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Category Archives: Brexit

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

Brexit? Brits Still Dominate Sales to Foreigners

Sun, sea and sand still attracting British buyers

The purchase of housing in Spain by foreigners continues to gain weight, according to data from property registrars. However, the results of the Brexit referendum appear to have reduced the number of sales to British buyers. In 2016, foreigners acquired more than 53,000 homes, representing the highest figure in the historical series (starting in 2006), Continue Reading

Goodbye 2016 – It Was Emotional

As 2016 draws to a close we can all look back and reflect on the lessons learned, the choices made and the rewards earned from a turbulent year. As well as the usual ups and downs associated with the real-estate market there have been a few surprises to contend with this year. We had to Continue Reading

Spanish Property Owners Not Worried About Brexit

Despite the concerns of the British regarding the Brexit, only three in 10 Spanish property owners believe that the UK’s departure from the EU will affect the Spanish real estate market. However, when you ask those who own properties in areas that are more popular with Britons (Catalonia, Valencia, Murcia, Andalusia, the Balearic and Canary Continue Reading