Stockholm played host to the recent Eurovision Song Contest, but who will win the Eurovision property battle?

Stockholm hosted the 61st Eurovision Song Contest recently as millions of people from all over the world tuned in to witness the weird and wonderful spectacle of the event. Competing just as many times as Sweden but without the enviable scorecard, Spain’s last win was back in 1969. However, it is Spain’s real estate that is faring much better in comparison to its Eurovision competitors.

Spain’s property market looks set to receive maximum points this year as sales to international buyers continue to soar and overseas investors are returning in their masses.

The majority of these purchases are by fellow Europeans, with UK buyers leading the way and accounting for 21% of all sales in 2015. However, according to the latest report from the College of Property Registrars (Registradores), demand from this year’s Song Contest host country is rapidly increasing with 2,755 sales completed in 2015, 6% of the total amount.

Marc Pritchard, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey España, is delighted that overseas buyers, especially those from within Europe, are returning to the Spanish property market and believes this will only increase throughout 2016. He explains, “The Spanish housing market has experienced an encouraging start to the year and with an increasing number of overseas buyers looking to Spain, I would expect this positive trend to continue during the coming months.”

Panorama Mar is Taylor Wimpey Espana’s new frontline development, situated in Punta Prima, Torrevieja. This private residential complex offers an array of two and three bedroom apartments, with two bathrooms and an underground parking space. Each apartment in the first phase is south facing and therefore has spacious terraces and stunning views over the Mediterranean.

http://homesandtravel.co.uk/2016/05/18/stockholm-played-host-eurovision

Taylor Wimpey España tackle the testing terrain of the Scottish highlands in the name of charity

  • Taylor Wimpey Charity Challenge 2016 sees employees climbing the highest mountain in the British Isles
  • Taylor Wimpey España raise £8,945.89 for the Youth Adventure Trust

This weekend saw Taylor Wimpey employees complete the 2016 Charity Challenge, ‘Going for Gold’.

Having already battled the Brecon Beacons and prevailed in the Peak District, this year’s challenge transported employees to bonny Scotland, home of haggis, the kilt, Highland Games and Ben Nevis. Fondly known as ‘The Ben’, Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the British Isles standing at an impressive 1,345 metres.

In a statement earlier today, Pete Redfern, Chief Executive of Taylor Wimpey plc thanked all those who took part in the challenge,

It was a great event.. We raised over £180K for the Youth Adventure Trust Charity and those Charities chosen by each local team.

http://www.theleader.info/article/50637/spain/national/taylor-wimpey-espana

Mallorca celebrates place in the world’s top 10 best island destinations

2016 continues to be a significant year for the Spanish island of Mallorca as it becomes prominent on an increasing amount of holiday wish lists. A new entry for 2016, TripAdvisor’s latest installment of their Travelers’ Choice awards revealed that Mallorca is now the sixth best island in the world confirming its place as one of this year’s go-to holiday hotspots.

Leading Spanish homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Espana has definitely experienced a growing interest for property on the island and are answering this rising demand with the launch of their newest development. Bahia Sant Pere is a Mediterranean-inspired residential development situated in the traditional north east coastal village of Colonia de Sant Pere, perfect for those wanting a more rural setting for their second home.

http://www.easier.com/133812-mallorca-celebrates-place-in-the-worlds-top-10

 

Island tourism takes off as easyJet reveal Palma de Mallorca as their first ever seasonal base

Leading Spanish homebuilder Taylor Wimpey España, has a beautiful selection of properties on the island, with something to suit each individual buyer. Experiencing a rise in demand for property in Mallorca, Taylor Wimpey España have expanded their sun kissed portfolio further with the newBahia Sant Pere. This newest development is a Mediterranean-inspired residential complex situated in the traditional north east coastal village of Colonia de Sant Pere, perfect for those wanting a more rural setting for their second home.

http://financedigest.com/island-tourism

Top of their league: 10 homes for football fans

La Cala Golf Resort is home to a professional football camp. The facilities attract the world’s top teams: FC Porto (Portugal), Atlante FC (Mexico), Anderlecht (Belgium), Dynamo Moscow (Russia) and the English U-21 squad. Horizon Golf is a gated development within the resort, offering 55 three-bedroom villas. Residents also have the use of a spa, pool, communal gardens and the sports facilities.

http://www.everythingoverseas.com

 

Spain 3rd most popular market in Europe

Spain is the third most popular market in Europe among real estate investors. Spain as the number three destination on the continent among professional investors, behind only Germany and the UK.

Spanish homebuilder Taylor Wimpey España has just revealed details of its newest frontline development, Panorama Mar, situated on the Punta Prima beach.

http://www.themovechannel.com/magazine/property-investment/spain

An Irish firm is targeting wealthy Brits with a €40m development at this Spanish resort

THE PROPERTY GROUP owned by  Farmers Business Developments (FBD) expects buyers from the UK, Scandinavia and Belgium to snap up most of the properties it plans to build at a resort in Spain.

The move is part of a joint venture with Taylor Wimpey Spain, the Spanish subsidiary of British-based FTSE 100 company Taylor Wimpey.

http://businessetc.thejournal.ie