Madrid, the capital of Spain

Madrid's Gran Via
Financial and economic center
Student city
Most visited city in Spain

Madrid is one of those capitals that has managed to maintain its local essence despite the tourism boom. This attracts millions of people who want to enjoy Madrid life. Strolling along the Gran Vía, attending its theaters and enjoying both the folklore of its streets and its gastronomy. In short, Madrid is the capital, the meeting point and, therefore, a city to invest in.

Madrid's Gran Via
4,7 %
Rate of return
Tension in leasing
3497 €
Price per m2
+41 %
Price evolution over 10 years
Total population
Population for rent
the main square of Madrid

Why invest in Madrid?

Geographical location
Transportation network
Profitability by neighborhoods

Madrid is the Spanish capital and the most visited city in the Iberian Peninsula. Both locals and national and international tourists love Madrid because, despite being a capital city, it has managed to maintain its most authentic aspect. It is the central point of Spain and that is why it attracts people from all regions of the country, but also from abroad and they mix to create what is the Madrid of today: a cosmopolitan city, culturally rich and full of things to do. 

Capital of gastronomy and culture

Who hasn't heard of Madrid's nightlife? Of the "cañas con tapa" and "cocido madrileño"? Of the musicals on Gran Vía? Of the Uncle Pepe sign at the Puerta del Sol? Or of the squid sandwich in the Plaza Mayor?

In short, the capital breathes art and history, its museums and exhibitions welcome millions of visitors every month. For example, the Prado Museum alone, the most visited, received 1 175 078 people in 2021. 

Investing in Madrid

Buying a home in Madrid is a good idea if you know that you want to invest in a cosmopolitan city in constant movement. Being the capital of Spain has many advantages: it is the financial and administrative epicenter of the country and it is the city with more students in Spain, both national and international. 

Madrid is a golden mile for investors who want to diversify their income, depending on the type of real estate investment (apartments, houses, villas, commercial premises or parking lots) thanks to an average yield of 4.7%, or even more depending on the district. 

Some of the spots in Madrid with more potential are the neighborhood of Moncloa-Aravaca, which is located near the university city, so it is perfect for students. The neighborhoods of La Latina, Malasaña and Justicia are a hive of young people and tourists who want to enjoy the culture and the nightlife in the center of the city. The most premium districts, such as the Salamanca neighborhood or El Retiro, are among the most expensive, but also remain some of the most profitable districts. However, if what you want is a return on investment in the suburbs, Usera or Arganzuela are the best option. 

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