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Housing and Real Estate in Barcelona, Barcelona

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Here's what 3 local experts had to say about housing, real estate, apartments, and more in Barcelona.

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Oozing art, culture, balmy weather and sun-kissed shores, it’s little wonder Barcelona is one of Europe’s most popular destinations to live. Every neighborhood has its own charm, so before settling on a long-term apartment, consider some short lets to get to know what feels right. Most importantly, you’ll need to apply for your NIE (unique tax identification code) which is without doubt the most important document for non-Spanish residents to carry out just about any official activity.

Barcelona is one of the best cities in the world in which. It is renowned for its Modernist architecture, world-famous cuisine and balmy climate. Housing prices are not low, but it is easy to live in the city centre and public transport is cheap. People are friendly and you can learn to speak Spanish and Catalan if you choose to come and live here!

Leanne, says: 2020

When people decide to move to Barcelona, they need to look out for a few things: bureaucracy, housing scams, low salaries and petty theft. Although Barcelona, in general, is an easy and stress-free city, these matters can put a spoke in any well-organized plans.

Natalia, says: 2020
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