Boletín OEG de Prensa, nº 427

Boletín de Prensa del Observatorio Europeo de Gerontomigraciones

Nº 427, 26 de noviembre, 2021

European Observatory on Gerontomigration Press Bulletin

#427 (26 November 2021)


"Burning Brexit questions answered at meeting for British residents", Sur in English, 25 | 11 | 2021 - Noticia
The Foreigners Department organised four speakers to present on life after Brexit at an event in La Cala de Mijas on Tuesday
«British expats in Spain claim they were overcharged post-Brexit - ‘surely not!'», Express, 24 | 11 | 2021 - Reportaje (Esther Marshall)
Commercial letters are taxed when they come into the EU from a non-EU country, including the UK.
More than 360,000 UK nationals are residents in Spain; however, thousands more British nationals are believed to live in the country unregistered. Before the UK left the EU, British nationals living in the country for more than three months were expected to apply for residency. ...according to Darren Parmenter, a British councillor in Spain, some Britons who were “living under the radar” without being registered are now returning to the UK.
"Los jubilados ingleses ponen a la venta sus casas en España", Expansion, 22 | 11 | 2021 - Reportaje (Beatriz Amigot)
El sueño de muchos británicos de jubilarse y vivir en la costa española parece desvanecerse.
«British buyers return to Costa del Sol in droves- Britons ‘looking for golf properties'», Express, 21 | 11 | 2021 - Reportaje (Esther Marshall) 
Costa del Sol has long been popular with British expats, although Covid and Brexit recently impacted numbers. However, a property expert told Britons are now coming back to Spain.
"España insiste en atraer a los jubilados europeos", El País, 20 | 11 | 2021 - Reportaje (Sandra López Letón)
Los complejos residenciales para personas mayores autónomas comienzan a despertar el interés de los inversores extranjeros
An estimated 5.5 million Britons permanently live overseas as expats according to the latest statistics, making the decision to relocate for a number of reasons. But the lifestyle and quality of life people experience are likely to differ depending on the destination they choose to settle down in. One element of life which can vary greatly from county to country is the healthcare options available, both to its citizens and to expats who choose to move there. ... Property Guides have analysed the healthcare systems in some of the most popular countries for UK expats and found the top five "most affordable and comprehensive". Among them are UK favourites including Spain, the UAE and Italy.
...han desbancado a los británicos... La compra de viviendas por extranjeros sigue subiendo en España, alcanzando el 10,8% en el tercer trimestre de 2021, según los datos publicados por el Colegio de Registradores.

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Recogido en la sección Documentos el Decreto de la Junta de Extremadura 126/2021, de 17 de noviembre, por el que se regula la expedición de certificados de personas extremeñas retornadas y personas extremeñas en el exterior.