Real Estate in Andorra

Looking to invest in property in Andorra? You can’t go wrong. Despite being only 468 km2 in size, the principality boasts a multitude of diverse environments, from bustling city centres to remote mountain enclaves. If you’re ready to set down roots, keep reading to find out what’s involved in purchasing a home here.
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The Andorran Property Market

Whether you’d like to live a  stone’s throw from your favourite skiing destination or a short walk from the most happening places in town, this humble microstate won’t disappoint. That being said, the property market here is quite niche and unconventional.

For starters, you'll often find that prices listed for two properties located not too far from one another can differ quite a bit in price. This is largely due to the geological orientation of our valleys, the locality, and the quality or age of the construction itself.

Finding the right house is paramount when you’re relocating to a new country. At MCA Assessors, we understand the initial struggle. Having helped countless families obtain residency in Andorra over the years, we’re well equipped to help you navigate your way through this dynamic market.

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Things to Consider Before Buying Property in Andorra

Buying a house anywhere in the world is a considerably important decision—it’s not something you do everyday. Even so, you're likely to have a fixed list of negotiable and non-negotiable requirements laid out.

In a top tier country like Canada or the US, you’d probably find what you’re looking for in a matter of days. Here, however, things are a bit different.

If you’ve spent any time researching the subject, chances are you know how slow the property market is in our part of the world. It can sometimes take months and even years before you find something that ticks every box on your checklist.

But don’t worry, we’re here to help and we know exactly where to look to find the perfect property for you. Before we get started, there are some things you need to consider prior to purchasing property here:

Qualifications:  Non-residents must have a special permit from the government.

Process: To invest here, you need to follow a standardised process that might differ from markets elsewhere in the world.

Liquidity, brokerage and taxes: When buying a house in the principality, you’ll pay 4% in taxes, and somewhere around 5% as brokerage.

Accessibility: When it comes to relocating to a beautiful holiday destination, there’s always a flip side. Very often, the challenges only come to light in the off-season. To tackle the accessibility issues during winter, your new house or apartment will have to be well equipped.

Relocation Made Easy

We are not a typical agency and nor do we want to be one. Our philosophy is to guide our clients through the process of their relocation, from finding and buying property right the way through to completing the legal formalities.

We work independently for our clients and keep scouring the market for hidden gems that could meet their expectations.

Being one of the few relocation and management companies that are also an officially licensed property brokerage, we comply with all Andorran regulations in terms of civil responsibility insurance, anti-money laundry procedures, and training. We also have the full support of the AGIA.

MCA Assessors is registered with the official Real Estate Agents Official Professional Association (AGIA) under registration number #407.

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Living in Andorra—and maybe we're biased here—is a truly magical experience. Income tax rates are agreeably low (especially in comparison to other European countries), our education system is above par and the skiing is first class.

If you're interested to learn how we can help, get in touch. You can count on us to facilitate your relocation process as quickly and efficiently as possible.