Encouraging a fresh perspective on Spain real estate was the goal of last week’s visit to the UK by Spanish Housing Minister, Beatriz Corredor, and Minister of Development, Jose Blanco.
With the release of the Lucas Fox Market Reports this week, there is bound to be some contention as the agency’s Directors share their insights and predictions on the future for Barcelona luxury property, Costa Brava villas and Ibiza real estate for the next six months and into 2012.
With recent upgrades to Barcelona Port accessibility, and still more on the way, a novel way to check out Ibiza real estate now is to arrive via the sea rather than fly in
Good news for Barcelona property: a new study released this week to Catalan newspaper El Periodico has confirmed Barcelona’s worldwide status as a “quality brand”.
We recently reported on the UK roadtrip by Spain’s Housing Minister, Beatriz Corredor, and Development Minister, Jose Blanco, that aimed to encourage Spain real estate investment. Our report focused on the main messages of the Ministers and how these matched recent advice from the pages of the Wall Street Journal on choosing the right time to invest in property.
Recent property reports from the Bank of Spain and leading market analysts around the globe show a new wave of investors are taking advantage of Spain’s availability of high quality properties in some of the country’s best locations.
Lucas Fox International Properties, with its head office in Barcelona, today announce their most successful quarter since starting business in 2005. In the third quarter of 2011 the company completed on luxury Spanish property transactions worth 19.5 million in Barcelona, the Costa Brava and Ibiza.
Lucas Fox International Properties, a luxury real estate specialist, form a strategic alliance with The Shop Ibiza the island’s most established and successful creative marketing and events company.
When considering buying Barcelona property that will also be your home here, the health of the local business market becomes a deciding factor. As part of your relocation to Spain, transferring or setting up a business base needs to be weighed up against the local context.
A recent report from the international property portal PropertyWire asked if Russians are the new Chinese or if the Chinese are the new Russians. The focus repeated a theme we have explored previously in the Lucas Fox blog and that has been highlighted in the most recent series of reports on real estate in Barcelona, Ibiza and Costa Brava.
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