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A Dozen Property Developers Lead the Construction of Luxury New Homes on the Costa del Sol

High profile property developers, such as Aedas and ASG Homes, are sharing a leading role with local companies in an area where homes can cost more than one million euros.

It is one of the star areas of the Spanish residential market. Its pleasant climate and good transport connections have made it one of the most desired locations in which to own a home for Spanish and international buyers alike. Naturally, this is something that has not gone unnoticed by the property development sector, which has located some of its most exclusive projects along Málaga’s Costa del Sol.


In terms of the municipalities that make up the Costa del Sol, there is a clear difference in the prices of new build homes between those on the Western coast (West of Malaga) and the Eastern coast (East of Malaga), according to data collected by the Brains RE big data real estate platform. The platform contains the sales and rental values ​​of each municipality in Spain.

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