If you are interested in buying super properties for sale in Spain, now is a great time because prices are still low. But set to rise within the next six months or so. This will give you a good return on your investment, and if your budget is limited you can still find some great properties at low prices. However searching for the ideal property when you are in a different country can seem a daunting task.
Cheap flights such as those provided by budget airlines like Ryanair and EasyJet make buying a property in Spain a lot easier these days. For the price of a train ticket in the UK you can get a flight to many Spanish airports which are ideally located to serve popular holiday resorts on the Costa Blanca and Costa de Sol.
It is not unrealistic to fly out on a Friday night and will return on Sunday evening. You will of course need to speak to an agent before you fly and let him know exactly what you’re looking for. Many Spanish estate agents will work all weekend because they are aware that some people can only view properties on non-working days.
Make sure your Javea property sale agent has sent you as many pictures of properties you may be interested in as possible before you visit, so you do not waste time looking at villas and apartments that do not suit your taste.
Spanish Property On A Budget
Just a few short years ago buying a Spanish property was a luxury as prices during the early 21st century were rising at an alarming rate. Even a small two-bedroom apartment could set you back several hundred thousand euros, and we are not talking about quality builds either.
In 2008 the bottom completely fell out of the Spanish housing market as the carriages economy fell into free fall. Indicators show that 2019 will see an increase in the number of properties sold and therefore prices are likely to rise slightly.
If you are on a budget, and have less than €100,000 to invest in a Spanish property you do not want to hesitate. Although finding a Javea property in Arenal in this price range is still fairly easy as supply is much larger than the demand, this could change in the very near future. This is particularly true in the more upper-class resorts such as Javea or Denia on the Costa Blanca.