Casamona has been operating in Barcelona since 2004, building strong relationships with local contacts and investors. We can help you find buildings and development properties for sale in Barcelona. To invest in Barcelona, please email Tine@casamona.com for more information
"We do not recommend selling apartments at the moment. We also do not recommend renovating apartments at the moment. We recommend keeping the apartments as they are and renting them out at the best possible price until the property prices start rising."
Casamona is opening new ways to help our clients get the best business opportunities. We have a variety of investment opportunities in the centre and in the outskirts of Barcelona, here are more details:
We are working with owners of various buildings in the city that can become a great investment for renting. We also have an extensive network of partners offering various services, ultimately allowing us to continually add new properties to our portfolio. We help investors through the process of buying the property as a buyer agent. Our commission is between 3% and 5%, and includes exlusive work with Casamona.
We offer you a chance to invest in different commercial properties in and around Barcelona, from which you will receive the rent from the business that is currently working there. The revenue is between 4-8%. It is important to note that you will not be purchasing the business in any form, only the property or land, as well as the rent that the business currently pays in order to reside there with a contract of 10 compulsory years. There are variations of local opportunities such as gas stations, hairdressers, laundromats, and much more ranging from €175.000 to €1.7 Million.
If you are renovating a property and are in the need of a project manager, Casamona can help you!
We provide services such as:
- Interior design
- Guidance and control of a renovation project
- Acting as an intermediary between clients and distributors
- Electricity and water facilities installation
- General advice
- Have a look at where to invest in our Blog post here
There are several reasons why Barcelona is an ideal city to invest in, such as:
1. The popularity of the city as a tourist destination
2. The popularity of the city as a foreign investment hub amongst international buyers
3. The amount you can get for your money in comparison to other metropolitan cities
4. The weather
5. The quality of life
6. And the location
BARCELONA AS A TOURIST DESTINATION
Barcelona is the sixth most visited city in Europe, and is very popular amongst travellers. Barcelona has a lot to offer, such as historical monuments, the beach, and the lively atmosphere. As the popularity of the city continues to increase, investing in Barcelona becomes more and more enticing. Additionally, Barcelona is still Europe’s most popular port for cruise ships, hosting over 1.63 million passengers between January and July of 2019, according to the Ministry of Public Works (from Catalan News, September 2019). Spain’s tourism industry contributes a significant percentage to Spain’s GDP (about 10-11%), with millions of tourists visiting the beautiful city each year.
FOREIGN BUSINESS INVESTMENT
The popularity of the city also suggests that it has great potential to increase the quantity of international buyers. The city is the headquarter for many of the 5,000 foreign companies operating in Barcelona at the moment, which suggests that foreign investment has been a great success for them. Besides, there are many different sectors in Barcelona that have a lot of potential. There is a great possibility for international project investments and developments. Also, indicators in the Spanish economy reveal that the country has been improving constantly as its indexes have been growing. Especially in the last few years Barcelona and Madrid have, due to various factors, particularly qualified for an investment by foreign companies and private individuals. The diversified economy in Barcelona welcomes big international companies, which attracts an increasing number of foreign companies to set up in Barcelona.
THE AMOUNT YOU CAN GET FOR YOUR MONEY
In comparison to many other Metropolitan cities such as London and Paris, the price of purchasing a property in Barcelona is generally a lot more affordable. The cost of living in Barcelona is approximately 33% cheaper than London according to Expatistan.com. In a time of great uncertainty, lower costs in comparison to other European cities are definitely a beneficial factor when looking for an investment.
WEATHER and QUALITY OF LIFE
With around 2,524 hours of sunshine each year, it isn’t surprising that Barcelona is such a popular city. It is easy to see why many people love to visit this city. Due to the amount of sunshine, beautiful beaches, mediterranean cuisine and stunning architecture, Barcelona is a happy city. It hosts a number of incredible attractions and museums, including the Arc de Triomf, a Picasso museum, Gaudi’s Park Guell, La Sagrada Familia, Camp Nou and La Rambla. There is always something to do in Barcelona, which makes life fulfilling. There is also a range of different cuisines from all over the world, which can be enjoyed throughout the city.
Barcelona is a sought-after location in Europe. You can get to Barcelona within 1 to 3 hours from any European country. Not many European cities can combine a beautiful and historic aspect with the added element of the beach. One minute, you will be strolling through the charismatic and gothic streets of el Born, to then find yourself by the beautiful Mediterranean sea. Not many cities have a beach less than 10 minutes away from the centre! Another enticing factor of Barcelona is that it is within close proximity to the ski slopes. The Spanish Pyrenees are often a quieter and great alternative to the Alps, and a few of the ski resorts that are located near to Barcelona include la Molina, la Masella, and Port del Comte which are all just 2 hours away from Barcelona city. In addition to this, wineries, natural parks, and historical sites surround the city!
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