The average age of home buyers in the Costa del Sol has never been lower with the median age of property purchasers in the Marbella area dropping to just forty two years.
Boasting an enviable climate, low cost of living, excellent healthcare services and relaxed quality of life, the Costa del Sol has long attracted retirees from the UK and Northern Europe. It appears however that the secret is out as more and more younger buyers turn to the Costa del Sol.
With greater geographical flexibility as increasing numbers of employers and employees and freelancers have the option to live and work remotely, growing numbers of young families and entrepreneurial foreign buyers are moving to the Costa del Sol.
Confidence in Spanish property remains strong despite Brexit with the British continuing to dominate in terms of foreign demand as buyers push to purchase prior to the withdrawal in 2019.
With an average 320 sunshine days per year, an arguably better work-life balance, excellent infrastructure, a multinational environment and wide ranging international schooling options, it is no wonder why so many are choosing to live, work and bring up their families on the Costa del Sol.