After Catalonia's referendum on independence, many international property buyers previously focused on Barcelona turned to Valencia. Families planning to relocate to this province are spoiled for choice in terms of good international schools for their children.
Barcelona comes fifteenth in a list
Tranio experts offer a few insights on Catalonian universities and how affordable they are for prospective students.
It is high time to invest in Barcelona student property: the number of international students in the city is growing and demand for residential property exceeds supply threefold.
For those interested in buying property in the Iberian Peninsula, Tranio weighs the pros and cons of investing in Portugal vs. Spain.
Mortgage rates in the capital of Catalonia have bottomed out, prices will grow by at least 7% per annum and demand continues to exceed supply.
As the UK’s economy picks up and the bloody death toll of terrorism rises, Britons are becoming ravenous for Spanish holiday homes.
A closer look at Spain’s property market shows that only a handful of markets are actually making headway.
Want to buy on the “Golden Coast”? Spain sales manager for Tranio, Alina Batyrshina, tells buyers where the best property is along the Costa Dorada.
Catalonia is Spain's most visited region. It has 400 km of coast spanning from North to South along the Mediterranean, appealing to people for many different reasons.
Want to know what life on Spain’s Costa del Maresme is like? Avid traveller and Tranio manager, Maria Kamysheva, shares her experience of Europe’s popular holiday spot and property market.
Hostels are getting increasingly popular among real estate investors. Tranio expert, Yulia Kozhevnikova, investigates market prices and yields from budget accommodation.
Eugene, chief executive of a major Russian company, first considered buying property abroad when he took up yachting. We talked to him after he bought a villa in Catalonia near a marina.