10 THINGS TO DO WHEN SELLING OR RENTING MY PROPERTY? NO! YOU JUST HAVE TO DO ONE!
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The latest news on property prices indicates continued healthy growth on the Costa del Sol and in Spain in general
But, if you are thinking to sell or rent your property on the Costa del Sol, we can help you to be prepared and avoid some last-minute surprises. Having the right information is crucial for a sale or rent of the property before you get involved in this complex process.
Do you know the answer for the following questions?
Do you know the right market price of your property for sale or rent? Do you know where to advertise? your obligations and rights when selling a house, the differences between taxes for residents and non-residents. Do you know all the documentation you need to have for sale or rent your property? Are you aware of all the legal and transfer fees? and what legal obligation you have by renting your property our for long or short term?
It is a complex road ,We know ,but in good hands it will be all fun, I mean look at our Chantal Herman on this picture listing a property, Does she looks worried?:-) No,no...
- We offer you our many years of experience with property owners from all over the world. We have seen all the turns which brought us to the high level of service we are offering to you at ImmoMoment.es
- Our Team together with our professional Legal Advisors will follow you all along on this uncertain road of legality and misinformation.
Of course, we not mentioned all the possible questions that may arise, but it should give you an idea of the scope of the matter.
According to valuations firm Tinsa, the average price of finished housing (new built and resale) increased by 4.9% annually in the first quarter of 2019, to € 1,349 / m2, which is the tenth consecutive quarter with an increase in prices nationwide. The gross rent yield is 4.3% in the cities of Madrid, Valencia, Zaragoza and Seville, and is reduced to 3.9% in Barcelona.
- Andalucia carries on being one of the favourite places to invest, enjoying a 5% increase in the prices of residential properties
This is due to the significant increase in interest in Malaga, main spot of the Costa del Sol, which experienced an annual price growth of 10.6% which averages out the property price to € 1,635 per square meter.
The answer to this question is complex and depends on your personal situation, urgency to sell, your intention to use the property, the area where is your property and of course the price you intend to obtain in any of the cases, to get a more clear picture contact us and we will inform you of your possibilities.. The indicators look promising for both cases...
So, we mentioned some official data about the property prices for sale before but what about the rental market? Let´s see,,
Malaga has become one of the key cities in Europe for city-breaks and permanent living. With its mild weather, lifestyle, beaches, gastronomy and cultural offer, the city is today well connected to the world through the fourth largest airport in Spain (18 million Pax and 146 direct connections).
Throughout the period 2012-17 the number of visitors has increased +39% and the overnights +37%. 1.3 million tourists visit annually Malaga today, 62% of them from abroad.
Malaga is now the third best urban destination in occupancy (78%, behind only Palma, 81%, and Barcelona, 79%). ADR has grown from 68€ in 2012 to 90€ in 2017 and RevPAR stands at 70€ (2017), sixth in Spain.
The size of the hotel market is still limited, with 103 hotels and 5,272 hotel rooms. Accor is the leading chain with 3 hotels and 452 rooms,
In total of 6 Spanish capitals have registered increases in the rental price above 30% during the last 4 years. Even so, in the whole of Spain this variation is at 44% during the last term, according to a study published by idealist.
Palma has been the capital in which rent has increased the most during the last municipal mandate, since the owners ask for 46.2% more to rent their homes than during the previous local elections. It is followed by the increases in Malaga, where they have risen by 42.1%, Valencia (37.9%), Castellón (37.3%), Madrid (36.7%) and Barcelona (34.2%).…..for more information Sign Up or Please Contact Us on firstname.lastname@example.org