Marbella Apartment Real Estate Finance Report Launched

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( — February 17, 2019) — Andalucia, ES — Andalucia Realty, the Marbella based real estate professionals known for their high quality home listings, has launched a new Brexit report. It focuses on the future of home buying in Spain for UK residents.

Andalucia Realty has launched a new report focusing on buying homes in Spain after Brexit, and what to expect from the changing economy and international landscape. It is aimed at those who want to buy a property in Spain, with expert answers to common questions from Sabrina Garcia, a Legal Lifeline Lawyer.

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Andalucia Realty is a leading real estate company with 16 years of experience in the development and marketing of properties in the Costa del Sol. The team is known for providing clients with the best service when they look for Marbella and Costa del Sol villas and apartments.

The real estate professionals at Andalucia Realty only list the best quality properties. This means that anyone buying through their website knows they’ll be getting a great option.

In their new article on buying Spanish property after Brexit, Andalucia Realty explain that Spain is considered to be one of the most popular destinations in Europe for British people. One of the reasons for this is that it offers lower housing prices than the UK, while also offering great weather and high quality of life.

One of the key questions about buying Spanish homes after Brexit is whether or not British people will still be able to get financial aid to do so. However, the report clarifies that nothing will be changing in regards to this.

However, Spanish banks will take into account the fact that once Brexit comes into effect, it is not yet fully clear what the economic situation will be for the UK. It is likely they may assess it as a risk more going forward.

A clear assessment can’t be made just yet though, as although the pound fell after the initial referendum, it has since stabilized.

Overall, the report indicates that despite the uncertainty caused by the lack of agreements between the UK and the EU, no great variations are expected in the Spanish housing market for UK buyers.

Those wishing to find out more can visit their website on the link provided above.