La Costa del Sol es una de las zonas más populares para la inversión inmobiliaria en España. Su clima mediterráneo, sus playas de arena blanca y su proximidad a la ciudad de Málaga la convierten en un destino turístico ideal. En los últimos años, el sector inmobiliario en la Costa del Sol ha experimentado un […]
Antes de sumergirnos en estadísticas del sector inmobiliario en la Costa del Sol, vale la pena hacer un balance del panorama macroeconómico en España para proporcionar un contexto al mercado. La inflación española Después de la mayor parte de 2022 con una inflación desenfrenada, 2023 ha tenido un comienzo más moderado en España. Marzo […]
Frontline beach flat rentals for August range from 700 to 3,000 euros a week on the Costa del Sol. The most expensive prices are in Marbella and the most affordable are in Nerja, Torrox and Rincón de la Victoria, The national average rises by 3.7% this [...]
Costa del Sol dodges property slowdown due to high demand The Costa del Sol continues to be an oasis for real estate transactions. This does not mean, of course, that it is immune to rising interest rates and the real estate slowdown. However, its special characteristics make it still an attractive and safe place to live [...]
Tourism on the Costa del Sol is living a new 'golden age' after its fall during the pandemic. Hoteliers in Malaga recognise that 2022 was better than expected and expect a record 2023 for tourism on the Costa del Sol. Some data has already been analysed about the occupancy [...]
The real estate market on the Costa del Sol is constantly evolving and growing. So it is important to know the current trends in order to make an informed decision when buying or selling a property in the region. Here are some of the most important trends in the Costa del Sol real estate market [...]
Keys to investing in second homes. Last year, rental prices rose by around 10%. Spaniards lead Europe in the ownership of second homes: 14.3% of households own at least one, twice as many as in France or Italy. The figure is around 4 million [...].
Malaga has become an increasingly popular destination for multinationals looking to set up operations in Spain. According to a recent study, the city has attracted a large number of foreign companies in recent years due to its warm climate, strategic location and growing economy. Among the multinationals [...]