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    USA: one-in-five Americans live in multigenerational households

    USA: one-in-five Americans live in multigenerational households Benefits and drawbacks of multigenerational living   According to a report released by the Mortgage Bankers Association, over 64 million Americans – which means one-in-five Americans – live in multigenerational households. T ...

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    Real estate taxation in Spain: useful tips to make sure you're not wrong

      Real estate taxation in Spain: useful tips to make sure you're not wrong Spain continues to experience a period of strong growth and commercial expansion, which began in 2014, causing great interest in potential investors. Also at the real estate level has been recorded this situation of ...

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    Rules to be a real estate agent in Europe

    The regulation of the profession of real estate agents is not homogeneous in Europe. In Northern Europe the real estate sector is regulated by only a few rules and by the great sense of responsibility of professionals, who train themselves constantly and always keep themselves up to date. In Souther ...

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    Renting an island off the coast of Spain is possible

      Spain is neither the Caribbean, nor a country on the Pacific Ocean or on the Aegean Sea. Real estate laws are not as permissive as they are in the countries washed by those seas; despite this, it is possible to rent a private island. The supply is limited. There are just three islands for re ...

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    Buying a home in Sierra Nevada

    Buying a home in Sierra Nevada From cold ski resorts to warm Mediterranean sunshine Sierra Nevada is a snowy mountain range in the province of Granada and  property for sale Almería (Spain). It hosts the highest peaks of continental Spain and enjoys the beneficial influence of the Mediterranea ...

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    The great recovery of foreign real estate investments in Spain

    The great recovery of foreign real estate investments in Spain The number of overseas investments is back to the level of 2008   The number of foreign real estate investments in Spain has increased by 32.8% until June 2011, in comparison with the same period of 2010, according to the datas s...

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    Spain: Marbella offers discounted luxury real estate properties

      Spain: Can the visit of a Very Important Person revitalize the real estate market of a place where the property sector has witnessed an uncontrolled building boom and has been negatively affected by the resulting real estate scandals? That was what happened in Marbella after the visit of the Am ...

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    Former religious buildings for sale in Spain

      The interest of Spanish investors in former religious buildings is increasing considerably. Numerous property buyers are hunting for their ideal deconsecrated church to convert it in a comfortable home. Ex-convents, former chapels and buildings which had a religious function in the past and wer ...

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    Spain teaches how to revamp buildings through green renovation techniques

    Spain teaches how to revamp buildings through green renovation techniques Spain has announced plans to renovate 2.2 million dwellings by 2020   According to the European Directive 27/2012, all EU members are obliged to adopt a long-term national strategy to enhance investments for the renov ...

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    Rent-to-buy: a new purchasing method to encourage real estate investments

    Rent-to-buy: a new purchasing method to encourage real estate investments Getting on the housing ladder is now easier thanks to new ways of purchasing property The global economic crisis has struck the real estate market of many countries in the world heavily. First-time buyers and tenant buye ...

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    Real estate investment opportunities in Menorca

      Spain: Menorca – the second largest island of Balearic Islands – has always been English tourists’ priviliged holiday destination. The island is not trendy and fashionable like Ibiza and Formentera yet, but it is in no way inferior to them; on the contrary, it is greener and less built. The ...

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    Balearic Islands: the high-end market is successful

    The situation of the real estate market of Ibiza has been unusual since the burst of the housing bubble that took place on the island. The Parliament has recently approved a restriction to the law on construction on the Balearic Islands, especially on Majorca and Ibiza. The new Ley del Suelo prohib ...

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