Spanish taxes have caught many of you by surprise… We started in 2016 with a surprise: the Community of Madrid and Andalusia wanted to recovered the ITP from the rent, a Spanish tax that had never been charged despite having been contemplated in the law since 1993. We later learned that the Treasury would begin… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Costa del Sol Property
Based on the UN’s sustainable development goals as guideposts, Spain rated number 7 worldwide top 30 country’s list.
Due to the recent results from the Brexit, people are searching for emigration information, meanwhile on Twitter nearly every trending topic is related to Brexit The fallout from the UK’s vote to leave the European Union has been thrown into sharp relief by a surge in Google searches about emigration and dual nationality.
Spain Property Investment Captured 2,400 Million. The arrival of 2016 aroused some concern in the real estate sector. After living a record investment over the past year and a battery of domestic and international uncertainties on the table, many voices pointed to a possible loss of interest in the Spanish brick investment.
Spanish Property will increase 6% in two years. Spain and Ireland, two of the European countries that suffered most from the bursting of the housing bubble, again see Brick raise prices in the coming years. This is indicated by winter forecasts of the European Commission, which expects a rise in real estate prices of 6.5% until… Read more »
2015 was the best year ever on the Costa del Sol tourism, and the destination can take the credit for a large proportion of the 11.5 billion euros the tourist industry contributed to the province.
Housing transactions registered in the College of Property Registrars rose 16.6% in the third quarter up to 92,786 operations. In the last year 348,388 homes were sold. The price rose 6.6% year between July and September. The resale housing has been, again, has pulled the purchases (74,769) in the third quarter, with a quarterly rise of… Read more »
The SAREB (also known as the bad bank) has launched a new campaign to sell 3,400 Spanish Bank Repossessions including houses, storage rooms and parking spaces, with discounts up to 60%. Half of the offer is located in Valencia, Andalusia and Catalonia and will be marketed through different online sites.
Although the latest house price index (relating to the third quarter of 2015) still brand light-year falls, certain Spanish cities seem to have turned the ground reached after years of decline and are starting their way towards the normalization of prices, according to a study published by a major Spanish property portal. Barcelona is the city… Read more »
The average price of second hand housing in Spain in July stood at € 1,643 / m2 and registered a monthly increase of 0.5%, according to Rightmove. As for the quarterly change in July, housing prices increased by 0.4% compared to March 2015.