Property in Marbella has attracted investors from Northern Europe and Arab countries for years. And recently, they’re been joined by buyers from countries like Mexico and Costa Rica in Central America keen to make the most of everything the Costa del Sol has to offer.
The Costa del Sol has a climate that’s difficult to beat – few other places in the world can boast 320 days of warm sunshine a year and an average annual temperature is 18ºC. And in Marbella, there’s no need to worry about extreme temperatures, hurricanes or earthquakes.
Being safe is a vital consideration when buying a home. Resorts on the Costa del Sol enjoy a high level of security and Spain has one of Europe’s lowest crime rates so property investment here comes with peace of mind for you and your family.
Recent reinforcement of Spanish legislation ensures that Costa del Sol property investment is 100 per cent secure. This together with the recent upturn in the Spanish economy and huge increase in foreign investment in Spain makes it a safe haven for your money.
You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to property in Marbella where all tastes and budgets are catered for, and in a huge variety of locations. See what’s on offer here.
And now is the time to buy as the Spanish property market starts to bottom out. In many parts of Marbella, Benahavis and Estepona, quality properties in top locations are in short supply and prices expected to rise in the near future. Few places in the world can currently compete with such a wide-ranging property portfolio at these prices.
Central American investors in Marbella property can take advantage of the so-called Golden Visa – investment of at least €500,000 in Marbella property comes with a residence visa for you and your family. This Spanish residence visa allows you to travel in the Schengen Area in Europe too.
Marbella and the Costa del Sol boast ultra-modern transport connections meaning you’re within easy reach of the rest of Europe and North Africa. Frequent transatlantic flights run between Madrid and Barcelona, and South and North America, and there are direct summer flights between Malaga and New York.
If you’re from Central America, you have an immediate advantage on the Costa del Sol when it comes to language. Not only do you speak the local language, you also share common cultural and historical roots. As a result, you can fit in easily and quickly.
And if you’re looking to practise other languages and want your children to grow up bi or tri-lingual, Marbella’s cosmopolitan population with a wide range of international schools offers the perfect opportunity.
There’s no doubt about it – buying property on the Costa del Sol comes with huge advantages. Why not make the most of them? Contact us today and let us help you do just that.