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Category Archives: Holiday homes

Buying a New Property or a Resale Property

The Costa del Sol offers a wide range of properties to suit all tastes

Planning to buy a property on the Costa del Sol? Choosing between a resale property and a new one is a crucial decision. Below, we’ll explore the pros and cons of each option to help you make an informed choice that suits your preferences and needs. Resale Properties Pros: Established Locations: Resale properties on the Continue Reading

Spain Tops List of Countries For Expat Retirees

46% of over 50s considering Spain for retirement

Spain has once again been named as the best destination to retire for Brits over 50, the 10th consecutive year. A new survey by Canada Life shows that despite Brexit and the pandemic almost half of those polled said they were considering moving to sunny Spain for their retirement. For the first time, Portugal has Continue Reading

Nearly 10 Million Tourists Hit Spain in July

Nearly 10 Million Tourists Hit Spain in July

In July, Spain received a massive 9.9 million international tourists. Although that sounds like a lot, it is actually a 1.3% drop compared to July last year. The UK remained as the main source of visitors, with almost 2.2 million Brits heading to Spain for their summer break. Brits represent 21.9% of the total, although Continue Reading

Tourist Property is Cheaper This Year

Tourist Property is Cheaper This Year

Tourist property is getting cheaper, according to a study of occupancy and prices carried out by Rentalia. The average price being advertised for a tourist property less than 15km from a Spanish beach in August is only 29.6 euros per person per night. This represents a 5% drop when compared to the same month in Continue Reading

Andalucía Most Popular for Holiday Homes

26% of Spain's holiday homes are in Andalucia

81% of owners of a home in Spain say they would not put their homes into the holiday rental market, while only 16% said they would consider it. The other 3% say they already have their property available for short-term rentals, according to a report from fotocasa. These numbers are very similar to 2018, meaning Continue Reading