6. Beware of extra expenses. Linking with the above, an idyllic community but forcing residents to pay a large monthly bill may detract from the property's appeal.
7. Student rentals.This is a very specific investment but offers high returns. The neighbourhoods and districts near the large university complexes (Complutense University of Madrid, University of Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Valencia ...) always enjoy a high demand for flats to rent.
8. Renovate. If a property is old and needs to be renovated, the purchase price must be negotiated sensibly. These jobs are difficult to know before you inspect the property and may dig into your budget. You must take this factor into account.
9. Take advantage of the good credit situation.
After the economic crisis years, as it is said colloquially, the tap has been turned off and the financial companies have intensified their campaigns of mortgage credits. In a macroeconomic environment marked by low interest rates, you can obtain loans or mortgages under almost unprecedented conditions.
10. When in doubt, ask.
Private investors should not fear asking for professional advice if they have any doubts about where or how to invest.