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How to sell more real estates in Spain through Golden Visas

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The global real estate agency brand Fine & Country organised in Barcelona’s Liceu the 14th of June 2017 and the following day in Marbella at Hotel el Fuerte presentations made on subjects like Brexit, and the Spanish Golden Visa scheme.

In that presentation there were many factors that Antonio Caracuel, CEO at Caracuel Abogados with offices in Marbella, Barcelona, and Valencia – pointed at his ‘Golden Visa’ scheme, and pointed out that Barcelona is the most popular destination for Golden Visa investors by a wide margin at the moment.

Getting the Golden Visa the investors and clients will get the Spanish Residence but also they will be able to travel any of the 26 Schengen Countries. 

Schengen Countries

Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland (not a European Union Member State), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein (not a European Union Member State), Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway (not a European Union Member State), Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Swiss (not a European Union Member State).

26 Schengen Countries
Antonio Caracuel exposed the number of Golden Visas Applications between 2013 and 2016. A total of 2093 properties were sold applying for the Golden Visa.
  Properties Sold with Golden Visa Application (2.013 - 2.016)
Alicante 151
Barcelona 893
Gerona 91
Madrid 306
Malaga 348
Valencia 77
Rest of Spain 227
TOTAL  2.093


percentage properties sold 2013 2016 golden visa application
Percentage Properties Sold between 2013-2016 with Golden Visa Application
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