Prime locations such as beachfront or frontline golf always command higher prices. You will get more for your money if you are prepared to be flexible.
Buy something old and rundown
Good luck - you will need it! This is only really worth considering if you are going to be living here permanently and can oversee a lot of the work yourself, alternatively we can.
Get a mortgage
Sometimes it is better to stretch yourself a little and get something you are really happy with rather than settle for second best. You might regret not having that extra bedroo
m, storage space or garage one day!
Rather than present you with countless pages of listings with scant information on hundreds of properties, we have selected a small sample of properties within different prices ranges to give you a much better idea of what you can get for your money. (See our property supplement for further details).
Buy off plan in the early stages of a new development
Prices always rise as the development nears completion, so those who buy early get the best investment returns.
Be flexible on location
A guide to what is on the market in your price range
Lets face it, Spain is no longer an undiscovered backwater where you can pick up a quaint little village for a few thousand euros. It is probably the world´s most sought-after destination for a holiday home and naturally this popularity is reflected in property prices.
Spain, however, still represents very good 'trade up value' especially compared to most major European cities and its continued popularity make it a great investment for the future. With mainland Europe´s best climate just a short flight from the rest of the continent, it´s destined to grow in popularity year after year.