The recent changes in the exchange rate between the Euro and the other main currencies has had its effect on property, most notably in popular second home markets such as Spain. Here in Marbella there has been a further rise in interest from an already growing demand base of buyers and investors in countries such as France, Belgium, Holland, the German-speaking countries and also Scandinavia, the UK, USA and the Middle East.
Marbella is known internationally as a glamorous seaside resort whose idyllic setting on Mediterranean shores first drew an international jet-set in the 1950s. Since then this reputation has been cemented through such classics as the Golden Mile, Puerto Banús and Nueva Andalucía, which continue to add to the iconic Marbella appeal.
Benahavis village has won the hearts of even the most seasoned visitors to the Costa del Sol. Known for its fantastic array of high quality restaurants, the village welcomes those seeking a fine dining experience in a family friendly atmosphere and a beautiful location.
Estepona has grown considerably over the years, from a small fishing village into one of the Costa del Sol’s best-loved holiday resorts. Thirty kilometres west of Marbella, it is home to a 21-kilometre stretch of beautiful coastline, protected by the impressive Reales mountain range.
The founder and director of FM Consulting Realty Group, Fausto Martínez, created an initiative to bring leading European diplomats to Málaga and Marbella – and on 16 April and that is exactly what happened when he led dignitaries from Germany, France, Austria, Sweden, Poland, Latvia and many other countries on a tour of our region.