Re: Re: summer drought??


I find it preposterous that serious investors would be on this forum. Anyone with any sense wouldn’t even be looking at investing in Spain right now with all the uncertainty. With the current exchange rate they would be very fortunate to get a bargain. Even if they did it could be five years or more before the market starts to rise. So, the “investor will” be stuck with a property which they most probably cannot rent and will have taxes and council fees plus urbanisation charges. Although some people call themselves investor who have bought 2 apartments in Bulgaria 😆

By all means buy for a lifestyle choice and enjoy the purchase right away, entirely different. I don’t think Spain will be a good investment for at least a decade.