Spanish property market news

Keep up with the latest Spanish property market news here at Property Guides. We cover all the updates that matter if you’re looking to buy property in Spain, including legislation, market forecasts, and housing developments. You’ll also find handy tips and insights to help you on your buying journey. Read the latest Spanish property news below.

Who is buying in Spain in 2019?

Who is buying in Spain in 2019?

This year’s annual Spain Property Guides survey received our biggest response ever, with over 1,500 people answering the call. You’ve told us what you’re looking for, where in Spain, and why. You said what might be holding you back too.
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Do you need a building survey in Spain?

For anyone buying a home in Spain, a property survey is a must. It means you can plan wisely and surprises won’t crop up just when you don’t want them. But what can you expect from a survey, and how do you choose a surveyor? We spoke to Campbell Ferguson, founder of Survey Spain and RICS Spain’s first Vice-President, to find out.
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Property and lifestyle news from Spain

If you were still in any doubt that Spain has recovered from the financial crisis of a decade ago, you won’t have by the end of this article! The news on the property market  and the way of life in Spain is all good. Young Spaniards are returning home, while the country is welcoming more internationals residents each year. Not only that, it’s making them welcome too.
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‘New golden mile’ attracts buyers to Costa del Sol

Property prices are stable, demand is up, new developments are underway, and we’re ready for fiesta season as El Escudo kicks off in Cieza. Oh, and Spain officially has the most ‘Blue Flag’ beaches in the world. What a difference to the Brexit cloud hanging over the UK! Find out what’s been happening this week on the Spanish costas.
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Buying property in Madrid

Madrid’s global influence for art and culture continues to grow. Financially, it is 14th in the Global Cities Index, scoring highly for business and communications. Now, that would be merely interesting, rather than tempting for buyers, were it not that Madrid is wonderful place to live, work and invest too. Let’s take a look around.
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Green routes to your home in Spain

Not everyone wants to fly to Spain. Whether due to a fear of flying, a love of “slow travel” or worries about their carbon footprint, some people prefer to take a more leisurely route to Spain. The good news is that Spain is easy to reach by ferry, train or (electric) car. This week we investigate green travel to Spain
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Why I’m relaxed about Brexit!

With Brexit on the horizon, what’s the mood among homeowners in Spain? Our roving Editor-at-Large Richard Way, a homeowner on the Costa Brava himself, was on the front line last week and found that the joys of life in Spain are unaffected. 
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Ten great reasons to move to Mallorca

Thinking about a move to Mallorca? Spain is awash with amazing costas and sundrenched islands, but for many of us Mallorca shines the brightest of all. What’s so special about it? Where do you start! Here are ten great reasons to move to, or buy a holiday home in, Mallorca.
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Bling or budget: property on the north Costa Blanca

What does your perfect Spanish home look like? A cosy apartment in a traditional pueblo blanco? Or a luxury seafront villa with panoramic views and the very latest mod cons? No matter what you’re after, you’ll find it on the sunny Costa Blanca! This week, I’m off in search of this beautiful coast’s ‘bling’ and ‘budget’ hotspots.
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6 pieces of good news from Spain

Spring has arrived in Spain with dawn to dusk sunshine and temperatures in the mid-20s. The almond is in bloom and the British residents over there (if no-one else) are debating whether it’s warm enough to leap into the sea. This week also brings good news on health and wealth. Spain has a few political issues to sort out though, with a General Election called for Easter Sunday.
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