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In this post I offer three pieces of advice that any first time home buyer in Spain should definitely take on board, regardless of whether they are already on the property ladder elsewhere in the world.
Here at VIVA, we often get asked when the best time to sell a home is on the Costa del Sol. Understandably, vendors want to increase their chances of selling their property whilst also achieving as high a price as they can. They also want to make sure their house does not sit on the market for months and months without receiving any interest, especially if they’re in the housing chain and have somewhere to move to.
For those of you who have visited southern Spain, which I imagine is the case for the majority of the readers of this blog, you’ll know that the heat in summer is a great asset. In fact, its famed climate means that it is beach and bathing weather for large parts of the year.
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?”.