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February 26, 2024

Spain tops list as the cheapest country to live in

Spain has a fantastic climate all year round, good food, nice people, exciting culture and beautiful nature. It is a popular destination for tourists, but also stands out as a cheap country to live in. In “The Cost of Living Overseas Index”, compiled by the website Property Guides,…

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January 18, 2024

Felicity Estates is growing

Swedish Mathea Tello is the latest addition to Felicity Estates. Mathea is 25 percent Spanish and soon to be an Account Manager, which means that she possesses both solid knowledge and a serious interest in sales, above all with a focus on wholeheartedly helping her clients with their…

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December 20, 2023

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

We at Felicity Estates would like to wish all our clients, friends and partners a very happy holiday season and a prosperous 2024! We look forward to the new year with enthusiasm, joy and excitement and hope to meet you soon. Feel free to get in touch and tell us about your plans…

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November 17, 2023

Quick course in real estate Spanish

Escritura, Nota Simple, IBI, comunidad. Whether you are in the Spanish property world as a buyer or a seller, there are a number of Spanish words and concepts that are useful to know. Today, Felicity Estates offers a simple guide to the most important expressions that you should be…

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September 15, 2023

How to navigate the Spanish real-estate jungle

Spanish real-estate is a bit of a jungle. An opinion held by many people looking for a property, especially among foreign nationals planning on buying a second home on the Costa del Sol. Properties are published multiple times, sometimes with different prices. Many of the advertised…

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July 28, 2023

Málaga province ferias from August to December

Every village and town in Spain has its own feria - a celebration that attracts locals and tourists alike and is a really fun way to get to know Spanish culture. The ferias are spread throughout the year and today we share the dates of the ferias in Málaga province that are still…

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June 16, 2023

Significantly more people want to buy than sell a property

In times of inflation and interest rate increases, it is easy for property buyers to believe that more people need to sell and that housing prices will therefore fall. However, this is not the case on the Costa del Sol, where the market has remained very stable and continued to rise,…

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May 26, 2023

New property law enters into force in Spain

The new law is effective from 25 May and is the first of its kind in Spain's democratic history. Among other things, it imposes new restrictions on rent increases and evictions. To increase the number of private longt term rental properties, it introduces tax cuts for property owners…

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May 03, 2023

Renovation can triple the value and speed up sales

The vast majority of Spaniards, and perhaps even more so foreign buyers, prefer to buy a property that is ready to move into, either newly built or renovated. Significantly fewer speculators are looking for a project to renovate themselves and it may therefore be worth investing in…

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April 13, 2023

More foreigners bought a home in Spain 2022

Last year ended with a total of 646,241 registered housing sales in Spain. That was 14.5 percent more than the year before. The number of transactions with foreign buyers increased from 2021 and in Andalusia they account for over 20 percent of the property purchases with a big concentration…

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March 10, 2023

The Malaga Film Festival opens

The red carpet has been rolled out and today, Friday March 10th, "El Festival de Málaga" opens for the 26th time with more feature films than ever before! A total of 39 pieces and a total range of 232 films, including documentaries and short films, which is a historical record. This…

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February 14, 2023

Málaga ranks highest in the world as best city get away

The American magazine Forbes has awarded the city of Málaga first place on a list of cities in the world - capitals excluded - that are most worth visiting. In total, the study has evaluated 420 cities in 89 countries. The study was published in Forbes on February 11 and was rewritten…

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