How times have changed, at long last there are distinct signs of new build recovery along certain parts of the Spanish Costa as well as in some of the major cities. Not since 2007 have there been so much evidence of building activity. New build development is slowly re-emerging after almost 8 years of inactivity. The Costa del Sol, Mallorca, the Costa Brava as well as the major popular tourist cities like Barcelona, Malaga, and Madrid are all the recipients once again of heavy machinery, high rise cranes and excavators, as new developments get underway again after seven / eight years of paralysis. However it is not all steel, cement and chrome. There are still huge volumes of empty homes across certain parts of Spain, according to Government figures a staggering 535,734 remain vacant after the building boom throughout the years leading up to 2007.
Read more Date: 06 October 2015
Our previous Team Group brochure was the Spring edition issued in March. At that time our Sales headline read “The best start to the year in 8 years”, I am delighted to report that this trend other than a traditionally quiet August has continued.
We expect a similarly strong second half. The reasons are many but the feedback from our buyers whilst varied can be summed up in two words – Confidence and Nerja. Confidence in Spain and its improving economy plus the fact that Nerja is proving to be one of the more aspiring resorts to own a property on the Costa del Sol. The latter claim is supported by research undertaken by Tinsa one of Spain’s leading property valuation companies that Nerja is one of very few coastal towns where property values are improving.
Read more Date: 20 September 2015
Our latest magazine is now available to view online or just pick up a copy from our office. This edition features some amazing properties in and around Nerja and at prices we will are unlikely to see again.
Read more Date: 10 September 2015
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Read more Date: 31 August 2015