Established over 15 years ago. KMS Property Spain are specialists in all types of property on the Costa del Sol. From Prestigous Beach properties to Land and Fincas inland.
We have a large selection of Villas, townhouses, apartments from Malaga to Sotogrande. Our range includes Equestrian properties and Farms in areas such as Coin, Gaucin & Jimena de Frontera.
From early 2014 the Spanish property market has seen an increased demand, especially in the residential market in the Marbella area. An increase of 85% in foreign residential purchases is due to the strength of the economy in Marbella which is no longer dependent on the National economy of Spain like other parts of the country.
EVERYONE IS STILL LOOKING FOR A BARGAIN.
This is still very much the case and we strive to offer properties at sensible valuations. We also can offer a selection of Bank Repossessions with mortgages in place at competitive rates.
Our team can offer sound financial and legal advice with our network of professional experts. We offer a 'One Stop Shop' service to source your property requirements. In addition to our direct, exclusive property listings, we have access to thousands of others through our property listing connection.
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The country remains wildly popular Whether offering the best social life for expats, the hottest weather on the continent, the best beaches, the finest cuisine or simply the safest package holiday option in Europe, Spain has – despite recent struggles – maintained its appeal. The culture, climate and history of the country have moulded the nation we see today, and it is a nation that is regularly the most visited country in the world many years running. Spain is doing something right, and continues to do something right as the economy recovers – a potent combination that should set the nation in good stead for many more sun-soaked decades.
However, who have been snapping up Spanish property? Belgiums, Dutch, Germans, Scandinavians, the Irish and the French have all returned to the market, but there is one group in particular who have been welcomed back with open arms – the Spanish themselves. As unemployment soared to 27% during the bust years, doom and gloom settled across Spain like a rarely seen cloud. Hundreds of thousands of young Spaniards left, while those who stayed behind tightened their belts and sought to ride out an economic storm that brought not one, but two recessions. Prices are no longer plummeting For all its kinks and idiosyncrasies, the most curious thing about the real estate market – almost any real estate market – is that it is at its most attractive when prices are rising. As property values across Spain fell by an average of 40% between 2007 and 2012, investors and buyers stayed away. Money could not be made and bargains could not be found: what felt cheap today would have been even cheaper tomorrow. So everybody adopted a Wait and See mentality. The slowdown in price falls began at the beginning of 2013, and by the end of last year property in some regions, such as the Costa del Sol, actually began to increase in value. In 2015, prices nationally have risen by an average of 4.2%, with further increases expected next year.