To help you get started with a move to Gran Canaria here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions from our clients, when they’re beginning their home search on the island.

Gran Canaria has many different options for buying or renting. Once we’ve had a chance to discuss what you’re looking for and your budget, we’ll be able to recommend what areas will best suit you and the types of property on offer.

Yes we can, it’s what we’re best at. We can arrange everything for you, taking the stress out of your move by arranging a selection of properties for you to view, preparing contracts and taking care of the formalities involved in moving to the island.
While most properties are managed by estate agents, many are not, being directly rented or sold by their owners. The best time to visit properties for rent or sale in Gran Canaria is during the week, but weekend visits can often be arranged.
Before you begin viewing we’ll prepare a list of suitable properties matching your budget and criteria for you to consider. Your feedback will help us build up an even better idea of what you want and using that information we’ll refine our list. Rather than rushing you into a decision, we’ll present you with a selection of the properties most likely to be your ideal home.

No. We are relocation specialists and have no special relationships with landlords or estate agents. Our work is 100% objective and on your behalf, while our property search services are tailored to your requirements.

Of course. Your appointed advisor will explain how property regulations work on the island, your responsibilities and the obligations of sellers or landlords you work with. We can help with paperwork and contracts, utilities setup and registration once you’ve found your perfect home.
Not at all. Our advisors all speak English and we offer much more than simple property search services. Our resettlement team can walk you through every step of the moving process and help you with translation.
Speak with one of our advisors today