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Mallorca with a promising start to the 2022 season

The desire to go on holiday after two years of pandemic is huge all over Europe and so with spring temperatures of 20 degrees, hundreds of thousands of holiday-makers from all over Europe are spending their Easter holidays in Mallorca. The Corona rules are currently being relaxed and the requirement to wear a mask was removed on April 19th, so that the most popular holiday island in Europe is starting into a promising 2022 season. Hotels and holiday-home owners can look forward to record bookings. Traditionally the tourist season in Mallorca begins with Easter week, one of the highlights for years having been the Easter procession at the Calvary mountain in Pollensa, popular not only amongst religiously-minded people. This year once again large numbers of spectators gathered along t...
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Market study of real estate in Mallorca 2022 – Mallorca real estate is gradually becoming scarce

In the south-west the number of properties offered for sale is down by a third. Despite the increased amount of new constructions offers have reduced by almost 20 per cent Mallorca property prices rise by up to 18 per cent Almost 10,000 euros per square metre in the luxury segment Price level still significantly lower than in Germany Despite the high rate of new construction supply has declined around 18 percent Those who currently want to buy a vacation property in Mallorca, must choose from a much smaller supply compared to last year, decide quickly and pay a higher price. That is the conclusion of an independent market study commissioned by the real estate agency Porta Mallorquina Real Estate. And experts do not see an end to the real estate boom in Mallorca. The le...
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Porta Mallorquina sales volume increased significantly in 2021

With the lifting of the travel restrictions, the breakthrough finally came. In May 2021, Porta Mallorquina registered a record number of over 700 enquiries per month, and the level in June was also significantly higher than the usual average. This high demand is also reflected in the positive sales figures. As of 30.06.2021, the subsidiary company of the listed Homes & Holiday AG reported a sales volume of 81.6 million euros including existing option contracts, and so already exceeds the total volume of 2020 after only six months, an amount of 65.2 million euros. A sales turnover of 44.3 million euros was notarized in the first half of the year. The commission volume also increased significantly to 1.781 million euros as at 30th June. If the option contracts are also incl...
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Around 30 percent price increase for Mallorca properties in five years

Porta Mallorquina Real Estate presents a new market study Market Study Holiday Property Market Mallorca Results 2021 Since 2015, the Steinbeis Transfer Institute (STI) Centre for Real Estate Studies (CRES) has been conducting regular market studies on the holiday property markets in Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca on behalf of Porta Mallorquina Real Estate. The focus of this study, which is being carried out for the seventh time, is on holiday properties for sale in Mallorca. This market study aims to provide an up-to-date overview and can be used during a long-term comparison to check the value of your investments. Apart from the "emotional return" when finding the right property, rational considerations of the "monetary return" are becoming increasingly important in these times of low...
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All eyes are on Mallorca once again

Having been in the media spotlight almost a year ago when the season restarted, once again all hope has been placed in the Germans. Stefanie Claudia Müller Tom Mardorf is leaving the island. Even though Mallorca still seems empty compared to the record summer of 2019, he believes that he desperately needs a change of scenery: "I need to have a rest." The 58-year-old has spent the past few months setting up a food bank together with the evangelical church in Santa Ponsa, distributing tinned food, vegetables, fruit and hygiene items to dozens of families every day. "Many of the people have never asked for help with food in their lives, and I was shocked by the sudden poverty of many people when I returned to the island last September after a long absence," says the German entrepreneu...
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Porta Mallorquina increases turnover

Real estate business flourishes despite pandemic Concrete gold remains a popular currency even in times of crisis. Represented all over the island, Porta Mallorquina Real Estate reports an 11 percent increase in sales volume during the last financial year, while the commission made on property sales rose by 8 percent overall. The average sales price for houses was around 980,000 euros and for apartments 362,000 euros. The most expensive property sold was a villa in Andratx, which changed hands for 6.8 million. Just under 70 percent of the buyers were from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The proportion of British buyers continued to decline in 2020, while the Nordic countries remained constant compared to previous years. Online viewings popular Timo Weibel, director of Porta Ma...
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Porta Mallorquina opens new real estate shop in Santa Ponsa

Despite the current lockdown, Porta Mallorquina continues to expand its presence on the island. Its new real estate shop is located in Carrer de Son Thomas 2, Calvià, in the well-known Son Bugadelles business park which is situated between Portals Nous and Santa Ponsa. A special feature of the location is that the real estate agency is located in the same building as the Illes fitness studio. "The Illes fitness studio is very popular with residents, and the excellent transport connections and convenient parking in front of the door make this location ideal for us", says Porta Mallorquina franchise partner Mirjana Antic when describing the advantages of the new location. The new shop replaces the previous office in Portals Nous, which was closed in May 2020 due to ongoing probl...
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Mallorca: the perfect setting

Whether in the south, east or west - making films, series and spots on the Balearic Islands is in, and owning a house close to the location of a box-office success or the home of a famous actor can also be a winner. by Stefanie Claudia Müller In 2019 Mallorca was the location for around 300 productions from simple photo shoots, advertising spots and short film productions, to complete television series such as the BBC crime thriller "The Mallorca Files". "The Night Manager", based on the 1993 novel of the same name by John le Carré, was also made in Mallorca. The author himself loves the island which is the ideal place for his protagonists: "In the northern foothills we found paradise for a rich man like Richard Roper.'' He is referring to the Sa Fortaleza fortress near Pollença, o...
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Smaller pools, less living space – Mallorca introduces new construction regulations for fincas

Spring 2020 – Mallorca's economy suffers massively from the effects of the Corona Pandemic. At the end of May came the desired, positive signal from Madrid – at the latest from the 1st July foreign tourists can enter the country once again. Hoteliers, restaurant and bar-owners can breathe a sigh of relief, at last light at the end of the tunnel. Around 40% of the gross domestic product of the Balearic islands is at stake if the tourists fail to arrive. With at least 20% of the GDP the building industry is the second biggest economic factor, but now this segment is also being severly restricted, not only by the pandemic but also by a new law from the island government which came into force on the 25th May 2020. The 'decreto Ley 9/2020 de medidas urgentes de proteccion del territorio de l...
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Sabine Christiansen presents a panel of experts discussing the future of the real estate market in Mallorca

On the 25th April almost 500 participants followed a webinar on the subject of  'the Mallorca real estate market – launching pad or dead end?' The discussion took place at the invitation of the local tax specialists European@ccounting and was moderated by the well-known TV journalist Sabine Christiansen. The former current affairs presenter has herself owned a property in Mallorca for some years and decided to spend the Corona lockdown on the island. The complete webinar on Youtube https://youtu.be/sdqAypSy0ro The experts and guests invited to take part were Hans Lenz in his capacity as managing director of the newly-founded international real estate association ABINI, Timo Weibel, managing director of Porta Malllorquina, Lutz Minkner, founder of the real estate agency Minkner &a...