El mercado inmobiliario asegura que los foreign investors siguen con la mirada puesta en España. A pesar de que en los últimos meses se han frenado las operaciones como consecuencia de la crisis del covid-19, experts assure that the attractiveness of the domestic market for foreign capital no ha caído, but it's just frozen.

At least, eso es lo que asegura Miguel Arimont, fundador y consejero delegado de LEM Loan e-Market, una plataforma especializada en la purchase and sale of real estate debt in Spain and Portugal. In your opinion, los inversores extranjeros siguen apostando por el mercado doméstico y volverán a invertir a finales de año, although as long as the health situation is controlled, no haya un fuerte rebrote de coronavirus y la economía empieza a remontar.

According to Arimont, España era antes del covid-19 un market “muy seguro y atractivo, And trust that it will be again when the uncertainty dissipates. “With interest rates at historic lows, the returns in this sector will continue to attract international capital, mainly to large funds and patrimonial”, insists.

The founder of the platform believes that the most active investors will remain the same as in recent years; this is, americans, British, Germans and French, although it also awaits the entry of Mexican and Venezuelan capital.

Firms such as the consulting firm are also detecting a growing interest from investors after the covid-19 crisis. Laborde Marcet, que asegura que los fondos de inversión, los ‘family offices’ y los inversores privados they are already looking for real estate con presupuestos de a partir del millón de euros para activos de ‘retail’ and that exceed 20 million for the purchase of hotels and buildings in 'prime' areas.

[Source: Idealista and EFE]