The luxury property market in Marbella is riding high on strong demand for the lifestyle and properties it offers. The areas most in vogue are the evergreen classics such as the Golden Mile and Nueva Andalucía, where the demand for quality contemporary homes – in particular villas – currently outstrips supply.
Spain’s Golden Visa (also known as the Investment Visa) is a residency visa for non-European citizens who make one of a selection of investments, which we will get into in more detail later in this blog post. In Spain it was established in 2013, as well as a similar scheme being available in Malta, the UK and Portugal to name a few. China and Russia are the two countries in which the permit has been the most popular by far, although other countries also feature.
Marbella and its surroundings are known for many things, but above all the quality of life they offer in a beautifully scenic area with the sunniest climate in Europe. More than that; the very best thing about Marbella is the variety of lifestyles it makes possible. We’ve collected the main ones below, showcasing the areas that stand out the most:
Marbella Hills Homes is not just a company selling properties; as experienced specialists in real estate we have the expertise and market know-how to advise our clients based upon their personal requirements. To help visitors to our website gather as much information and aid in their home search, we provide useful area and topic-specific categories of the finest property for sale in Marbella and surrounding areas, we have created special galleries broken down into a range of categories.
In the 21st century, a truly professional real estate agency blends a combination of traditional ethics, discretion and personal service with modern marketing knowledge and the use of the latest technological tools. It’s a powerful mix that results in optimal customer results and client experience, and one that characterises the way in which Marbella Hills Homes approaches real estate.
After such an unexpected turn of events in 2020, the property crisis some expected did not materialise in Marbella and prices held their own as we moved into 2021, a year that brought some respite from the Covid-crisis. While there had been a rally of interest as soon as borders opened again last summer, 2021 was the year that proved to be so much more than just a recovery.