Investors looking for property to create a sustained rental income should consider real estate in Spain.

The distressed market has made the country ideal for rental projects, especially over the next four to five years, according to The Spanish Brick.

However, investing in areas away from the "over-developed coast" is recommended, as these locations are more likely to experience capital growth

The Spanish Brick claims that many small British investors are already taking advantage of the property price drop in Spain and will start to notice growth by approximately 2016 or 2017.

In a statement, the company commented: "It is very interesting how the Spanish property crisis has risen the expectations for small investors, who get the advantage of being cash-buyers in a distressed market in a land of opportunities."

When looking for real estate, it is important to focus on those bringing any yield above 4.7 per cent.



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