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Co mysliecie o zakupie mieszkan w Hiszpani?

Witam,

Czy myslicie ze zakup mieszkania w Hiszpani to dobra inwestycja dlugotrerminowa?

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Witam,

Czy myslicie ze zakup mieszkania w Hiszpani to dobra inwestycja dlugotrerminowa?

Dzieki za opinie

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Paw

In Spain, there is something called the leye de occupado. It's worth reading about before investing your money there.

In Spain, there is something called the leye de occupado. It's worth reading about before investing your money there.

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Hex

It depends on what you plan to do with these apartments? If you buy and hold it's a bit counterproductive, besides Trader 21 once mentioned something about "wild" tenants in Spain, breaking into apartments and then it's hard to evict them, something like "squatting". Buying for rent is better but you also need to remember to have some control over the apartment. Someone (or yourself) who will peek in. Real estate is good for investments but also has its drawbacks. I think I would prefer to buy some land. Although land is more of a diversification than an investment if you're looking to buy and do nothing with it.

It depends on what you plan to do with these apartments? If you buy and hold it's a bit counterproductive, besides Trader 21 once mentioned something about "wild" tenants in Spain, breaking into apartments and then it's hard to evict them, something like "squatting". Buying for rent is better but you also need to remember to have some control over the apartment. Someone (or yourself) who will peek in. Real estate is good for investments but also has its drawbacks. I think I would prefer to buy some land. Although land is more of a diversification than an investment if you're looking to buy and do nothing with it.

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GymAndJuice

Personally, I would rather abstain, but as Dominik rightly pointed out earlier, it all depends on what you plan to do with it and on what terms - for example, whether you plan to entrust it to management and profit from renting it out, or to manage it yourself because you will be on site, etc. It is commonly assumed that real estate is like a money tree where you do nothing and have passive income, but it's not as easy as it sounds - there are risks and responsibilities involved as well.

Personally, I would rather abstain, but as Dominik rightly pointed out earlier, it all depends on what you plan to do with it and on what terms - for example, whether you plan to entrust it to management and profit from renting it out, or to manage it yourself because you will be on site, etc. It is commonly assumed that real estate is like a money tree where you do nothing and have passive income, but it's not as easy as it sounds - there are risks and responsibilities involved as well.

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