The property market price crash witnessed in Spain has left a lot of undervalued real estate up for grabs, according to Spanish Property Insight.
Mark Stucklin, head of the property advice portal, explained that while the market is likely to remain depressed this year, canny buyers will be able to snap up some excellent deals.
However, he recommended exercising caution in choosing when to buy, as currency fluctuations will have a dramatic impact on profitability.
Furthermore, he added that with the market depressed, premium properties will be the best bet.
"Just go for prime. Ignore all the rest. Try to get the best location, best views, good quality in designs at really great prices," Mr Stucklin advised.
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