Malaga’s Residential Construction Sector Springs Back to Life

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Ten years since the notorious Spanish property crash and business is finally booming for Malaga’s construction sector, according to a new report. Over a third (33.8%) of all companies set up in Malaga last year involved property in some way, representing 1,729 new businesses joining the sector, says the Institute of Statistics and Cartography of… Read more »

Spanish Property Market Ripe for Investment

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The Spanish property market is awash with new investment opportunities due to a rise in demand for new properties, easier access to credit and falling unemployment levels. Economic growth in Spain is creating new opportunities for would-be buyers, giving them easier access to mortgage loans and credit; a fall in unemployment means that owning a… Read more »

Spain’s €2.16 billion Golden Visa Scheme Success

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Spain’s golden visa scheme is hailed a success after bringing in €2.16 billion in its first three years. In 2013 the Spanish government introduced a ‘Golden Visa’ scheme in an attempt to encourage investment in Spanish property and business in return for visas and residency access. So far the scheme has attracted 2,236 investors, accumulating… Read more »

Decline in New Infrastructures Drives Growth in Residential Property Construction

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A decrease in the construction of new infrastructures in Spain could drive growth in residential property construction this year, property experts anticipate. The Spanish construction sector was left devastated after the economy crashed in 2008, leaving many public infrastructures incomplete or failing to get off the ground. However, experts in the property sector believe that… Read more »

Experts warn of the need to start building new housing developments on the Costa del Sol

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  Experts are warning that construction needs to start again in certain towns in Malaga province, especially Marbella, where the stock of new housing for second homes is now down to a minimum level. The professionals also say that in other places, such as Malaga city, Benalmádena and Torremolinos, it will be necessary to start… Read more »