THE property market in Andalucia is hotting up in tune with the weather.
And as the parasols go up and the sunscreen gets slapped on, property prices are slowly beginning to climb again.
But, luckily in certain pockets of the coast, in particular in our areas of Manilva and Casares, there are still some incredible bargains to be had.
You will certainly find significantly better value for money here than in Marbella – with some properties costing less than half what they would in Marbella.
Most clients buying in Manilva are not just buying for investment, but for the fantastic lifestyle here, for personal use and as a holiday home and future retirement property.
There is a great combination of the familiarity of a strong expat population alongside the real essence of the real Spain.
Wherever you are around here, from Duquesa marina to inland Casares, or from La Paloma beach to Manilva village there is plenty of space.
What’s more the beaches do not get busy and there are some great areas to be discovered and explored such as the Castillo and inland at the Roman Oasis, not to mention the stunning white village of Casares.
The market won’t stop for Brexit – but the Brits have taken a pause
THERE are lots of people on the hunt for their dream home but British buyers are taking a little pause, with the Brexit referendum looming.
They are still looking and they are still putting down small deposits, but most are waiting for June 23 to make a final decision.
Either way, Spain will still be Spain after the Brexit vote and there are still plenty of buyers from all over the world happy to spend money here regardless.
My worry is that the British people will miss out and once they’re ready to commit, many of the best deals will be gone. Many Europeans are already buying in force.
The good properties are not waiting for the British to buy them.
People from all over Europe are coming up with money, especially from Belgium, France, Germany, Austria, Norway, Sweden, Ireland and Hungary.
It seems that for businesses Britain is better in Europe – we will certainly be voting to remain in the EU on June 23.
Here are our ‘quick sellers’ – the most exciting opportunities on our books right now:
STAR HOME – Manilva beach townhouse for just €250,000
Our superb featured property this month is priced to sell as the owners are changing location.
The stunning frontline beach townhouse with three bedrooms and two bathrooms steps literally right onto the beach and its own private garden.
There are even four pools, a tennis court and a padel court onsite which makes it perfect for families.
Buyers will love the proximity to chiringuitos, supermarkets and the port, while community fees are affordable.
It has a comfortable layout of split level lounge dining room, a brand new kitchen, and is decorated to a high standard throughout.
The current owners began there as newlyweds, raised a young family here and are now changing location but are reticent to say goodbye to this cherished beachside home.
Sabinillas townhouse for €250,000
THIS three-bedroom photogenic detached townhouse is in Maria Teresa, a quiet area of Sabinillas. It is within walking distance of the quiet beaches, quality local bars and restaurants, supermarkets, parks and also has a communal pool. The independent home in the heart of Sabinillas has a large back terrace and a front porch. The community fees are very cheap.
Beachside apartment in Sabinillas for €185,000
FOR sea views and ample facilities within a resort-style urbanisation, look no further than this three bedroom, two bathroom apartment. With sea views, the excellently maintained La Noria development leads on to Sabinillas promenade.
Duquesa penthouse apartment for €124,000
WHERE else in the world can you buy a penthouse flat for under €125,000? This beautiful penthouse to the sea and golf course also has a jacuzzi bath and is furnished to a very high standard. The fully renovated ‘turnkey’ property also has a storage room and private parking. The urbanisation of Duquesa Village is extremely sought-after and has manicured gardens, a padel tennis court and communal pools.
Luxury apartment in Finca Cortesin for €269,000
THIS gem of a two-bedroom flat in one of Europe’s most elegant resorts has a luxurious, almost colonial feel. The ample terrace with beautiful views has space for lounging and dining. There are also three beautiful communal pools, 24-hour security, while it sits next to the Volvo Masters Finca Cortesin Golf course.
Bag your bargain: Doña Julia development in Casares
SPECTACULAR sea, mountain, vineyard and golf course views are just the one perk of living in Doña Julia development.
The south-facing apartments all have elegant fitted kitchens with Siemens and Bosch appliances. Ground floor apartments have private gardens while penthouses offer solariums with hot tubs. And the communal pool areas have have comfortable sunbeds, sunshades and plenty of green space.
There is a fantastic infinity jacuzzi pool which seats 20 and has two jacuzzi beds and the kids’ park complete with a pyramid climbing frame is another bonus.
Quality and luxury meet for a reasonable price: we have sold out of units at €152,000 but there are some left at €161,000. Seize them before the next price increase!
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