SAGA has launched an overseas homes service in an attempt to help people over the age of 50 to buy a home in Spain.
A third of people aged over 50 are considering buying a holiday home abroad according to a report by SAGA.
Over half say they may be looking to move there permanently.
The service is designed to consolidate all the services needed including estate agents, legal advice and even help with renting out the property if bought as a buy-to let investment.
SAGA is working with Chesterton and Medsea Estates who have knowledge of the Spanish market.
Customers who buy new build developments are also offered six-free return flights to use between payment of the deposit and completion of the purchase.
Also, if people want to rent out their property after purchase, they can advertise on SAGA’s website for free for a year.
Andrew Goodsell, chief executive of SAGA says: “Spain has always been a popular choice for those looking to purchase a holiday home.
“Its sunnier climes, relatively lower cost of living and cheaper property prices mean it is the perfect choice for those looking to get away for a few weeks each year.
“Our research showed that the main concern of those looking to buy overseas were legal issues whilst others expressed concern about the language barriers, which is why we decided to incorporate help with these essential features when designing our service.”