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Property taxes on the purchase and sale for non-resident foreigners

The purchase and sale of housing by foreigners in Spain continues to increase and since 2014 this segment of the Spanish real estate market continued to grow. However, buying a home as a foreign non-resident in Spain is not always easy. From problems in understanding Spanish legislation to issues of language, are some of the aspects that worry foreign buyers most when investing in Spanish property...

Posted on Costa del Sol Property News on 16-10-2018

Three reasons to sell your home in Estepona

As the luxury real estate market in Marbella has become marked by scarcity of available building land, buyers are beginning to look elsewhere on the Costa del Sol. This move comes just as Estepona has managed to adapt to the demands and preferences of new luxury homebuyers by offering high quality properties...

Posted on Areas,Costa del Sol Property News,Guide to living on the Costa del Sol on 16-08-2018

Estepona, a golfer’s Paradise!

It is not hard to see why the Costa del Sol is nicknamed the ‘Costa del Golf’. With over seventy courses along the coast, there is something to suit all abilities and tastes. It’s the reason why so many flock to this area – with almost year-round sunshine as well as stunning views of mountains and the sea, the climate and landscape come together to create the perfect conditions for outdoor pursuits...

Posted on Costa del Sol Property News on 19-06-2018

More investment in Estepona

Estepona town and the wider municipal area continue to experience growth in investment for new infrastructural developments. This has, as a result, attracted more property developers to Estepona, where buyers now have the choice of exclusive contemporary residential properties in great locations. One of the most important recent developments in Estepona is the construction of a new hospital...

Posted on Areas,Costa del Sol Property News on 15-03-2018

A modern take on a time gone by

Seville, the heart of ‘duende’, defined as passion, soul and authenticity, last year became the Lonely Planet’s number one City to Visit in 2018. The Flamenco tradition that traces its origin, or at the very least its popularity, to Seville is alive and well here, but the city itself has become so much more than just a historic relic in recent years...

Posted on Costa del Sol Property News on 19-02-2018