About Morocco

Djemaa el Fna Square
Djemaa el Fna Square

The investment situation in Morocco is currently a once-in-a-decade opportunity. Property appreciation has been between 8 -15% annually and is steadily increasing.

Infrastructure for tourism, on which the economy depends, is being created to triple the number of visitors, in a controlled, aesthetic way unlike Spain. If you don’t like Benidorm, you’ll love Morocco. And everyone connected with the tourist industry should speak English.

There is an emerging middle class who are naturally looking forward to improving their quality of life as the country prospers, and who are now too fuelling the economic expansion.

Long haul travel is now considered eco-unfriendly and is becoming more expensive with rising fuel costs and eco-taxes. Morocco is only three hours from Europe, due south into year long sun, warmth and unpolluted fresh air.

The country is different, exciting, safe and friendly, politically stable, easy (no visas for EU), low cost of living (one-third), with plentiful, naturally organic and delightful cheap food, dry healthy atmosphere, in all a continually rewarding experience.