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Buying a property in Spain – Mortgages

If you are thinking about buying a property in Spain, and would like to take advantage of competitively priced financing, you should start arranging your Spanish mortgage as soon as possible. Spain’s property market is a far cry from the fragile bubble that existed before the global financial crisis of 2008. Increasing government regulation of…

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How to apply for Spanish nationality

How to apply for Spanish nationality. The ultimate guide. Summer, 2017 INTRODUCTION   In the last decade, the number of applications for Spanish Citizenship through residency has increased, and the forecast for the coming years is that it will keep increasing, given that the acquisition of Spanish nationality is the full integration of the legally…

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Restaurante Vall de Cavall – Javea

Restaurante Vall de Cavall – “Valley of Horses” – is located a short drive from the beaches in Javea, positioned just near Gata de Gorgos in a very tranquil valley. With views toward Montgo mountain, diners can enjoy a superb meal whilst the childeren have fun at the play area or in the swimming pool. The restaurant…

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Can you guess what Miguel’s next sculpture is going to be?

Can you guess what Miguel’s next sculpture is going to be? Miguel Angel Miguel Garcia’s star project is the work he is currently doing in the Pinosol park. 20 sculptures will adorn and enhance the charred remains of a proportion of the recreational area in ​​Xàbia. After the fire, “I came up with the idea…

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Javea rises from the ashes.

Talented sculptor Miguel Angel Miguel Garcia is giving burnt tree trunks a new lease of life carving them in to Birds of Prey, Woodpeckers, Giraffes and all sorts of wonderful creatures. The area of Pinosol Park suffered badly from the fires last September and this is precisely where Miguel Angel started his magic. He first…

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Javea Old Town

The Old Town Of Javea Javea old town is steeped in history and it’s evident in the architecture, with its Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings. The church of San Bartolemé in the town centre is an example of late gothic architecture with a defensive character. The “Soler…

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Residency in Spain: Golden Visa Scheme

In 2013 Spain introduced a law offering residency permits to non-EU nationals in return for an investment of €500,000 or more in Spanish property. This became popularly known as the Spanish Golden Visa scheme. The objective of the law is to attract entrepreneurs to Spain, and stimulate foreign investment in Spanish real estate and job…

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Spain’s house prices on the up as Spanish residential property represents sound investment

Spain’s property market moving as Spain remains ever popular with buyers. It is a far cry from the fragile bubble that existed before the global financial crisis of 2008. Increasing government regulation of financial institutions and more effective oversight of banks and lenders has prompted a culture of financial due diligence and safe practice. Prices…

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