Cheap property in Spain for sale
Ricardo Soriano 254, Marbella, 29601, Malaga, Spain
Andalucia is the largest region for property in Spain and is
situated in the south of the country. It stretches along the coast from Almeria through Granada, Malaga and as far
as Gibraltar and then up to the border with Portugal.
Spain has a booming property market, and
from 1997 to 2005 property prices in Spain rose substantially, partly due to its entry into the European Union. The
prices of houses continue to rise thanks to investor and lifestyle demand from other European countries. Coastal
apartments in the main resorts have risen sharply, but property inland is well-priced for those looking to live in
the real Spain and get away from the tourist resort, hustle and bustle. As property prices in Spain have reduced
dramatically since then, you can find some real bargains.
Spain has maintained its special
identification with Latin America. Its policy emphasizes the concept of an Iberoamerican community, essentially the
renewal of the historically liberal concept of hispanoamericanismo (or hispanism as it is often referred to in
English), which has sought to link the Iberian peninsula with Latin America through language, commerce, history and
culture. Spain has been an effective example of transition from dictatorship to democracy, as shown in the many
trips that Spain's King and Prime Ministers have made to the region.
Due to the economic downturn, cheap property in Spain for sale can be found in all
provinces at bargain prices, including the capital Madrid where prices have traditionally been much higher.