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Property news from the blog
In today’s post I look at the age-old conundrum facing thousands of property buyers every year, which is whether to buy a flat or a house with the money you’ve saved up and/or the mortgage capital you’ve had approved.
Today I discuss 5 tips to add value to your home, including a breakdown of what these might entail and how to avoid some of the pitfalls associated with the pursuit of adding value.
Today’s blog focuses on the real estate purchase process and answers the question that many first-time buyers on the Iberian peninsula may have, which is: “what do you need to do to buy a property in Spain?”.
If you own a home in southern Spain and you’re looking to upscale, downsize or free yourself of your real estate asset, you may be asking yourself what steps you need to take to sell your Costa del Sol property.
Tinsa’s monthly IMIE report, which charts the behaviour of Spanish property prices and compares them to the same month the previous year, was published today (Monday) in respect of March 2019. And the news is that prices are continuing to rise, albeit at a similar, moderate rate as they did in February.
We already know that 2018 was a breakthrough year for the real estate market in terms of overall Spanish property sales and overseas home buyers, and recently-published data by the Spanish Registrars Association confirms these facts as well as offering further insights.