EnglishFrenchSpanishGermanItalianSwedishChinese (Simplified)JapaneseArabicPunjabiRussian
24 Hours A Day

7 Days A Week

Contact Us!

00212-6-5802-5028

Add "CT Compare" Widget via Appearance > Widgets > Compare.

Key In Hand Project Management Marrakech

By in Key In Hand Projects Management Marrakech with 0 Comments

How much will it cost me to get a Riad renovated to my specs in Marrakech? Can someone provide me with Key In Hand Project Management Marrakech?

Size matters. As a general rule, the bigger the building footprint the more it costs per square metre, simply because land is at a premium in the better quarters of Marrakech Medina. To this end, some developers have been knocking two or three plots together in order to get to a critical size – basically, a family used to European space will require a minimum of 150 square metres on the ground. This will offer over 400 square metres of living space if you count the roof terrace – one of the joys of Marrakech.

A Riad boutique hotel will probably require a minimum of 250 square metres on the ground in order to respect the five suites minimum required by law.

A nearly finished development in Ben Youssef

A nearly finished development in Ben Youssef

A good little family riad of 150 square metres, in need of restoration, will typically be sold today for £100,000 or less. The best quarters will cost more and I encourage you to sign up to my newsletter to get the latest price news. A good quality renovation will probably cost another £100,000. So for only £200,000 you can get your foot on the property ladder in Marrakech. As a private owner you have options – your second home, buy-to-let, re-sale … in any case it’s a great investment opportunity.

Buying with a view to developping a boutique Medina hotel will cost more. Yet with just £200,000 you can own property which will fit the bill. Renovation costs can be as low as £300 per square built metre, meaning that for about £300,000 you could have a prime business up and running in one of the worlds tourist hot-spots.

Institutional investors will be looking at the bigger picture – there’s a real niche here for retirement home development, for example. Large Medina properties can still be found and we know where to find them. For the ambitious, there are whole derbs which could be acquired and developped as urban resorts. Bare plots, whilst not that common, are on our books.

We are your trusted Medina specialists. Feel at ease to contact us for free advice and guidance in Marrakech. Call +212658025028 or mail colin@bosworthpropertymarrakech.com – or just use the form below. We look forward to hearing from you!

Enquiry/Contact

Free Guide with Every Enquiry: "The Insiders Guide To Property Investment in Marrakech"
Bosworth Property Free Guide Banner
Share This

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

FREE GUIDE

"THE INSIDER'S GUIDE TO  PROPERTY INVESTMENT IN MARRAKECH"

Packed full of useful information for the first time investor and contains tips that even seasoned buyers will find useful
GET IT NOW >
close-link