Ditch the pud for paella and have yourself a sunny little Christmas in Spain

Spending Christmas in Spain is often a driving factor for many people looking to buy a new home in under the Spanish sun with a rise in the number of properties sold in the run-up to the festive period registered by Spanish house builder Taylor Wimpey España.

https://www.euroweeklynews.com/3.0.15/properties-in-spain-sale-real-estate-spain/146844-ditch-the-pud-for-paella-and-have-yourself-a-sunny-little-christmas-in-spain

“Spanish housing market has remained strong throughout 2017” reports Taylor Wimpey España

Taylor Wimpey Espaná has announced that the company has seen continued growth in the Spanish housing market with a total order book, as of 5 November 2017, standing at 388 homes.

This represents a 13% increase on the equivalent period in 2016 (342 homes) with Spain’s leading housebuilder expecting the business to report another year of growth in operating profit* in 2017 (FY 2016: £20.6 million operating profit*).

http://www.estateagentnews.co.uk/spanish-housing-market-remained-strong-throughout-2017-reports-taylor-wimpey-espana/

Why developers are banking on Spain’s prime appeal

Taylor Wimpey España has seen buyer budgets’ rise over the past 18 to 24 months by an average of 10 per cent. Today a Taylor Wimpey España home in Spain will cost on average (£350,000). In total, the leading British developer completed nearly 30 per cent more properties across Spain in H1 2017 than H1 2016, and grew their order book by nearly 2 per cent.

According to Taylor Wimpey España, which has been selling homes in Spain for almost 60 years, the rise is primarily accounted for by the sale of properties within more luxurious (and hence expensive) new developments to affluent overseas buyers.

http://www.opp.today/why-developers-are-banking-on-spains-prime-appeal/

Two Costa hotspots are the most popular places for Brits buying second homes

Marbella and Mijas are in the top three, only beaten by Torrevieja, in Alicante, according to leading homebuilder Taylor Wimpey. While, Torrevieja topped the charts thanks to its beaches and affordable homes, Marbella and Mijas were very close behind.

http://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news/2017/10/02/two-costa-hotspots-are-the-most-popular-places-for-brits-buying-second-homes/

Record number of UK expats spend their silver years in Spain

Taylor Wimpey Espana:“When it comes to who is moving and living in Spain, over the last decade we have witnessed the marked growth of those of retirement age choosing to relocate. We now receive more than double the number of enquiries from this demographic than we did 10 years ago, a trend which the ONS data also reflects.”

http://www.londonlovesbusiness.com/property/record-number-of-uk-expats-spend-their-silver-years-in-spain

4 most popular places to buy a second home in Spain

For buyers, location is crucial however. Over the summer, Spain’s leading homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Espana has seen particular interest from British buyers in these four favourite spots.

The new Horizon Golf complex typifies the high-end properties buyers can purchase in Mijas. In partnership with FBD Hotels and Resorts, Taylor Wimpey Espana has unveiled a new phase of this development comprised of 2 and 3 bedroom terraced homes, which boast breathtaking views over the famous Campo Asia golf course.

http://www.easier.com/137287-4-most-popular-places-to-buy-a-second-home-in-spain.html