For a better customer experience, in digital we trust.
The real estate market has been buzzing in Andorra for many months. The economic growth that the Principality is experiencing, together with the policy of economic openness driven by the Andorran Government, has increased the demand for both the sale and the rent market, with an additional boost to this last one. While this combination is causing gradual price increases per square meter, when seen from the perspective of investors it is a great opportunity to get excellent return performance both in the short and medium term. Read more
This week we tour the Principality of Andorra with a selection of exclusive properties for sale; from the typical “bordas” to houses with the most advanced technology.
This apartment is located in la Pleta de El Tarter. The property is built with typical Andorran materials; stone and wood, with rustic style. It also has wooden floors and beams and a stone fireplace. The property has 98m² distributed in a living room with fireplace and access to the balcony. The kitchen is American in style fully equipped. In the rest area we find the master suite with built-in wardrobe and exit to the terrace, a double bedroom, a single bedroom and a bathroom. The property has on-site parking and privileged views of the ski slopes.
The company is present in 70 countries around the world, with 880 offices. The brand has achieved a sales volume of $10 billion in Europe and continues to grow with expansions in Asia-Pacific and the Caribbean. With the alliance with Juwai, a leading real estate portal in the Asian market, the luxury properties brand gets a place in the Asian real estate market. Read more
On 14 December, the Sotheby’s auction house located at 1334 York Avenue in New York was the chosen backdrop for the latest celebration of the traditional ‘Dreaming in Glass’ auction, a prominent auction featuring luxury lamps and mosaics by the prestigious jewellery firm Tiffany.
This auction, one of the most important and long-awaited events of the year, was complemented on 13 December with a prior public exhibit day, where the different collections up for auction were put on display. Yet another year, the bidding included masterpiece works made from a wide array of shapes and diverse techniques of the Tiffany studios.
GSRR Index highlighted that Dubai “has experienced recently a strong appetite from investors and end-users for luxury off-plan projects and this trend is expected to continue in the following months”. Among the factors that ignite the buyers’ interest are the flexible payment plan, quality options, and return on investment. Explore the following luxury off-plan projects and discover a new property to include in your portfolio.