Stunning sea views from the pool area of this lovely Finca for Sale in Port de Soller. Pool overlooking the Port de Soller

Do you catch yourself daydreaming of living in a new country? Are you ready to take the leap to relocate or purchase a second home abroad? More and more people are choosing to make this investment in their lives. In 2019, the global real estate market saw a 51% growth in foreign buyers. Spain listed…

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rent a property with airbnb

Airbnb is on everyone’s lips at the minute and it seems that hardly any Apartment or Letting business can do without this online platform. But how exactly does Airbnb work for landlords? What do hosts need to do to be successful on Airbnb? Anyone who wants to become an Airbnb landlord themselves should think about…

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The things that make Mallorca so attractive for holidaymakers who travel to the largest island in the Balearic Islands year after year is the same as for Celebrities. Some say it is the variety of landscapes that ranges from pebbly or sandy bays on the turquoise-blue Mediterranean Sea to craggy cliffs and plains with orange and olive groves. It is because of the intoxicating lifestyle which mixes cultural activities, excellent restaurants and a fantastic climate.

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As a property buyer in Mallorca there are a number of costs that you have to pay in addition to the property price. Roughly estimated, these ancillary acquisition costs total around 10% – 13% of the purchase price. This amount is made up of taxes and costs for real estate agents, lawyers, tax advisors, notaries and the fees of the offices.

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Mallorca offers an incredible variety of good restaurants and tapas bars, even small takeaways that one can easily walk past offer breath-taking, fresh locally sourced food. But not everything that makes up the cuisine of Mallorca is typically Mallorca.

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As a result of the past few months, many people have for the first time had the chance to breath and re-evaluate their lives. The ability to work from home has for many been a wakeup call that they no longer want to commute to their job in an office let alone live in a city. It has been a little push for people to for the first time since the 1960s look to move back to the countryside. There are numerous advantages to living in the countryside that can boost a person’s physical and mental health.

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airy and bright living room in soller

The Coronavirus has impacted every corner of the globe and has in some way touched everyone’s life. A lot of us due to the uncertainty of the next few months are keeping a closer eye on our personal finances and maybe not indulging as much as we usually do. As the coronavirus has impacted international stock markets and companies a lot of investments have flowed into the international property market. The Spanish and Balearic property market has a history of enticing international property developers and inventors due to the stability it has shown in times of turbulence. The property prices in Mallorca have not fallen. What makes Mallorca attractive to investors is its isolated position away from the rest of central Europe. It has been well distanced from any exponential outbreak of the virus. Even during the 2008 Financial crisis Mallorca and the other Balearic Islands provided a safe harbour for investment.

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Mallorca has long been not only a holiday destination but a place to invest in property. While many people look for a modern apartment with a management company where all their needs are catered for, there are many people who look for a passion project, a romantic house that needs a little TLC and can be renovated. The town of Sollér and the Island of Mallorca offer a rich architectural heritage which has been influenced over the years by a mix of French and Spanish styles. The main architectural styles are characterized by the Moorish influence in the Banys Arab baths or the modernism movement which is best characterized by the work of Joan Rubio y Bellver in Sollér. The architectural style on the island is fluid, it often borrows elements from more than one architectural style, be it Romanesque, baroque or a more neo classical element.

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