The dream of owning a property in Spain.
Many dreams going to a better climate, relaxing and getting away from
everyday life for a few weeks or maybe move down to Spain. We all have
different dreams and reasons why you want to own a property in Spain. Once
you have decided to buy a property, so will the issues on the running band.
How-to? What rules apply? How does it work? Which brokers to choose?
What can we help you with, and what do we do for you?
We will be your consultant and help you find the right area, get in touch
with brokers who can sell you the property you are looking for and be your
sounding board for questions you would like answered. We will not sell any
property to you. It is the broker's task, but we will help you get a
smooth, safe and secure property purchase.
Our consulting service costs nothing for you as a customer, as we charge
the broker. The brokers think that our consulting service is valuable and
of great benefit to them.
Here we can help you.
Spain has something for everyone. Here are long paradise beaches, spectacular mountain landscapes and open landscapes. Some resorts offer a rich nightlife, while other places offer peace and quiet. Here are golf courses for all tastes and levels. We and our partners have good knowledge of the different regions and help you find the right place for your property purchase.
Costa del Sol is one of the foremost tourist destinations in Spain and attracts tourists from all over the world. The main city is Malaga, and the most important tourist destinations are Nerja, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, La Cala de Mijas, Estepona, San Pedro.
Costa Blanca has gained its name from the beautiful white beaches which can be found along the coast. Many tourists visit this region, where the best known locations are Alicante, Torrevieja, Benidorm, Calpe and Denia.
The province of Almería is becoming more and more popular, both as a wonderful holiday destination and as a beautiful place to live with an idyllic climate.
Costa Cálida, also known as the province of Murcia, is located to the south of Costa Blanca and is something of a hidden treasure, with a rich history and culture and beautiful nature embellished by great contrasts.
Barcelona, an important cultural city with a large number of museums and historical buildings. Barcelona is located in the Costa Brava, a coastal region in northeastern Spain that extends from the city of Blanes, 60 km northeast of Barcelona, to the French border.
The Canary Islands consist of seven major islands: Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera, Fuerteventura, El Hierro and six smaller islands.
Majorca, a Spanish island in the Mediterranean east of the Iberian Peninsula and the largest island in the Balearic Islands with an area of 3,640 km².
Valencia is a city in eastern Spain in the middle of the Gulf of Levante between the Costa Blanca and the Costa del Azahar. It is Spain's third-largest city.
This is how it works.
Our service will help you with any questions that arise when you intend to buy property in Spain. The idea with our service is that you get a Smooth, Safe and Secure real estate deal. Broker? We have built up a large network of good brokers from Barcelona in the north down to Soto Grande In the south as well as in Mallorca and the Canary Islands. This means that we can always find good brokers for you. Taking the help of a lawyer we think is a must when buying a property in Spain. We have a good collaboration with a number of Spanish law firms that have Swedish-speaking people who take care of you. The brokers we work with also have a good contact network of good lawyers. You choose the path you want to go. In our large real estate network, there are large Swedish real estate agencies but also Spanish, German, British, Belgian and Dutch brokerage firms. It is important to know that your real estate deal is always done with a real estate agent on-site in Spain with the help of a Spanish lawyer.
Before - Before your purchase
Contact with BDA
Contact with brokers
During - The buying process
Travel to Spain
Meet brokers and see the items in place
Meet a lawyer to sign the purchase
After - After your purchase
Payment of the property
The property is yours and you have the key to the property
Renovations, rental etc.
We are always at hand before - during - after your real estate deal
Satisfied customers tell
We love helping our clients find their dream home in Spain. Be with them throughout the journey from starting to look for the right items to move in, fix in order and maybe rent out. Here some of our customers tell us about their process.
The dream house was in the Costa del Sol
We had long dreamed of getting a place abroad. A house in the heat where we can enjoy life as pensioners, but also have the whole family to visit. We came into contact with BDA at the fair "Buying houses abroad". - We had been down and looked at some real estate, but didn't really understand how the brokers worked. The dream house we said we wanted to buy, suddenly sold another broker to another couple. That's when we decided to seek help from an expert. BDA has really been a great help and support throughout the process, says Monika. Through their large network in Spain, we found our dream home, a house in the Costa del Sol with room for rest, activity - and the whole family. - Thanks to the help of BDA, we have also arranged so that we can rent out the house when we ourselves or the children are not there. It's really smooth. A big thank you to BDA from us. Monika and Stefan.
