Plans to introduce a new licensing system may be confusing, but they shouldn’t cause overdue alarm for those renting out vacation properties.
Property experts have been reassuring holiday homeowners in Spain that there's no need to fear plans to introduce holiday rental licences in the country just yet.
The Spanish government's proposals to licence the rental of holiday homes have caused confusion, with many holiday homeowners voicing concerns that the new laws could act as a deterrent for people thinking of renting out their property to a... 2 Comments / Read More »
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The US dollar has hit its highest rate against the euro since early January, as investors seek refuge from US spending cuts in the greenback, and Italy flounders following its election.... No Comments / Read More »
Last week, following the euro’s stellar gains in January, I asked the question, how high will the euro rise? Well, this week it seems we have an answer, as the euro not only stabilises but actually falls against the pound and US dollar.... No Comments / Read More »