Rental housing in Spain for recreation is very relevant. Especially during the summer period. So, in the summer, up to 90% of vacation rentals are booked in different cities of the country.
The greater the demand for housing, the higher its price. For example, in Barcelona or Madrid - the largest cities in Spain - you can easily rent a two-room apartment for 6,000 euros per month or 70 euros per day.
To purchase housing for rent, you need to carefully study all the legal aspects of the procedure. Lawyers of Alicante Real Estate will help in this matter and select the best option.
Short term property rental
In order for the housing purchased for rent to be in demand, the following nuances must be taken into account:
- Well ventilated apartment;
- The presence of a balcony or terrace;
- For villas and chalets - the presence of a swimming pool.
If the house has an elevator, this will only increase the cost of rent.
When renting a property, you need to pay attention to the following details:
- Type of lease - long-term (for the period of study, 3-5 years) or short-term (for the period of summer vacation).
- Location. Here it is necessary to build on the first point. If you plan to rent for a long time, it is better to buy housing in large cities near universities, but if for a vacation period - near the sea or significant tourist sites.
- Housing type. In cities, studio apartments or two-room apartments are in great demand. Apartments with a large number of bedrooms or villas with a pool will be in use during the summer.
- The conclusion of the contract. If the rental is only for a vacation period, the tenant must have a tourist visa. The rental contract must clearly state the amount of the lease, the term, the amount of the deposit, the conditions for terminating the contract and the personal information of the participants in the transaction.
If the landlord does not speak Spanish very well and does not understand the procedure, it is better to entrust the entire process to the specialists of Alicante Real Estate.