Depending on where you are from, renting, buying or investing in Andorran real estate is probably fairly different to what you’re used to.
Property in Andorra is extremely varied – from half constructed new buildings and hundred year old farm houses to fully detached, secluded chalets and inner-city or village apartments with the absolute highest quality finishes.
Pricing these properties isn’t very straightforward. There’s no public register for what properties have sold for previously, so it’s important to either find an estate agent you can truly trust, or spend a good deal of time evaluating the market.
Before we get stuck in, I’m writing this post as an individual living in Andorra and nothing more. I am not a real estate agent and I don’t know anywhere near as much as those who have been here for a lifetime. I am, however, not selling anything, so I hope you’ll find these unbiased notes (from my own personal research) helpful.
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What would you do if money was not a concern? Travel the world? Start making music? Enrol in a painting class? Devote all of your energy to the side project you’ve been passionate about for the last 4 years?
If your bills were covered, would you go to work next Monday? Most people I know wouldn’t. But few of us have this option – don’t rock up on Monday and we’re told not to bother coming in on Tuesday. With rent to pay, bills outstanding and for some, a family to feed – losing that job seems disastrous.
If you haven’t already heard, the end of jobs is nigh. The world is now rewarding individuals willing to take a punt at starting a business and as painful as it is, punishing those that aren’t ready to adapt.
It’s claimed that 69% of Americans have less than $1000 in savings. We hear similar stats coming out of Australia, UK, Europe and elsewhere. Psychologically, would you be confident quitting your job and starting a business with less than a grand in the bank? I know I wouldn’t.
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