MABEL CAPITAL TO INVEST €20 MILLION IN A FORTHCOMING LUXURY DEVELOPMENT IN ESTEPONA

MABEL CAPITAL TO INVEST €20 MILLION IN A FORTHCOMING LUXURY DEVELOPMENT IN ESTEPONA

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Investment fund Mabel Capital has announced plans to embark on a large-scale luxury property development in the Costa del Sol’s Estepona. Owned by the Balaeric entrepreneur Abel Matutes (son of the ex-minister and company of the same name) and his partner Manuel…

PROFITABLE: New-build properties registered a price increase of 18 per cent

PROFITABLE: New-build properties registered a price increase of 18 per cent

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ACCORDING to figures published by the Notaries Centre for Statistical Information, a total of 40,388 property purchases were completed in January this year, which is an increase of 0.3 per cent for the same month in 2018. While the number of transactions…

City breaks with kids: Málaga

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Málaga’s redeveloped Muelle Uno port area is full of distractions: not only is the waterfront promenade dotted with playgrounds and a maritime museum(adult €7, child €5, family 2+2, €20), but a multicoloured glass cube also houses the city’s Centre Pompidou (adult €9, children free, adults…

The Spanish 2019 property market is in better health than it has been for over a decade

The Spanish 2019 property market is in better health than it has been for over a decade

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The Spanish property market is in better health in 2019 than it has been for over a decade. Property transaction levels are up, domestic and foreign demand continue to rise and prices are steadily increasing. International demand is at record levels, with 25%…

Spain plans to grant residency to 400,000 Britons in the case of a hard Brexit The contingency plan underscores that concessions will depend on securing similar treatment for Spaniards living and working in the UK

Spain plans to grant residency to 400,000 Britons in the case of a hard Brexit The contingency plan underscores that concessions will depend on securing similar treatment for Spaniards living and working in the UK

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The Spanish government will work to make things easier for British residents in Spain, even those without permanent residency status, in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Madrid is planning to offer new residency papers to around 400,000 UK nationals if their country…