The process of buying a house in any country can be complicated and confusing. When you are purchasing a property abroad, it’s even more so. How long will it take? Who should be involved? What can you do to ensure that you buy safely?
There have been mistakes made in the past and there have been some high profile bad experiences. However, buying a house in Spain is straight forward if you take one step at a time with the right conveyancing experts.
Here we outline the steps to buying a house in Spain: ...continue reading "Steps to buying a house in Spain"
If you always made aware of any laws and regulations that can affect them as property owners or buyers. Keep in mind the new regulations regarding properties used as holiday rentals in Andalucía. What does all of this mean for property owners? ...continue reading "Everything you need to know about Andalucia’s new tourist rentals"
The granting of residence permits for foreigners outside the European Union has meant 67.6% more than in 2016. In total, at the end of 2017, 41,094 foreign citizens who have acquired the permit through the denominated "Golden Visa", namely that, investing in Spanish housing. ...continue reading "Russians and Chinese lead the purchase of houses in Spain to obtain the residence permit"
With rents rising astronomically across Spain, buying a property with the intention of renting it out is increasingly appealing for many expatriates. ...continue reading "Spanish Property: To lease or not to lease"
The construction sector on the Costa del Sol is showing clear signs of revival, with more projects approved and a 13 per cent rise in ...continue reading "Real estate sales in the Costa del Sol at their highest since 2008"