Observatory of the Andorra Brand (XXIX): Foreign Investment: reform, housing, bewilderment, and Europe

The article addresses various concerns related to the regulation of foreign investment and real estate in Andorra. It highlights the confusion and lack of clarity in interpreting recent laws on foreign investment, as well as the need for clearer wording to avoid legal uncertainty. It also discusses the impact of regulations on residents of less than three years and mentions possible future legislative changes. Additionally, it criticizes the public display of certain residents who have circumvented deposit regulations and advocates for more effective measures to preserve morality and public order. Regarding housing and real estate speculation, it advocates for more sensible and practical regulation that protects the interests of citizens. Finally, it calls for reflection on cooperativism as a possible solution for housing access.