The deep crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic makes forecasting the future of the real estate sector complicated. However, the least optimistic forecasts are not coming true. Housing prices have not varied much from the upward trend observed prior to the COVID-19 crisis, although they have levelled off a bit....continue reading "Housing prices are resisting the COVID-19 crisis: what are the reasons why?"
To rent or to buy a home? It’s clear to some, but others understand that each option has its advantages, which leads to doubts and indecision about whether to buy or rent. We’ll try to answer some questions you should consider....continue reading "Renting or buying a home: what’s the best option?"
Moving out of your parents’ house, transferring for work, finding a new place after a separation, or whatever the reason may be, finding a home that fits your tastes and needs isn’t always easy; especially if it’s your first time. It’s logical for you to have many questions about how to rent a flat, but everything will be much easier if you follow some basic tips....continue reading "How to rent a flat: advice for first timers"
The health crisis caused by COVID-19 has notably affected the real estate sector. Experts do not foresee consequences as dire as those caused by the 2008 financial crisis, but nevertheless there is a fair amount of uncertainty regarding the market’s evolution in the short- and medium-term....continue reading "Buying and selling property in the new normal: Is it a good idea?"
The school term is coming up and like every year, university students are in the middle of searching for a flat to share. This time, they are also facing the uncertainty of a year affected by COVID-19 and the possibility of new outbreaks. It seems that classes will be face-to-face, but the possibility that they will be given online with or without another lockdown is also a reality. Given all of this, it is necessary to prevent conflicts by including a COVID clause in student rental contracts.