Casamona International Real Estate

How can Casamona help you invest in Barcelona?

Casamona has been operating in Barcelona for more than 15 years building strong relationships with local contacts and investors. Casamona can help you find buildings and development properties for sale in Barcelona. To invest in Barcelona, please email for more information

Investment Options

Why invest in Barcelona?

According to the World Tourism Organization, Barcelona is the 6th most visited city in Europe. This suggests a great potential for the increase in 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 many of them. Besides, there are many different sectors in Barcelona that have a lot of potential but require investment to be started. Therefore, there is a great possibility for international project investments and developments. This makes Barcelona the 7th most promising city in Europe in terms of future perspectives.

Moreover, indicators in the Spanish economy reveal that the country has been improving constantly as its indexes have been on the growth. There is a great interest in the real estate sector, where the housing market is powered and the rental market is continuing to grow in the coming months.

This is what the founder of Casamona, Tine Mathiassen, suggests for 2019:

"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."

Investment Options

Casamona is opening new ways to help our clients to get the best interest and business opportunities. We have a variety of investment opportunities in the center and in the outskirts of Barcelona.

LOCALS with 4-8% in ROI

We are offering you a chance to invest in different commercial properties inside and outside of 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.

Buildings In the Center of Barcelona

We have the contact of around 40 buildings in the city that are a great investment for rent. We help investors through the process of buying the property as a buyer agent. Our commission is 3% and the exclusivity of working with us.

How can Casamona help you to invest in Barcelona?

Casamona has been operating in Barcelona for more than 13 years building strong relationships with local contacts and investors. Casamona can help you find buildings and development properties for sale. To invest in Barcelona, please email for more information.

Renovation and Project Management:

If you are renovating a property and are in the need of a project manager, Casamona can help you out!

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.
  • Painting.
  • General advice.

Why Invest in Barcelona?

Read the 2016 interview with Founder and Director of Casamona, Tine Mathiassen on Forbes Business Magazine.

"With concerns of Spain’s economy subsiding, thanks to the strong pace it demonstrated in the fourth quarter of 2015 despite a rather inconclusive national election, eyes have now turned to the real estate market in the country. Because Spain has been enjoying a robust recovery from its double-dip recession, there is new foreign interest in the real estate market.

There are a number of reasons for the rise in interest in the real estate market, particularly around large cities like Barcelona. One reason is that loan defaults which had a major impact on Spanish banks in recent years dropped in 2015 which signals that consumers are earning more and helping in pushing back concerns about the economy as a whole. The Spanish government 10-Y bonds are now trading around a 1.5% rate, a dramatic decline compared with the 7.2% rate they were traded around the summer of 2012, a strong signal of confidence in the Spanish economy.

The housing index in Spain in the third quarter of 2015 was 1476 €/Sq.m. which was still more than 40% under the all-time high set in the first quarter of 2008 which was 2101€/Sq.m. Although the market was dropping in 2013 and 2014, investors such as Azora and Goldman Sachs were keen on the potential it offered in the near future and started to make purchases even in 2013."

Have a look at where to invest in our blog post here.

Tine Mathiassen, owner of the Casamona Real Estate and a leading real estate broker recently sat down for a Q&A session to provide a better understanding of the market.

  • Omri Barzilay: How is the general economic climate in Spain these days? Can the young generation buy a home?

    Tine Mathiassen: “Our market is mostly driven by foreigners, which is almost 25% of all buyers in Barcelona. Tax regulations support the younger generation because if you are under 32 years old you pay 5% instead of 10%. But, we still have a very high unemployment rate for young people here in Barcelona. We don’t see many young people buying homes.”

  • Omri Barzilay: What are the hottest neighborhoods right now?

    Tine Mathiassen: “Barcelona is changing a lot and has been for the last 5 years. The harbor now has huge yachts, where before it was a harbor for regular people who had sailing boats. They made a new club called “Ocean Club” where only members are welcome and where locals can look at the rich people having parties. This change has caused some tension between the local people and the rich people (including foreigners). But, I think the locals have lost already. The area is changing and foreigners are buying apartments in Barcelona and they will pay 20% to 30% more than a Catalan will pay. Especially Scandinavians tend to pay a higher price as they love the sea and the beach. The luxury yacht owners are also interested in buying here. They want views and they are buying the larger, more expensive apartments. W hotel was opened in this area around 2009 and was bought by Saudis investors. Maybe this is also a reason for why we see many yachts also owned by Saudis? I think this area will change even more a few years to come. Other interesting areas are Eixample, which was an area where mostly local Catalan was buying, but now we see Golden Visa V +0.31% buyers, Italians and other rich foreigners buying large apartments here, too. Here, you get the beautiful Catalan style apartments with mosaic floors and height ceilings.”

  • Omri Barzilay: How is the demand these days, especially compared with 1-2 years ago?

    Tine Mathiassen: ”We have a lot more buyers from the UK again. The pound is strong and the British people are buying again. We also see ”Rich Refugees” coming to Spain. They are from Syria, Egypt, Turkey and buying property for more than 500.000 Euros and then they can get a visa to Spain (or Europe). They buy either one large or 2 smaller flats and then they can rent one out and keep the other one. We are also seeing US buyers again. The dollar is strong and Americans are coming to Barcelona. They are often buying “summer” homes by the beach. Last we have a lot of investors. They invested in stocks before, but now they are doing real estate. Barcelona is a pretty safe city and prices are growing again. They buy buildings, renovate them and sell them. Many local Catalan companies are helping with 20% of the costs or the investor is buying and a local builder is doing the renovation. Many larger funds who need places to invest are looking to use their money in this market.

  • Omri Barzilay: Was 2015 a good year for real estate in Barcelona?

    Tine Mathiassen: “Yes! We had the best year in 2015 in 11 years. So with all these new buyers, we have a lot to do!”

  • Omri Barzilay: What will be the trends for 2016?

    Tine Mathiassen: ”For apartments we see people going for the old style again where for just 3-4 years ago most buyers wanted modern apartments. It’s nice to see builders who are buying buildings and renovate them with love and care for the old style. In the past investors were doing cheap renovations and it’s great to notice that this trend is passing by. When it comes to foreign investors I see many Israeli investors coming in. Hopefully, they have a better taste than the previous investors.

    I believe that 2016 will be even better than in 2015 as the economy is improving more locals and foreigners will continue to buy.”