What are the best areas to buy housing in Spain?

The location of the properties that are in the portfolio is one of the keys to obtain greater and more rapid return of the investments in the real estate sector. This is one of the aspects that had to be taken into account before investing in real estate in Spain in 2017 – with a link to the post in question – of which we talked about in the previous post and about this we want to go into it further.

The importance is given by the future value that can reach the floor or house that has been purchased. It is necessary to know which are the areas with the most promising perspectives of revaluation. There are a number of indicators that can put you behind them …

City center. Downtown urban centers are usually safe bets, because they are spaces in which there is little room for new construction and the constructions that exist are what they are. Their potential value is such that they are called ‘prime’ locations.
New housing developments in neighborhoods on the outskirts of large cities, which begin to attract a very specific public, and ‘bedroom’ cities. Young people, singles or couples, with and without children, who do not want to go too far from Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Valencia or Seville, among others, and decides to settle in these districts in full expansion.
Areas equipped in terms of services and socio-sanitary infrastructures are concerned. It is necessary to take into account the connectivity of the place, both for those who move with private cars and those who use public transport; Schools and educational centers nearby; Outpatient clinics and health centers; Shops, both food, supermarkets, and shopping malls in the environment.
Coastal regions, rent 365 days of the year guaranteed. Leasing is one of the most interesting outlets of real estate. According to Idealista, its profitability has grown by 5.9% compared to the previous year and among the locations with greater possibilities of leasing are, along with the omnipresent in all rankings, Madrid and Barcelona, ​​in coastal areas. The latest data from this reference portal point towards Lleida, Palmas de Gran Canaria, Palma de Mallorca, Huelva and Alicante. Other sites that are always attractive to brick investors, such as Malaga and Cadiz, more specifically the Costa del Sol or areas that have already become internationally renowned brands, such as Sotogrande.
Flats and houses destined exclusively to the rental market. In point 4 we already pointed out cities and municipalities of the Spanish coast as attractive purchases to rent, without other consideration. This same idea is interesting according to which neighborhoods of cities that always have suitors, as is the case of Madrid and Barcelona. Many second-hand homes are in need of renovation. They are bought at low prices, are rehabilitated for a modest amount and have monthly insured income ranging from 600 to 1,000-1,500 euros, depending on where they are. When the landlord decides to get rid of the property, he finds a property revalued by the shortage of supply and the increasing demand for goods of this type.












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