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Would you like to emigrate to Mallorca or at least live there part-time?

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Posted by Sandra on 27.01.2022

Could 2022 be the year you make your dreams come true and call the island your 2nd home?

There are many reasons to spend more time on the island. Palma is one of the most beautiful cities in the world - the beautiful architecture, the warm sea breeze, the vibrant year-round life, the Spanish markets and much more are the basis for a happy and fulfilled life by the sea.

More and more people from all over the world are recognising the health benefits of living by the Mediterranean, which guarantees year-round sunshine, beautiful landscapes and delicious cuisine. However, Mallorca has even more to offer. The vibrant capital city of Palma is a hotbed for new businesses that bring in an international mix of cultures, products and different values.

With many people now able to work remotely, Mallorca is seen as an attractive place to settle while working abroad. This has led to many international residents buying property by the sea or in the mountains and being able to work from home in the Mediterranean environment.

+ Over 300 hours of sunshine per year

+ No language barriers

+ high quality services

+ beautiful nature - sea & mountains

+ increased well-being due to warm weather & sea air

+ good flight connections throughout Europe

+ cosmopolitan lifestyle

+ trustworthy local experts on the subject of property purchase

+ several very good international schools

+ plenty of space and good energy for creativity

Our team is at your side when it comes to buying a property on Mallorca. The prices for real estate have increased significantly in the last year and according to the experts, the price increase in 2021 was approx. 9.3% and at the end of the year even approx. 12%. This puts the Balearic Islands at the top of the list of the most expensive autonomous regions in Spain.

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