanish town in which the number of sales has increased the most, by 23.6 per cent.

The Ministry’s statistics include all provincial capitals and towns with more than 100,000 inhabitants. Marbella has ranked higher than Parla (17.2%), Móstoles (12.7%), Guadalajara (12.5 %), Ceuta (10.3%) and Madrid (9.3 %).

In total, in the whole of Spain there were 300,349 property transactions last year, which is a drop of 17.4 per cent compared with 2012.
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