A SPANISH property portal is bouncing back after the Brexit vote and believes the housing market on the Costas will soon follow suit.
Wide-reaching website Kyero has revealed it is ‘optimistic’ in the face of market negativity and panic.
“The Brits buy in Spain for the wonderful climate and bohemian lifestyle,” said Martin Dell, Director of Kyero.com.
“That hasn’t changed and houses in Spain will always have a pull for the British purchaser.”
He added that it was a ‘very healthy’ market for Spanish property before Spain joined the eurozone and there’ll still be a thriving market once Britain leaves the EU.
“Property prices in Spain remain relatively low, and this is still an excellent time to make a shrewd investment in the Spanish property market,” he added.
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