"We had never managed the whole buying process without help"
Why buy a holiday home at home and risk rainy summers? For Patric and Ann, Spain became the solution to find a holiday home. With BDA's help and network, the purchase of an apartment on the beach went smoothly.
A big thank you from us. Patric o Ann
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Our service is, of course, free for you as a customer.
Asking prices are rising strongly in Marbella
nov 4, 2021 | Five of the top ten municipalities where prices have risen the most since the pandemic started are located on the Andalusian coast, reveals research from the Idealista property portal.
Idealista compared asking prices in September 2021 to the same month of 2019, to get a pre-pandemic benchmark. The research revealed that coastal municipalities in Andalusia have seen some of the biggest asking price increases in Spain, perhaps because of the influence of the pandemic on
supply and demand.
Asking prices have risen the most in the Las Salinas district of Roquetas de Mar in Almeria province, up by 46% compared to 2019, making it Spain’s leading hotspot for Covid pricing. Marbella has three districts in the top ten, with prices in Nagüeles up 41%. Along with one top ten district in Estepona, Andalusia has five out of the top ten districts where asking prices have risen the most over the course of the pandemic. All of them are areas of interest to foreign Investors.
The latest data from the Association of Spanish Notaries also shows house prices rising in Andalusia faster than any other region of interest to foreign investors except the Balearics. Anecdotal evidence from lawyers and agents further supports the notion that the housing market on the Costa del Sol is enjoying a mini boom after the pandemic, perhaps even thanks to the pandemic.
The Balearics is another region where data from the Association of Spanish Notaries suggests house prices are rising strongly, but according to asking price data from Idealista, the Balearics only gets one district in the top 10, in the regional capital of Palma de Mallorca, up 30%.
According to Idealista, asking prices have not risen above pre-pandemic levels across the board, so what might have caused them to jump in certain areas like Marbella, but not others?
Estate agents tell me that, thanks to Covid, buyers are more interested than ever in areas that offer space and fresh air not far from cities and good transport links. A move away from city centers towards the coast would help explain why asking prices are falling in most parts of Barcelona, yet rising in resort towns like Marbella.
What's happening to the Spanish real estate market?
feb 11, 2021 | During this covid-19 pandemic, many are wondering what is happening to the Spanish real estate market. We think it was time to listen to realtors' experience and what they think about Spain's real estate market. We asked the following 3 questions to them. Of 105 brokers, 80 brokers responded.
1. Price picture; Falling or rising? Response; 80% say that the price picture is pretty still on good objects.
2. Do you think that sales will take place more via exclusive video screenings in the future? Response; Many are already selling via video views, and they believe that it will be a great complement in the future
3. Other interesting info. Response; Most people believe in a huge demand later this year, when people from all over Europe can start travelling and that prices will not go down but rather go up because there is already a great deal of interest from their customers in investing in a property.
Summary; The price picture is currently fairly stable except for the property owners who have to sell due to financial reasons. The problem with these discounted properties is that you may have to buy if you are interested soon. Later in the year when you can start travelling freely, most people think that prices will rise. Video shows we think will become more common along with other aids. The advantage of this is that you, as a customer, should be able to see the properties you are interested in and get a greater overview without being on-site.
An interesting study on the price picture of real estate in Spain after corona epidemic.
jun 4, 2020 | We have looked into the current progression of the Real Estate Market.
The answers we received were not clear. There are various types of different nationalities clients that the brokers/agents have. Those who have customers from different countries see no one and do not believe in a decline in the price situation or demand for real estate. The brokers who focus on a country, the type the Swedish market believes more in that prices are adjusted downwards.
Half of those surveyed believe that there will be an increase in the supply of real estate in the future, with an equal share experiencing a pent-up need to buy property in Spain. When asked how they think the price picture will look like, the realtors replied that they believe that new properties are either falling in price or that there is no major change. When it comes to real estate resale, most of the brokers believe that there will be a reduction in prices, with most expected to see a decrease in the price range 900 000 € and up. Only 7.1% of brokers believe that the price of real estate resale increases, and in the price ranges, € 100,000 - € 500,000.
We will follow up with a new survey in the latter part of September.