Taylor Wimpey Espana, believes that Spain is a safe haven for overseas buyers and its popularity will continue to build throughout 2017
With properties across the Costa Blanca, Costa del Sol, Mallorca and Ibiza, Taylor Wimpey España is the name that has become synonymous with new homes in the key tourist and second home locations in Spain. Having been building award-winning homes that complement the natural beauty of the regions in which they’re prevalent since 1958, the company prides itself on exceeding customers’ expectations.
Taylor Wimpey España has continued growth in the business as ‘the Spanish market continued to be positive’ during 2016. The company, which has been building homes in Spain for over 50 years, released figures that show an increase in the total order book, as at 31 December 2016, of 8.5% to 293 homes at the close of the year.
TheMoveChannel.com says British buyers are still in love with buying European property and that demand is growing, led by a boom in buying property in Spain.
Indeed, Spain moved into the number one spot for enquiries on the website only to be knocked off when the US took back its number one position in July 2016.
The sales director for Taylor Wimpey Espana, Marc Pritchard, says there is growing confidence in the future of Spain’s real estate sector.
He said: “Momentum is building within Spain in its property sector and this season is looking to be the best for many years, if not the best ever, for Spain.”
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The UK to Spain flight market has been named the largest in Europe this winter, according to the latest Official Airline Guide (OAG) data.
Compared to last year’s winter season, the market has grown by over 12% for the number of seats and flights between Spain and the UK, suggesting that more and more Britons are seeking winter sun and choosing Spain as their desired destination.
The UK-Spain relationship is not only good for airlines, but also for the Spanish property market.
The Sales and Marketing Director of Taylor Wimpey España, Marc Pritchard, explains: “The increase in the number of flights and seats available between Spain and the UK reaffirms the high demand for the Spanish sunshine, as Brits seek an escape from the dreary winter weather at home.
Alicante-Elche Airport has surpassed its own records this summer. The number of passengers handled by the airport on international flights rose by 16.1% during H1 2016 to a record high.
Known as the gateway to the Costa Blanca and a hub for all those travelling to the east and south east of Spain, the airport’s increase in passenger numbers is no surprise. The area has proved a highly popular destination this summer and not only by holiday makers but also holiday home buyers.
Spain’s tourist appeal only continues to soar higher, as Brits seek out familiar sun this winter.
Spain has always been a popular destination for British holidaymakers all-year round, but as the cold sets in across the UK, the bond between the two just keeps climbing, with the latest Official Airline Guide data ranking the UK-Spain market as the largest European country pairing this winter season.
Compared to last year’s winter months, the market has grown by over 12 per cent for the number of seats and flights between Spain and the UK, suggesting that more and more Brits looking for winter sun are choosing Spain as their desired destination.
That love affair is not only good for the airlines but also the Spanish property market, says Marc Pritchard, Sales and Marketing Director of homebuilder Taylor Wimpey España: “The increase in the number of flights and seats available between Spain and the UK reaffirms the high demand for the Spanish sunshine as Brits seek an escape from the dreary winter weather at home.
International real estate developer Taylor Wimpey handed over a cheque for €5,000 to the Cáritas organisation as the proceeds of a special tournament at Los Arqueros to commemorate the Seve Ballesteros-designed course’s 25th anniversary.
The funds raised will be used by the charity to help under-privileged families in the lead-up to Christmas. Taylor Wimpey regional manager Ignacio Oslé formally presented the cheque to Mercedes Agüera, president of Cáritas Virgen del Rócio.
La promotora Taylor Wimpey ha hecho entrega a Cáritas la cantidad de 5.000 € fruto de la recaudación obtenida con la celebración del Torneo de Golf y Comida solidaria celebrada hoy sábado 3 de Diciembre en Los Arqueros Golf, cantidad que irá destinada a paliar las deficiencias de las familias más desfavorecidas de las zona en estas fechas previas a la Navidad.