Appartamenti per investitori in Estepona
VALLE ROMANO RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX
Easy ROI on your capital
- Guaranteed profitability: assured ROI of 5% per year.
- Competitive price: from €115,000.
- Tax advantages: purchase not subject to VAT (21%) and Transfer Tax.
What is Valle Romano Golf Resort?
Valle Romano Golf Resort is a luxury tourist resort comprising 98 flats in Estepona managed by ONA, a prestigious hotel chain.
Your investment will consist of tourist-use apartments, priced from 115.000€ and with a surface area of between 70 and 98 m2 (not counting the terraces which can provide from 26m2 to 125m2 extra).
During the first 5 years, you will have a 5% gross guaranteed ROI, while from the 6th year onwards, you will receive 80% of the operating profit.
In addition, your purchase will not be subject to taxes linked to the sale and purchase of real estate (ITP and 21% VAT).
Where is it located?
This resort is in the municipality of Estepona, situated at the foot of an 18-hole golf course designed by the prestigious Cabell B. Robinson.
Valle Romano is less than 10 minutes from the beach and 20 minutes from Marbella town.
- 24-hour reception.
- Concierge service.
- 24-hour security.
- Shuttle Service to beaches (in the months of July and August).
- Catering service (restaurants and bar-cafeteria).
- Sports areas with gymnasium and paddle tennis courts.
- Three swimming pools.
- Kids Club.
- Underground parking.
Why invest in the Costa del Sol?
1.It is the economic engine of Andalusia:
The Costa del Sol stretches from Malaga to Estepona, and its wealth represents approximately 20% of Andalusia’s GDP (2019 data).
Thanks to the two main sectors of its economy, real estate and tourism as well as its political and economic stability, the region saw its GDP grow by 18% between 2015 and 2019.
All this has resulted in an annual revaluation of housing by 4% to 5% and an increase in the number of visitors, which is well over 20 million travellers.
2.Because it has excellent connections:
The Coast has Malaga Airport, one of the most important in the country, with almost 20 million passengers and more than 170 destinations in 2019.
In the same year, 2.5 million travellers reached Madrid and Barcelona in less than 3 and 5 hours respectively, via the high-speed train (AVE).
In addition, the region has one of the most important cruise ports in Spain.
3.For its business fabric:
Economic balance and a well-educated labour market have allowed the creation of international start-ups, such as Freepik and BeSoccer as well as innovative projects such as the Andalusia Technology Park and Google’s Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence.
In addition to Google, technology companies such as IBM, Ericsson, Oracle and Huawei have chosen the Costa del Sol as the place to set up their headquarters.