Murcia is a province in south-eastern Spain. The 250 km long coast of the Costa Calida the “warm coast”, begins in the cosy old fishing village of San Pedro del Pinatar and extends down to the ancient Roman port city of Águilas.
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Real estate in the region of Murcia is highly sought-after by those looking for both second homes and permanent residences. Properties for sale in Murcia range from beautifully renovated townhouses and first line apartments with stunning views to country houses with large gardens and idyllic sea views and elegant family homes set in peaceful residential areas within walking distance of all amenities.
Since the financial crisis in 2008 property prices in Spain have recovered well. Average prices have risen consistently since 2017 apart from a small dip in the summer of 2020. Property prices across the province of Murcia have shown a similar trend but prices are now stabilising. Average prices in San Pedro del Pinatar, Cartagena. La Manga del Mar Menor and the city of Murcia itself all registered annual increases at the end of November 2020, of 2.3%, 1.9%, 1.8% and 0.2% respectively, demonstrating the continued desirability of these areas.
The region’s excellent quality of life attracts many international buyers and almost a fifth of all property buyers came from outside Spain in the third quarter of 2020.
Buying or selling a property can be a very stressful experience and so it is crucial to choose to help you along the way. At Fastighetsbyrån, our dedicated team of experienced professional real estate agents is committed to ensuring that the process is a stress-free as possible, guiding you throughout the entire journey from start to finish.
At Fastighetsbyrån, we take care of every detail for you from the moment you decide to put right through of your property. It is fundamental that your property is listed at the . With our extensive knowledge of the local property market, we advise you so that your property is neither overpriced or underpriced, both of which can lead to problems. It is also very important that your property is viewed by the right people, avoiding wasting your or any potential buyer’s time, and so we market your property effectively to ensure maximum visibility by suitable buyers only, wherever they may be in the world.
Once we have found the right buyer for your property, we negotiate the best possible deal for you and help you with any legal or financial requirements via our extensive network of legal and financial experts. The costs involved in selling a property can often come as a surprise at the end of the process so we make sure you are fully aware of all the right from the start. Our team of multilingual real estate agents also ensure that there are no language barriers and you are totally clear about every step of the process, whatever your language.
It is also essential that you present your property in the best possible light. This sounds obvious but it can often make all the difference, and even be a deal breaker or maker. We can advise you on hints and tips to ensure that any potential buyer will view . We also photograph your property using 360° Virtual Reality, enabling buyers to enjoy a viewing wherever they are in the world, crucial in this current climate where travel may be restricted.
Our expert real estate agents in Murcia all live locally and so have a unique knowledge of the area as well as an in-depth understanding of the local property market. through the entire process, analysing your specific requirements and ensuring that you are only shown suitable properties in the right neighbourhoods. Once you have found your dream property you may still want to make some changes and we can assist you with any renovations by connecting you with contractors and designers via our extensive database.
Our real estate office in the autonomous region of Murcia in south east Spain is located in Los Alcázares next to Mar Menor, Europe’s largest saltwater lagoon, on the Costa Cálida (“warm coast”), a 250-kilometre stretch of the Mediterranean coastline. The office also covers the surrounding areas, including the charming fishing village of San Pedro del Pinatar, Cartagena, La Manga and Mazarrón as well as the city of Murcia itself. Thanks to a unique microclimate due to the coast’s protected location in the Gulf of Mazarrón, the area boasts around 3,000 hours of sunshine a year and warm water temperatures that are on average 5 degrees higher than in the surrounding Mediterranean. An extremely popular summer holiday destination, La Manga means “sleeve” in Spanish and refers to the 20-kilometre spit of land separating Mar Menor from the Mediterranean. Cartagena attracts both sun and golf lovers, largely from Northern Europe. Murcia, the region’s capital, has Moorish origins and boasts a variety of architecture including Baroque churches, a 14th Century Cathedral and stately early 20th Century townhouses. This beautiful part of Spain not only appeals to tourists but also those looking for the excellent quality of life that Murcia provides.