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Málaga Airport Had a Busy April

Málaga airport increase in passengers

The Costa del Sol continues to attract visitors from around the world, as well as from around Spain, according to airport operator AENA. In April, Málaga Costa del Sol Airport recorded 7.5% more flights and 7.6% more passengers than in the same month of 2018. Specifically, 1,827,586 travellers moved on 13,236 flights. The vast majority Continue Reading

Pace Slowing but Spanish Property is Still Selling

Pace Slowing Still Property Sales

Statistics recently released indicate that in Spain the number of properties sold in January compared to last year only rose by a small amount. Indications from the Spanish Land Registrar show 42,850 properties were sold in the January this year, which is only marginally more than the 42,745 sold in January 2018. The smaller property Continue Reading

Quarter of Visitors to Andalucia Came From the UK

Quarter of Visitors to Andalucia From UK

Spain has had a good start to the year in terms of tourism. Over 4 million international visitors came here in February, an increase of 3.8% over the same month last year. The UK was, as always, the main source of the visitors with 883,757 Brits making their way here. This represents 20.2% of the Continue Reading

Spanish Property Maintains Foreign Interest

Brits made up 14.75% of foreign sales

International buyers continue to see Spain as a safe place for their investments. According to an analysis of the data of the latest Yearbook of the College of Registrars of Spain conducted by Sonneil, 2018 saw record sales of homes to foreign buyers with a total of 65,295 operations. This is 11% more than in Continue Reading

Sales to foreign buyers continue to grow

Foreign buyers account for 18.7% of property sales

The number of sales of property to foreign buyers continued to grow in the first half of 2018, although the trend of double-digit growth has ended. Sales of Spanish properties to foreign buyers amounted to 53,359 transactions in the first six months of the year, representing an annual increase of 5.6%. These sales accounted for Continue Reading

Brexit willl have “no affect” on Brits living in Spain

Borrell said "Brexit will not affect" Brits in Spain

With the Brexit negotiations continuing into their third year it is no surprise that expats in Spain are concerned about what any final deal will mean for their rights here in Spain. But despite little attention from the British Government, a ray of light seems to have been thrown on the subject from a rather Continue Reading

Brexit Fear Abating Amongst British Buyers

Still a large expat communityin Spain

Spain is still the preferred destination for British people looking to purchase a home abroad, according to idealista. After the uncertainty of Brexit took its initial toll on sales across the country, it seems the fear is abating amongst potential British buyers. Property developer Taylor Wimpey say reservations on the Costa del Sol, up to Continue Reading

Andalucía Expects 30 million Tourists in 2018

Susana Díaz at Fitur, 2018

President of the Junta de Andalucia, Susana Díaz, opened the Andalucía section of the Fitur international tourism fair by announcing the regions greatest tourism results. As mentioned in a previous article, 2017 saw the region’s best year in terms of tourist numbers. Although no official figure has been released, it seems likely that the total Continue Reading

Record Sales to Foreigners in 2017

Foreigners bought 13.2% of property sold in 2016

In 2016 the number of properties purchased by foreign citizens reached 13.2% of the total units sold in Spain; record sales, and the highest figure from the last decade. However, the current data suggests 2017 will surpass those record sales, by a substantial margin, according to the latest Residential Market Report prepared by investment management Continue Reading

Marbella Property Market Looking Strong

Frontline Golden Mile is seeing huge demand

Since the recovery of the Marbella property market began to show in 2013 the preference has been for new homes with the latest designs, facilities and features. The market for resale property also recovered but lagged behind the demand for new property. The demand for older properties with “potential” in prime locations is also recovering Continue Reading