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Apartments for sale in Spain. Light studio, in a few minutes drive to the sea, Barcelona, Spain
150,000 €
Total area: 35 m²1 bedroom1 separate bathroom
Apartments for sale in Spain. Two-bedroom apartment with terrace and sea view in Nueva Andalucia, Costa del Sol
240,000 €
Total area: 60 m²2 bedrooms1 separate bathroom
Apartments for sale in Spain. Torrevieja La Mata. Apartment 368 m² with solarium of 643 m²
690,000 €
Total area: 368 m²5 bedrooms4 separate bathrooms
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We wanted to achieve several goals by buying a property. The foremost goal was to obtain a European residence permit and, in doing so, safeguard our family against the economic instability in our home country. The second one was to realise the opportunity of spending all of our children’s school holidays, as well as our own summer holidays, in Spain.

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Apartments in Spain and Spanish flat prices: wide selection of affordable property

Spain is one of the most popular destinations among overseas real estate buyers for its warm climate, affordable property and right to permanent residency for real estate over €500,000. Apartments for sale in Spain are the most sought-after by buyers.

The typical foreign property buyer will choose a house from €100,000 within walking distance of the sea. Spanish apartment prices start at €30,000–40,000 for a studio while spacious six- or seven-bedroom apartments overlooking the sea can cost millions of euros. The average price per square meter in buy and sell deals in June 2014 was about €1,600 across the nation, €1,240 in Torrevieja, €2,000 in Marbella and about €3,200 in Barcelona. Apartments in Spain are cheaper on the Costa Blanca than Costa Daurada and Costa Brava.

Spanish apartments lost 35% of their value between 2006 and late 2012 with the price per square metre dropping from €2,892 to €1,891. Flat prices continued to fall during 2013 making it a good year to buy property. However, despite the year-on-year decrease of 8.3%, buyers are now returning to the market and prices are expected to rise over the next 2–3 years.

Ekaterina Sajitharan
Ekaterina Sajitharan
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