Starting a real estate business in SpainSpain is one of the most attractive countries in Europe for setting up and doing various kind of business – no matter if you are thinking about starting a real estate business or a hotel business in this country. It is exptected for Spain‘s economy to have the highest growth comparing to the European Union‘s average growth (for the year 2017). In addition to this fact, Spanish house prices have been growing during the last two years and it accordingly shows the growing demand – more people (local and tourists from the foreign countries) are looking for the houses, flats or villas to buy for their own needs or to buy as the investment (i.e. for renting). Most of the people the from foreign countries that are looking for the property in Spain are from Sweden, Germany, Russia and even China. So, if it is not worth thinking about buying a real estate in Spain now, at least it is worth thinking about starting a real estate business in Spain.
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- Being a member of the European Union, Spain can offer you a free movement of people, goods and services. It gives an opportunity for your business to reach a wider market. Thousands of tourists are coming to Spain every year for various of reasons – business purposes and travelling. Spain is one the most attractive tourism destination, therefore, many of such visitors tend to choose buying a real estate instead of renting.
- The country has several most visited cities – capital city Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Alicante, Las Palmas. All of them are unique but they all are good choise for starting a real estate business and opening a company for that.
- Spain has a great geographic location and climate that attract travelers from various foreign countries. The country has numerous airports and seaports with access to the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
- Starting a real estate business or any other business in this country is also attractive because of relatively low labour and transport costs. Also, Spanish Government supports entrepreneurs – those who are setting up a new business or developing the existing one.