Category Archives: Advice from HomeCareontheWeb

Renting long-term to families

The long-term rental market is booming here on the Costa del Sol, with demand outpacing supply. If you’re looking to rent out your property long-term, the family market is a very good one to target. This is because they tend to stay for a predictable amount of time, as they are bound by school years, […]

Summer 2018 Property Owners’ Update

  The busiest part of the summer is upon us and according to the Minister of Tourism this year is on track to break records once again. Predictions are that Spain will receive over 30 million tourists between July and September. Many of these will be heading to Andalusia, which is the 4th most visited […]

Top tips from the Costa del Sol Property Management Specialists

  HomeCareontheWeb has been dedicated to property management and rentals on the Costa del Sol since 2003 and our founders have owned property in Spain for more than two decades. The company was started from a need for support from the founders Tony and Gill Sidebottom for their Spanish property. Having evaluated all the options, […]

Tips for successful property rentals

As we prepare for the summer season, we wanted to offer you advice on how to make the most of your bookings and share some simple things that you can do to minimise costs and reduce stress when renting out your property. With over a decade of experience in renting out properties for our owners […]

Are you and your property ready for the winter?

The summer is over and although we are getting more off peak bookings this year than before, from October onwards the holiday rental market quietens right down and your property may be empty. If you will be locking up your property for the winter, make sure it is secure and ready for colder, wetter weather. […]

Rental returns for Costa del Sol properties

Spain is a very popular destination for expats to buy investment properties, second homes, or as a place to retire, with 35% of buyers considering buying in Spain according to an article in The Telegraph. In the same report, it states that these properties can be an excellent source of income due its popularity as […]

The effect of the Holiday Rental Law in Spain

It’s been a year since the holiday rental law came into force and after a period of uncertainty, the dust has settled and owners are getting on with the important job of renting out their properties for the vital summer season. As we reported in April, the biggest recent change has been the requirement to […]

Get ready for the peak rental season

Are you prepared for the arrival of the crowds for Easter? This marks the start of the peak rental season and we’re expecting a great year, with plenty of early bookings coming in and predictions of another record tourist season. Is your property prepared to receive paying guests? It’s vital to delight your guests, so […]

Important update on the Holiday Rental Law in Andalucia

We recently attended a seminar on the Holiday Rental Laws, where the police were also in attendance, to inform everyone of the new procedure that is now in force and wanted to give you an update following on from our introduction to Andalucia’s holiday rental laws. All Holiday Rental properties that are registered with the […]

What to do if your property was damaged in the floods?

At the end of last year and again earlier this week, the Costa del Sol was badly affected by heavy rains and floods, which caused significant damage to property. Unlike December’s floods, last month’s flash floods were more localised around Malaga city, but it has raised more questions about what to do if your property […]