• Average Spanish property price is €139,924 – about £116,338 (Nestoria)
  • Average UK property price is£200,251 (Nationwide)
  • Free Kyero.com Expert Guide to Retiring in Spain provides comprehensive info on retiring to Spain
Being equipped with expert information is essential for making the right property purchasing decision

Spanish property portal Kyero.com is known for connecting would-be property buyers with fantastic properties across Spain, from sun-kissed villas in Mallorca to high-end apartments with pools in Barcelona. The company is also viewed as an authority on facts and figures relating to the Spanish property market, thanks to its in-depth Data.kyero.com site.

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Now, Kyero.com has launched the first in a new series of guides, which are set to cement the company’s position as the a resource for anything and everything relating to the Spanish property market and living in Spain.

The Expert Guide to Retiring in Spain is available completely free as a download for all those considering spending their later life warming themselves under the Spanish sunshine. The comprehensive guide covers everything from pension and taxation considerations to helpful hints and tips about medical care, the Spanish diet and the local lingo. The Guide is also packed full of imagery, designed to bring to life the dream of retiring to Spain.


Martin Dell, Director of Kyero.com, comments: “We wanted to provide a free guide that offered real value to those who read it. Deciding to retire overseas is a big life change and one that shouldn’t be undertaken lightly, but it doesn’t have to be a stressful process. Armed with the right information in advance, moving abroad can be an incredible adventure, so that’s what we’ve tried to do with the Guide to Retirement – we’ve put in anything and everything we can think of that will be useful to those considering spending their golden years in Spain.”

A better quality of life

Spain is certainly a welcoming country for Brits looking to retire abroad. According to the Spanish Ministry of Employment and Social Security, there are 275,558 British residents in Spain, though other estimates put this figure considerably higher. The plentiful sunshine, excellent value food and drink, pristine golf courses and golden beaches have all served to attract plenty of foreigners, many of whom are retirees looking to live overseas in order to achieve a better quality of life than their pension could afford them in the UK. The fact that Spain has one of the best healthcare systems in the world is an important factor that also comes into play.

Property prices are of course key for those looking to head overseas to enjoy their retirement. According to Nestoria’s March 2016 figures, the average property price in Spain across all regions is €139,924. That’s about £116,338 at today’s exchange rate (although the recent Brexit decision means that this is subject to a great deal of variation at the time of publishing this information!). In the UK, the average home costs £200,251 according to Nationwide, so retirees can get nearly twice as much for their money when buying in Spain.

For further details on retiring to in Spain, visit www.kyero.com and download the free Expert Guide to Retiring in Spain. For the latest data on the state of the Spanish property market, visit data.kyero.com.