Choosing where to buy a property in Spain depends on what your motivation for purchasing? There are many factors to consider:
Expat Lifestyle – Do you want to live amongst fellow English speakers or would you prefer to go native. Be realistic about your chancesof learning a new language.
Distance from airport – Do you plan to travel or expect firends and relatives to visit? WHat do you consider to be a reasonable distance from an international airport?
Distance from the beach –
Property size vs Location – What’s more important to you a bigger property or a more up market location.
Plot size – Do you want a big garden, a hobby farm, some where to keep animals, grow your own food, perhaps produce your own wine or just space to feel free.
Permanent living vs Holiday property.
Security – Do you want to be be able to leave the property unattended?
Proximity to amenities
Investment – If you are looking to rent out your property, some areas produce a greater return on investment than others.
Golf – For some golf is an important pasttime and being close to golf courses
Climate – Spain offers a range of climates from arid desert to mountain villages. The rain battered North west to the idyllic South East. The semi-tropical Canaries.
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Autonomous Communities of Spain
Spain is divided into 17 autonomous communities The largest autonomous community in Spain is Andalucia, which comprises of Cadiz, Cordoba, Malaga, Granada, Jaen, Seville Catalonia comprises of the provinces of Gerona, Barcelona, Taragona, Lleida and The Valencian Community is made up of Castelleon,...
The Spanish Costas are where the majority of the population live and are The coast on the Eastern side of Spain runs from the French border to the Straits for Gibraltar where the Mediterranean meets the Atlantic Ocean, Other lesser known costas are the Costa de la Luz, Situated on Spain's atlantic coast to the...
The Inland North Costa Blanca is mountainous and scenic naking it popular with walkers and climbers. It's doted with towns and villages Property market Prices in this area are generally lower than coastal areas. Village houses can be purchased for as little as 25000 Euros Some of the villages have experienced depopulation as younger people have...
Page %htitle% In the provinces of Granada and Almeria, on the Southern Slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountain are located the Alpujarras, a collection of beautiful white washed villages. Many of the villages are situated at over 1000m above sea level , with the highest village being Trevelez at 1476m. To put that in...