Not so long ago I posted a blog about the differences between letting out property in the UK, with that in Spain. There are moves afoot by the Spanish government to make this situation more attractive to landlords and re-dress some of the balance. Continue reading Spanish Homes and Property: Buy-to-let reformsTags: foreign buy-to-let, holiday home, investment property, overseas landlord, overseas property rental, Rent
Morocco has remained a country of stability among the unrest in the Middle East and Northern African countries. There have however been demands for King Mohammed VI, to re-energise the reforms that have slackened since the start of his reign in 1999 and introduce a constitutional monarchy like those of Spain or the UK.
Whilst Morocco is classed as Continue reading Morocco Property – Morocco’s flagship Mediterranean property resort moves forwardTags: Coastal Property, Leaseback property, new build, off-plan, overseas property, Rent
Had you noticed that overseas property-letting laws are different in Spain?
It is all very well buying that buy-to-let property abroad, because it is going to generate better returns than a similar UK buy-to-let, but what about the practicalities of renting out? Continue reading Spanish property rental laws – have you noticed the difference?Tags: European property, foreign buy-to-let, investment property, Landlord, Overseas Buying process, Property Abroad, Rent