Buying a summer residence on Gran Canaria is as simple as buying property in your own country. As an EU-citizen, you will not encounter major problems and, if you are planning to buy a summer residence, you should do a reconnaissance of the island on your next visit – and maybe contact one of the local estate agents from Northern Europe.
Before you buy a property on Gran Canaria, you can also choose to lease a property for a couple of weeks or a whole winter to try life on Gran Canaria. If you are looking to lease a property for a long period of time, you should contact the owner directly as that will reduce the overall price.
If you have reached the age where your joints have started to ache, you will quickly experience that just a few days in the sun will reduce the pains. Thus, you might as well spend six months a year here. Whether you are looking to buy or lease, you will encounter estate agents that speak Scandinavian, English or German – therefore language barriers should not be a problem. If you have any questions, send us an email and we will try our hardest to assist you.