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Los inversores extranjeros vuelven a pujar por los grandes edificios de Barcelona

April 24, 2014

Las grandes piezas del monopoly barcelonés han vuelto a salir al mercado alentadas por el desembarco de capital extranjero. Edificios como la Torre Agbar, el hotel Vela o la antigua sede de Banesto han cambiado de manos en los últimos nueve meses, en los que las consultoras estiman que han llegado sobre la capital catalana cerca de 1.500 millones de euros. (…)
El mercado inmobiliario barcelonés vuelve a estar de moda. Tras una caída del precio de los edificios de hasta la mitad, una expansión turística constante y la existencia de propietarios que necesitan hacer caja, la ciudad vuelve a estar en el punto de mira de inversores internacionales y family offices, los instrumentos con los que las grandes familias gestionan su patrimonio. (...)

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Un Think Tank de expertos crea YKSIS

November 27, 2013

Cuatro expertos en el mercado inmobiliario internacional han creado una plataforma, bautizada como YKSIS, enfocada a captar inversores extranjeros, principalmente de países árabes, hacia el mercado español.

El objetivo de YKSIS es ofrecer a los inversores un asesoramiento integral en materia inmobiliaria, aprovechando la entrada en vigor de la Ley de emprendedores, que permite a los extranjeros obtener la residencia en España a cambio de la compra de inmuebles valorados como mínimo en 500.000 euros.

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Residency visa for investors

October 3, 2013

The official Gazette number 233 dated 28/09/13 publishes law 14/2013 issued on the 27th of September which is related to the support of the entrepreneurs and their internationalization. (…)
The residency visa for investors will be granted when the following conditions are met: (…) The acquisition of immovable assets in Spain with an investment equal or superior to five hundred thousand Euros (€500.000) for each applicant.

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Spanish Parliament Approves Investor Residency Law

September 27, 2013

By Mark Stucklin |
worldpropertychannel.com
A bill granting qualified Spanish residency and Schengen-area access to non-EU investors has been passed by the Spanish parliament, and now just awaits signature by the King, and publication in the official gazette to become law. The new law will enable non-EU nationals to get qualified Spanish residency permits in return for investing in real estate (and other assets), leading to permanent residency in Spain if certain conditions are fulfilled.

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…to live and move around the Schen­gen area

September 27, 2013

EU visa for property purchase expands in Southern Europe.
The Span­ish Con­gress approved the final draft that will allow non-EU nation­als to obtain a res­i­dence per­mit if they pur­chase prop­er­ty in Spain to the val­ue of €500,000 or more. The new law pro­vides a sin­gle or mul­ti­ple pur­chase of prop­er­ty. (…) A pur­chase of a prop­er­ty (or prop­er­ties) buys a non-EU cit­i­zen the right to live and move around the Schen­gen area for a cer­tain peri­od, too. The host coun­try not only pock­ets the invest­ment, but opens room for devel­op­ment for the con­struc­tion sec­tor, which typ­i­cal­ly pro­vides many jobs.

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Permisos de residencia

September 19, 2013

(…) Por otra parte, con Ley de Emprendedores el Gobierno facilitará y agilizará la concesión de permisos de residencia a extranjeros que realicen adquisiciones inmobiliarias en España por encima del medio millón de euros.

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Spain Woos Deep Pockets

May 24, 2013

New Law Offers Residency to Foreigners Who Buy Luxury Homes or Create Jobs.
(…) The number of nonresident foreigners buying homes is growing but still represented just 1.5% of transactions in the first quarter of this year, accord- ing to the Public Works Ministry.
More than half of the new, va- cant homes are in Spain’s coastal regions, the government said. Local real-estate agents say Chi- nese and Russian nationals are showing strong interest, espe- cially in wealthy, resort-filled beach areas such as Marbella in southern Spain.

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