This blog explains what happens if people living abroad pass away and how the people left behind will deal with this process. Read more.
Everyone is wondering how the coronavirus will affect the Spanish real estate market. Read more about the COVID-19 effects and future of the property market.
Imagine the white sandy beaches, blissful-blue coastline. If fun-in-the-sun is your penchant, read on to learn why Costa Blanca is Spain’s best-kept secret.
The region known as “windy coast” for years is today known as “Costa del Sol” - the coast of the sun. Learn more about the Costa del Sol.
Here you will find details and answers to your questions about Capital Gains Tax and Plusvalia Tax in Spain. Read more.
Foreigners who want to buy property in Spain increase throughout the years to benefit what it offers and this increase affects property index and economy.
The right lawyer and real estate agent can make the your world of difference and streamline your entire experience when buying a property in Spain.
The short answer: Yes. We wrote situations of British nationals after brexit and Spanish citizens who are resident in the UK. Learn more.
Compared to other European cities, Spain’s property prices and high rental yields make it one of the preferred locations for returns on property investment.
Spain is famous for its Mediterranean weather, low costs of living and laid-back lifestyle. Expatriate population account for more than 12% of the population.
We examined the regional breakdown of the average price of a houses in Spain and European Union per square metre. Learn more.
What visa options are available to make the Spanish dream a reality? You’ve come to the right place. Here you will find brief information about visa options.
There are many ways to measure “richest city”. We examined Spain’s richest cities measured by average income earnings and purchasing power parity.
As they say, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, we’ve complied a list of Spain’s most visited cities, their charm, and why you should visit.
According to Instituto Nacional de Estadistica, Spain property market at peak and the continued increase of home sales is driven by foreign investor appetite.
Brexit which means "British exit" in short is the withdrawal of the UK from the European Union. Read how Brexit affects the property market in Spain.
If you like year-round sunshine - blue skies, sandy beaches and one of Europe’s lowest costs of living; then yes, buying property in Spain is a good idea.
Spain is developed country in terms of transportation. There are many ways to travel here. Read our article that will help you when traveling in Spain.
Healthcare system in Spain is one of the bests across Europe. This article contains a lot of information about the healthcare system and hospitals in Spain.
Education in Spain is compulsory for all children from 6 to 16. This article contains a lot of information about Spanish school system.
A property may be seen at different prices on different real estate websites. You may be confused about the prices because of the lack of “Clean Advertisement”