Buying a holiday home somewhere in the world is a desire of many. You can holiday whenever you want and for as long as you want, which is especially great for retirees hoping to spend half of the year abroad.
Whilst you are away you will feel comfortable, at home, and since your family will only have to pay for flights, it means they can use the money they save on accommodation to come and visit you again and again!
But where do you begin looking? There is no better location for buying a holiday home than Southern Spain.
Buying property in Spain means buying into a country with pleasant temperatures and ample sunshine all year round, so if you want to flee the bleak English winter for six months, you can enjoy averages of 12°C between December and February. You will also have guaranteed hot weather for all of your summer visits.
We are really proud of our new Costa Calida / Mazarron / Camposol video.
It has taken us many months to film and edit. The film shows the various fishing villages in the Bay of Mazarron, including La Azohia, Isla Plana, Puerto do Mazarron and Bolnuevo.
We also have interviews with residents of Camposol.
The link to the film is on the bottom of our home page and simply click on the big red button.
Murcia greeted 342,054 foreign tourists in the first several months of 2013, up 8.1% on the very same period of time the previous year. 25,589 more visitors have so far picked the region for their holidays in 2013, with all the French and British leading the charge.
When a decade-long building binge came to a magnificent end in 2007/8, Spain fell from grace in the eye of the property investor. However an uplifting u-turn is underway with industry experts now calling the nation a “star market”.
After 5 years of decline it appears as though Spanish property prices might have bottomed out. When the credit crunch hit the Eurozone in 2007, 700,000 homes fell to the Spanish banks. Within the Murcia area in 2007 an average price for a property was EUR 147,000. This decreased annually to EUR 45,000 in 2012, meaning some properties were actually being sold at 70percent lower than their maximum prices as banks were pressured by the European Central Bank to rebalance their books and clear away under-performing property resources. But, it appears as if average prices in 2013 are going to go up to EUR 55,000, indicating that the market may have bottomed out.
Obtaining a home in the sun is a dream of many. The Camposol development on the Costa Calida inside southern Spain is a really affordable situation of making that a authenticity. Camposol property has a lot to offer, with something for everybody, be it a low maintenance holiday accommodation or a villa with a pool for long-lasting residence.
Once the Hamiltons purchased their unique holiday home in Camposol Golf on the Costa Cálida six years ago, they had no aspirations for gathering a property portfolio. Nonetheless, combining Barry’s impending retirement and reports of a Paramount-branded Theme Park inspired them to benefit from the current buyers’ market and acquire one additional property in Camposol Golf.
“Spain hopes to tempt Britons back into the market this summer with a million unsold homes going at bargain prices and in top locations,” says Cathy Hawker with a million unsold properties and prices slashed by 40 per cent, the Costas property bubble may have well and truly burst but the Spanish government is banking on British buyers coming to the rescue.
Despite a market slowdown, it may be the ideal time to buy a property in Spain or Portugal, says Ginetta Vedrickas
As the credit crunch bites, buying a golf home is probably the last thing on your mind. The ultimate luxury purchase, traditionally a golf home has been the preserve of the cash rich, yet for those ofus with shallower pockets, this may just be the time to bag a bargain and where better to hunt than in Portugal and Spain?