Living in Spain
Spain is a country of 40 million people, with low population density and one of the world’s best climates. The international weather journal Weatherwise has repeatedly ranked two locations in Spain among the world’s Top 10 places to live based on climate conditions, namely Canary Islands and Barcelona.
Investing in Spain
Spain is the Eurozone country that has most strongly recovered from the economic crisis, growing by 3.2% in 2015, compared with 1.8% for the Eurozone on average. Spain is also Eurozone’s best country to invest, particularly in real estate, according to major international rankings such as AT Kearney, Cushman Wakefield, etc.
This permit has been created recently in Spain for investors in real estate and other types of assets, such as debt or shares. For investors in real estate, it is required that they have bought one or more properties worth at least € 500,000. Real estate must be purchased without charges, free of mortgage.