Madrid/Palma.—Spain has been one of the preferred tourist destinations for decades and that factor seems to be keeping the real estate scene alive and buzzing in the country.

Investors from all around the world are looking to buy properties in Spain that are in prime inland and coastal locations.
What's more, the prices of properties have fallen over the last two years and the economic crisis has caused further price drops.
This has resulted in excellent properties being available at affordable prices, even for international investors.
Taylor Wimpey Espana is a realtor in Spain who has more than 15 years of experience in marketing properties. The numbers of sales in the company indicate that real estate market in Spain is alive and will liven up even more in 2013. A spokesman for the company says that the present economic condition is one of the hardest they have had to face. But that said they have taken the opportunity to offer prime properties at affordable prices to international investors. That is what has enabled them to still keep the business booming despite the lethargic condition of the country's economy.

Even when the economy was doing well, Spain was a tourist hotspot. That has not changed over the years and the tourists continue to flock to the country in swelling numbers. What has changed is that people who have surplus money are looking at Spain in a completely new light. They have recognized the excellent investment option which will not only give them a holiday getaway spot but also a lucrative business proposition.

When investors want to holiday in Spain, they can stay at their own property without any strings attached. When they are not staying there, investors can rent their property to other tourists. There are a number of takers for this kind of an option, especially if the property is in a prime location and is easy on the pocket.

Taylor Wimpey Espana reported that the company witnessed an improvement in their sales volume of over 30%. This is in a time when the Spanish government is struggling to keep its economy afloat with all the help it can get. The holiday season sales figures were staggering when compared to the sales numbers the company recorded in the same time in 2011. There was an increase of 375%, something that Taylor Wimpey Espana has seen for the first time in its long career.

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