Premier Law’s June 2021 real estate market report

The COVID-19 global pandemic has without a doubt changed our lives in unimaginable ways, from the approach to our well-being to how we spend our money. A sector that will be forever changed is real estate. After spending so many months inside we now appreciate much more the four walls we spend most of our time surrounded by.

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Premier Law in Dubai

The Premier Law team was in Dubai last week to promote the Spanish Golden Visa and our lovely Costa del Sol lifestyle, which from our findings is very well received abroad.

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Buying property in Spain after Brexit

Aside from the ongoing global pandemic, these are uneasy times for both British expats already living in Spain and those who are looking to buy here in the not-so-distant future due to the UK officially leaving the EU as of 1st January 2020.

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I purchased off-plan property during the Spanish financial crisis and never got my dream home: What can I do?

The appeal of buying an off-plan property in Spain is understandable: it’s a great way to invest your money. Not only do you pay less for a home that you normally would, but you also usually get a say in some of the construction and design aspects. There are a large number of both positives and negatives involved in the off-plan buying process that can be hard to navigate, so here are our Top 3 pieces of advice as well as a few pros and cons to have in mind.

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Buying an off-plan property in Spain: the small print

The appeal of buying an off-plan property in Spain is understandable: it’s a great way to invest your money. Not only do you pay less for a home that you normally would, but you also usually get a say in some of the construction and design aspects. There are a large number of both positives and negatives involved in the off-plan buying process that can be hard to navigate, so here are our Top 3 pieces of advice as well as a few pros and cons to have in mind.

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Buying an off-plan property in Spain: the contract

The process of buying a new-build or off-plan property in Spain differs substantially from buying a resale home, especially when it comes to signing the contracts, so today we are bringing you a brief summary of each step.

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Buying an off-plan property in Spain

Until recently, buying an off-plan property was a great way to secure a bargain but also something to be very cautious about. However, times have changed. These days buyers of off-plan properties benefit from much more legal protection and, as long as all necessary due diligence is carried out, the process is usually a smooth ride.

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Off-plan vs. Re-sale properties in Spain

For some property investors, investing in a new-build can seem like a risky investment. However, thanks to recent updates in Spanish consumer law, if you choose the right Developer the risk involved is minuscule and you will be rewarded with a brand new home at a very affordable price. Does an off-plan home not appeal to you? Some people will take the route of purchasing a resale property, which also has its risks but means they can view the home in person before coming to a decision, as opposed to a show house or digital plans given to them by a Developer.

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Getting a mortgage in Spain

Have you finally decided to take the leap and buy your dream home in Spain? If you are lucky enough to be a cash buyer then congratulations! However, some people will need to take out a mortgage to pay for the property. Good news: Spain is a great place to do so as this wonderful country offers great deals for new home owners to finance their property.

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Short vs. long term leases in Spain: what you need to know before signing the contract

When signing a lease contract in Spain make sure to do your research not just on the basics, such as the state of the property, the average price in the area and so on, but also on the small print of Spanish contract law so you know exactly what you are signing and what your rights are if any problems arise during the duration of the contract.

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