Buying property on the Costa Blanca South is hot. After 7 years of crisis, the Spanish real estate market has recovered significantly. Low saving rates offered by banks, interesting real estate offers and high quality new build properties contribute to this success. But which places are most popular among our customers?

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The first warm weeks are a fact. Summer is showing her best side with constant temperatures of about 25 degrees on the Costa Blanca South. Are you planning to purchase a Spanish property in the coming months?

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Spain is becoming an increasingly popular destination for real estate investment for many middle and upper class Chinese citizens looking for good investment opportunities.

According to data compiled by the biggest Chinese portal for property abroad, searches on Spanish housing have increased by nearly 80% on average in the last year, placing Spain as the seventh destination worldwide for Chinese investors after the United States, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Thailand and New Zealand. Especially Spanish new build properties on the coastal areas are popular. 

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For anyone who now lives on the Costa Blanca in Spain you are well used to the holidays that seems to pop up during the year unexpectedly.

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According to international property consultants wealthy investors are now returning to the luxury housing market in Spain, after several years accumulating savings and waiting for the national and global economies to recover and improve.

Moreover, the value of the transactions on these luxury homes is now higher and the completion period for these sales is getting shorter, falling from an average of between 10 and 12 months previously, to a period of between 3 to 6 months.

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A survey carried out in the principal coastal tourist destinations of Spain revealed that two in every ten foreign tourists to the country are considering the purchase of a second residence in Spain during the coming years.

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If you visit Spain regularly or if even have the luck to live there, one thing you have probably already notices is that getting together for coffee in Spain is not only common but also an important part of everyday life. In fact, when people ask you to “tomar un café” doesn’t actually mean you will be having coffee. It also could mean that they are inviting you for a beer or any other drink. However, coffee in Spain is so good and affordable that you won’t need to head to Starbucks to get a coffee. But probably you knew that already. Here is a list of the typical Spanish coffees and unique ways of serving coffee in Spain.

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Savers are loath to pay a financial adviser for help before accessing their pension pots, new research shows. Only one in five over-55s were willing to pay for advice, while 50 per cent said they were not and 32 per cent didn't know, according to a survey by comparison website money.co.uk.

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Homeowners are increasingly using their properties like a bank account by remortgaging to free up cash and make life easier.

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The region in the south of Spain has recently been found to be the cheapest of a dozen popular resorts around the world for tourist essentials.

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