The thought of living in Spain has at some timecrossed the minds of those renting a villa for your holiday is that often your next door neighboursare expats residents and often turn out to be willing to helpyou out with their local knowledge.
The downside is that you start to dream about their lifestyle and to think about the benefits of sandy beaches nearby, long sunny days and wonderful local foods.
Proerties prices in Spain may have suffered from the fall in the value of sterling but the economic downturn has also had an effect on property values. This might be theright time to pfollow your dream!
Hubert Keil and his wife made their dream come true over ten years ago and have now written a bookbased on their own personal experiences.
Their book has everything you need for starting new life in Spain. It includes help on planning, moving and buying a home plus so much more!
Today it might just be a dream but this book could make your dreams come true so you owe it to yourselfto take a look at their book!
The thought of moving to Spain raises many questions such as:
How can you get into the Health Care System in Spain and how good is it?
You have heard stories about houses being illegally built, How do you know when you are Buying Property that it is legal?
Where can you find stable work? Do you need work permits?
Should you register with the Tax authorities and how do you? When are you responsible for Income Taxes?
What permits do you need to live in Spain? Where can you get them?
Can you get by speaking only English? Do you need to learn Spanish to live and work there?
Does Spain have a good school system? Are there English speaking schools?