Who are we?

A synergy between two families with roots in Antwerp, Belgium, with a global mindset and a combined experience of 20 years in real estate. Furthermore, our team is fluent in six different languages, providing our clients with a comfortable feel-at-home service that does not start nor end with the acquisition of a property. Indeed, we will guide you through the entire process of the purchase! Moreover, if our clients desire to remodel their newly acquired property, our team is in touch with the best local handymen who will cater to any of the clients' needs! This only scratches the surface, however. We would be delighted to inform you more about our services by e-mail or personal call!

Buying a second home

Buying a second home or thinking about retirement in another country is not an easy decision. We can be your partner to accompany you in this decision process. All members of our team have done it for themselves and have already assisted numerous people in finding the perfect place to live in Spain.

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What the south of Spain has to offer you?

The mild and sunny climate certainly makes the Costa del Sol in Andalusia the preferred place to be in wintertime.

With a guarantee of 320 sunny days a year, Andalusia offers the best climate in Europe, especially the east coast Malaga area, called Axarquia. Average winter temperatures of 18°C and summer temperatures around 27°C make the summer days perfectly tolerable whilst enjoying a cold beer on a beach pavilion with your feet in the sand. The climate allows for many outdoor activities, which makes people leave their houses more often.

Due to its mild climate and absence of pollution, Andalusia is the perfect place to enjoy a healthy life. But excellent medical support is also present when needed.

The healthcare system in Spain is one of the best in Europe. Social security cards from other EU countries are accepted in all public hospitals. When becoming a Spanish resident, it is very easy to adhere free of charge to the Spanish security system. If needed, additional private health insurance is available at a reasonable cost. Medicines for +65 people are free of charge.

Spain, but especially Andalusia, is the place to be to enjoy delicious food and wine.

Tapas are part of the local culture and a way of serving various kinds of food in small quantities which are easy to share. Very often tapas are served in chiringuitos, which are bars or lounges at the beach, but also on the street in small villages. Food in general is not expensive in Andalusia. A daily menu of three courses may cost you around 10€. Wines are excellent and certainly not limited to the famous Ribera del Duero and Rioja brands.

In general, Spanish people are very welcoming, especially in Andalusia. You will feel at home from the moment you set foot on the ground!

The local culture is very smooth to assimilate for all Europeans. Most places in Andalusia show a good blend of locals and other Europeans and this very cosmopolitan area makes it easy to communicate and get your daily needs. The locals are openminded and like to mingle, not all of them will understand you from day one, but it is amazing how far a few words and some body language will get you! Beautiful cultural cities, such as Malaga, Granada, Cordoba, Jaén, Cádiz and Sevilla are just a few hours drive away, giving you the opportunity to taste different kinds of food and enjoy the rich history these cities have to offer.

A full shopping trolley is in average 30% cheaper in comparison with other European countries. Due to the cost of living and the ease by which you can have your pension transferred to your Spanish bank account, the South of Spain is one of the best areas to spend your retirement years.

While supermarkets cater local products, almost all of them offer many different international brands as well, so you do not have to change your eating habits if you do not want to! There are plenty of large and small supermarkets in Andalusia, as well as many malls and shopping villages, not to forget the weekly markets in all the villages, where local vendors offer you their wares at bargain prices. Furthermore, handymen, such as plumbers, masons and electricians are very skilled, not expensive, and quickly available.

Despite being situated all the way in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, Andalusia can be easily reached by plane, by train or by car.

Malaga's international airport offers a wide range of daily direct flights to most European countries. The High-Speed Train (HST) will take you directly from Malaga to Madrid and Barcelona in respectively 2,5 and 5,5 hours. The road conditions in Andalusia and the rest of Spain are amongst the best in Europe, giving you a beautiful combination of scenic coastal roads, winding mountain roads and, of course, long motorways. Incidentally, these motorways will rarely be congested; traffic jams are finally a thing of the past! Furthermore, only a short boat ride can take you from Andalusia to Tangier, Morocco, crossing the Strait of Gibraltar!

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