Country: Germany Region: Berlin
Status of resort: Majority owned and managed by Realty Access.
Description: This hotel is located near the new central train station, in the district Berlin-Tiergarten, Berlin, an excellent location in the German capital and is only minutes away from the famous Kurfürstendamm. This excuisit hotel’s 49 guest rooms provide luxury and comfort. Growth P.a.: 11.2% Source: Europace 2014
Why invest: The German property price index crashed during the “credit crunch” slump of 2007. However, Realty Access experts believed it to be temporary considering the strength of the German economy. Now prices have returned to pre 2007 prices in a sharp rise by 4.8% growth in March, 5.4% in February, and 6.1% in January 2014. Germany posted a double-digit year on year house price rise of 11.2% in 2014.
This exclusive Hotel & Spa occupies a prime spot on the beautiful and culturally fascinating island of Malta. Located north in the sought- after village of Mellieha, the hotel is built on one of the many terrace levels carved out of the town’s rocky slopes. The hotel itself enjoys commanding views over the Mediterranean, the sandy beach as well as the islands of Gozo and Comino. Guests can relax around the outdoor swimming pool set in the landscaped terrace or around the one located on the rooftop. Additionally, the newly renovated Spa and wellness facility counts an indoor swimming pool amongst its many features.
The village’s popular beach is around 1 km away and easily reached either by foot or by utilizing the hotel’s complimentary shuttle service during the summer months.
Why Invest in Malta:
The Maltese property market is enjoying strong growth, with the overall house price index rising by 78.9% (53.4% inflation-adjusted). • Terraced houses saw the largest price increase of 105.3% (76% inflation-adjusted) • Apartment prices rose by 83.3% (57.1% inflation-adjusted) • Maisonettes prices increased by 81.4% (55.5% inflation -adjusted) • Townhouses and villas rose by 71.9% (47.4% inflation-adjusted)
The Maltese economy expanded by 1.6% in real terms in the first quarter of 2013, making it the best EU performer during the period, according to the National Statistics Office (NSO).
With the housing market stabilizing and last year’s dramatic price increases behind us it’s not as easy to quickly flip homes for a profit. Instead, now might be a good time to think about buying housing to hold for the long-term.
Realty Access helps you get a foot in the door.
Whether you’re an investor looking to pick up a few rental properties or a young professional interested in purchasing a first home, there are plenty of places where housing should be a pretty safe bet. The key is to buy in cities with strong job growth that people are moving to, so that the stock of potential tenants for would-be landlords is abundant.
Spain offers the largest potential for long term gain in Europe right now. The Spainish House price Index had crashed during the 2007 financial recession making luxury acquisitions a fantastic proposition. Already Spanish house price increased in the second quarter of 2014 driven by foreign property buyers in the coast and prominent cities like Barcelona. During 2006 house prices rose by 19.4%. Last year prices rose by 0.15% only but with a 48% surge in property transactions due to the attractive market prices. Realty Access agrees with qualifies sources like, ‘The Instituto Nacional de Estadistica (INE) which predicts a return to pre 2007 prices for vacation properties in the southern parts of the country with increases expected to be exceeding 12% p.a.
Spain Region: Fuengirola Status of resort: Wholly owned and managed by Realty Access Description: Situated overlooking the famous Boliches Beach, these outstanding apartments are located within a residential complex with private lush gardens, tennis courts and swimming pool. These fantastically appointed apartments bask in the mediterreanian sun for 320 days a year. All have balconies with sea views for […]
Growth P.a.: 12% Source: INE Spain offers the largest potential for long term gain in Europe right now. The Spainish House price Index had crashed during the 2007 financial recession making luxury acquisitions a fantastic proposition. Already Spanish house price increased in the second quarter of 2014 driven by foreign property buyers in the coast and prominent cities like Barcelona. […]
We stayed here for 7 nights on a room only basis. Very elegant hotel positioned on the prom. Staff are polite the young lady we dealt with at reception spoke good English and very knowledgeable. Most of the staff speak very little English. If you would like to practice your Spanish this is a good hotel for that. The room perfect, spacious, complementary tooth brush , comb, razer etc nice touches.
The food perfect, there is something for everyone. We had a fab chef both morning, freshly cooked food in front of you. Pate’s, jam’s, assorted breads, ham’s, fruit, just everything you could wish for is there. Could not fault this hotel. You can fly to Malaga airport, on arrival hop on the train to Fuengirola from there you could gat a taxi or public bus to the hotel as there is a bus stop across the road from the hotel or you could walk it would take approx. 25 mins.
If you like to shop there is a very large shopping mall called Miramar with trendy shops, eateries, along with your Costa coffee, Primark, Clair’s accessories and more just a 10 min walk away.