Do you want to buy property in Spain? We will help in solving this issue and select the most optimal options!
We are a property agency registered in Spain. The objects of our catalog are located in the provinces of Alicante, Valencia, Murcia (southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, the Mediterranean coast) in the cities of Torrevieja, Alicante, Altea, Valencia, Benidorm, Elche, Calpe, La Manga, Cartagena and many others. Our clients receive the following benefits:
- a variety of types of residential property in Spain (villas, houses, apartments, townhouses and bungalows);
- selection of offers in a wide price range (from economy class to "premium" luxury class options);
- complete security of the sale and purchase transaction under an uncomplicated and absolutely transparent procedure;
- the ability to arrange a mortgage with a minimum interest rate and a relatively small down payment.
What property to buy in Spain?
Townhouses and bungalows in Spain represent the most common type of suburban housing. The optimal solution for those who want to relax away from the bustle of the city and with a minimal presence of neighbors. Private houses and villas in Spain - a relatively more expensive acquisition, involving the isolation of the building on its own plot of land. If you need an economy option, then you should think about buying apartments in Spain.
In each case, the pricing of a residential property is influenced by its area, number of storeys, type of construction, the presence of nearby infrastructure and, of course, distance from the sea. Many buyers see their purchase as a good long-term investment. And if the newly acquired living space is actively rented out, then it can pay off in just a few seasons. First of all, we are talking about comfortable residential properties located on the seashore.
The standard procedure for the sale and purchase includes selecting an object, signing a preliminary contract, examining documents, obtaining an NIE identification number, opening a bank account, concluding a transaction with a notary and registering with the cadastre.