The current entry requirements for Spain state that travellers must be fully vaccinated, with their second dose having been administered at least 14 days before arriving in Spain. This includes children aged 12 and over.
Life in Spain is (almost!) back to normal. The property market has also started to recover, with home sales up 25% this summer, compared to the same time in 2019. But as we near the two-year mark since the start of the pandemic, some Spanish properties are still sat empty, with many receiving little to no maintenance throughout this period.
If you’ve already bought an off-plan property and it’s not quite what you expected, or you’re thinking of buying one but have some worries, help is at hand. The Spanish authorities have learnt from the mistakes of years ago and have strict legal protections for buyers these days. Specialist lawyer JLCA & AS Lawyers explain how to protect yourself now and get redress for past problems.
The Spanish housing market appears to be recovering from the pandemic. According to the National Institute of Statistics (INE), home sales in August reached their highest level since Spain’s 2007 ‘housing market boom’. And, despite the impact of Brexit and the introduction of the new 90-day rule, the British are still the largest foreign group buying Spanish property.
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