Business Sellers on Spain’s Costa del Sol are Very Cautious as They Watch The Markets

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BUSINESS sellers on Spain’s Costa del Sol are getting very cautious as they watch the markets.

Experts like Benalmadena real-estate company owner, Daniel Martinez, are telling selling clients to hold their nerve over making too big a drop in the prices they are asking for.

Daniel told the Euro Weekly News: “I’ve been telling sellers not to cut their prices, as we need to fully gauge the market, especially as we’ve only just been able to return to do viewings.

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“Of course prices are going to drop but without international flights and foreign investment, we are just having to rely on the domestic Spanish market at the moment.”

Daniel continued: “If international flights start in July, then the market fall in prices for businesses and real estate will be less steep than it is now.”

As Phase 1 rules came into play for the Costa del Sol this week, the EWN heard about a number of companies getting full appointment books to look around places like bars and restaurants.


With Ryanair resuming services in a few weeks time, and today’s announcement from easyJet that they are reintroducing flights on some of their routes in mid-June, Daniel’s advice to business sellers to “gauge the market” will very much be taken on board.

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