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.
Fears that a no-deal Brexit might cause delays at the border and airports seem to have dampened demand for foreign holidays this spring and early summer. Airlines and travel companies have slashed prices on their package deals, while local hoteliers are more than willing to bargain. Sounds like a great opportunity for that viewing trip!
As they say in Europe these days, you can’t have your cake and eat it. Or can you? Buy a home in Spain and your money will be safe in bricks and mortar earning you capital growth or rental while you’re enjoying “free” holidays. Here are a few more ways your Spanish home will be paying for itself while you’re enjoying it.
If you want to retain your European Union rights, you need to be a legal resident of an EU nation *before* the UK leaves. With the clock ticking down to March 2019, we know that many of our readers are feeling a little panicky. Don’t panic, act! Follow our checklist to beat the Brexit deadline and you’ll be ready well in time.
New shops, new residential developments and yet more Blue Flag beaches will further boost the Costa del Sol’s enduring popularity over the coming months. Even Liverpool F.C. can’t get enough of the region.