By Euro Weekly News Media • 26 March 2021 • 9:43
From 29 March, people will be allowed to leave the UK in connection with the purchase, sale, letting or rental of a residential property. This is excellent news for those who want to buy second homes and those who already own them (https://amp-theguardian-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/amp.theguardian.com/politics/2021/mar/23/covid-travel-rules-will-include-stanley-johnson-loophole-for-second-homes), particularly in light of the broader travel ban extension to 30 June.
Marc Pritchard, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey España, comments:
“The news that Britons can travel once more from 29 March in order to purchase, sell or rent out a residential property overseas is excellent news. It’s the first step to unlocking the significant pent up demand for Spanish second homes that we’ve seen building up over the past year. We look forward to welcoming all those who have taken virtual tours of our properties into our show homes to finally see the homes in person.
“We had already anticipated a flurry of bookings on 12 April, when the UK government will (hopefully) announce that international travel can resume from 17 May. Now, Britons looking to purchase a second home can do so much sooner than they previously planned, which is excellent news both for those families and for the Spanish property market.”
The news comes on the day that Taylor Wimpey España launches its brand news site in Ses Salines, on the southern Mallorca coast: Ikat.
Ikat is a collection of ground floor apartments with gardens, penthouses with solarium terraces, and duplexes with both, centrally located in Ses Salines. It’s ideal for year-round living in a really authentic and pretty little town, without being on a resort and is priced VERY well for Mallorca: from €260,000 plus VAT.
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