Rise in young people considering a move to Spain
Data suggests that there has been a large rise in the number of young people considering a move to Spain – to live the digital nomad life that has become far more attainable since Covid and the rapid rise in remote working
In 2020 there was a 446% increase in 18-24 year-olds viewing Spanish property on Kyero.com, so it suggests there’s a growing momentum among this demographic. This group ‘corona-nomads’ – with no office job, mortgage or family responsibilities to tie them down, can now live and work where they really want to be. And many of them are choosing Spain
Coronavirus and higher levels of remote working are driving up interest in property overseas as the dream of moving to Europe becomes a realistic possibility, and January 2021 was a record month for the platform as more people than ever before searched for overseas property.
The pandemic has also changed the types of locations becoming popular with overseas buyers. Because of the surge in remote working, people can base themselves abroad for longer periods these days, negating the need to be 30 minutes from an airport and making more remote and often cheaper areas of Spain increasingly viable .
Many young people don’t want to lose their freedom of movement across Europe, and by becoming permanent Spanish residents, they can regain their pre-Brexit rights as EU citizens.
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