In 2015, in Spain more than 400,000 homes were sold, the highest value since 2010. According to the Ministry of public works, the sale of homes grew 9.8% during 2015, to add 401.281 units, with a chain two consecutive years of increases. And the pressures for 2016 are also good, but always have property lawyers on your side. BBVA Research estimates that investment in construction will rise in Spain, 3.8% in 2016 and 5.9% by 2017.
Maybe it’s a good time to buy a home, not as housing but as an investment. For those who are thought of in this latter, the General Council of the Colleges of real Estate Agents has published a number of recommendations to take into account when purchasing a property. These are the main factors that we must consider when making a real estate investment.Read More