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What’s happening in the marketplace if you’re thinking of renting, buying or selling a property in Spain during the COVID-19 crisis.


Due to the extraordinary circumstances which have happened since the coronavirus outbreak in Spain, what has the effect been on the property market while the state of Alarm exists and its population are forced into confinement in their homes due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The health and economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has been paralysing house buying and selling on a global scale.



However, this period of home confinement has positives and can be a good time to look for a new home and start preparing the buying process, all of which can done remotely.
It’s a good time to get advice from One Marbella who have a team ready to take your calls relating to anything connected to advertising your property for sale, renting a property long term, mortgage information without having to leave your sofa.

Renting property
If you currently rent a property in Spain or own a property and rent it out, this period of confinement can also provoke difficulties and be particularly challenging for those in the rental market, tenants and landlords alike. However, the Spanish government has introduced measures for those most affected by the coronavirus crisis in Spain, including suspension of rental payments for the most vulnerable citizens.

Buying and selling
A global pandemic doesn’t sound like the ideal time to sell a property or to move to a new house, but thanks to technology the process is becoming much easier. Here at One Marbella we have a number of our sales team working from home so that there is no disruption to our ongoing sales and rentals along with help to any new enquires, we are here to help and make your property search as stress-free as possible, Whether you already live in Spain and are in the middle of your property search, selling a property, or you’re planning to move to Spain in the near future, have a look at our advice: https://one-marbella.com/en/faq/

Contact us now on +34 952 883 985 and one of our team will be happy to help you with your enquiry.

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