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World cup 2014 fever hits Spain with everywhere displaying flags from the various participating countries.
2013 a record breaking year for Spanish tourism. Spanish tourist figures just released for 2013 show a 5.6% increase in the number of people taking their
Along with the introduction of the Golden Visa at the end of last year which is designed to encourage investment in Spain by nations from outside of the E.U
Spain’s prime residential property market is still being heavily driven by international purchasers. Mainly they are attracted by the country’s current low prices, investment opportunities, and of course the wonderful lifestyle, according to a new report.
Malaga revels in property sale figures for 2013 capturing a staggering 13.9% of the Spanish market of property sales to overseas purchasers in the first 9 months of 2013.
The “Golden Visa Scheme in Spain” offering residency for purchasing a property as part of the scheme is attracting investors to buy property in Spain and is in turn boosting the housing market.
Is it me or has Christmas come around very quickly this year. I cant believe that we are already in December and talking about Christmas parties and work celebrations. Christmas in Spain is fairly low key in comparison to the festivities that take place in the UK, the US and other countries within the EU.
Its finally ski season again in Sierra Nevada, so that means its time to think about ski season and book that ski holiday! I’m suddenly thinking thermals not bikinis!
Marbella is on the move again with sales for 2012 up year on year by 21.1% with most people looking in a healthy price range of €200,000 to €1.4 Million. This is a very positive start to autumn.
Holiday rental properties close to Puerto Banus are extremely popular with holiday makers. They work out very competitive for families and groups travelling together as the cost of the property split between a number of people is cheaper than booking separate hotel rooms.