The asking price for property in Girona has remained stable over the last five years despite the downturn in the Spanish property market, according to figures from Kyero.com, the Spanish property portal featuring properties from over 1,500 estate agents.
In Q1 2006, the average asking price for a property in Girona was 322,000 Euros, 29.9% above the Spanish national average. This has now risen to an average of 422,000 Euros for Q2 2011, 72.2% above the rest of Spain.
Although the Spanish market as a whole has seen asking prices drop from an average of 248,000 Euros in Q1 2006 to 233,000 Euros in Q1 2011, properties in Girona have seen a rise over this period from 322,000 Euros to 401,000 Euros.
For those looking for a safe investment over the long term, property in Girona has proven itself to be a solid choice even in a volatile market. Investors can also take advantage of current highly favourable mortgage rates both at home and in the Euro zone.
What is more, according to Select Property properties on prestigious golf courses in Spain are proving themselves as a hugely reliable investment owing to the excellent rental and re-sale returns that can be expected. This is due to the extended season a golf course offers, the security and hassle-free, low maintenance style of living. It is crucial, however, to choose a property on a prominent, professionally designed course.
An investment in the one of Spain’s leading golf and real estate developments, PGA Catalunya, ticks all the boxes. Designed by Neil Coles and Angel Gallardo, the course has twice staged the Spanish Open and is currently rated Number 2 in Spain and Number 4 in Europe by Top 100 Golf Courses. Unparalleled facilities and sleek architectural lines will ensure your property remains a highly sought after investment for years to come.
In addition, PGA Catalunya Resort is offering buyers a guaranteed exchange rate of €1.25 on all purchases of plots in the resort’s two residential neighbourhoods, La Selva and La Vinya until September 2011.