24 Aug, 2023 @ 10:52
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Buyers from the USA return to Sotogrande and Spain

AMERICANS are buying more properties in Spain and targeting areas like the Costa del Sol – either to retire there or to work as digital nomads.

Notaries in Spain say that home sales to Americans leapt by 88% between 2019 and 2022 and they- along with people from Denmark- are prepared to pay some of the highest prices.

Dollar exchange rates and the popularity of the direct flight link from the States to Malaga are helping to fuel demand from ‘across the pond’, along with the region’s large array of golf courses.

Another factor is Spain’s launch of its digital nomad visa this year, making it easier for foreigners to move to and work in the country.

A desire for Americans to experience the ‘Spanish way of life’ is another draw with notaries reporting around 25% of sales coming from the States in some parts of Andalucia.

Though British, German, and French buyers still dominate the overseas market, American buyers are now getting a strong foothold in the area.

BM Sotogrande has an extensive portfolio of properties on the popular and long-standing urbanisation and can give expert advice to all buyers from around the world.

And it is very proud to announce the opening of its new office in Pueblo Nuevo. 

The newly renovated workspace is the perfect location to come and have a chat about all your property needs.

The office has been designed to make the BM Sotogrande experience an exceptional one in a very central location which will catch the eye of people looking to buy a property.

We even have a small patio garden- perfect for having a coffee with one of our staff.

For all your property needs, please give BM Sotogrande a call on 956 785 092, 626 010 584  or visit www.bmsotogrande.com.


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