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Monthly Archives: December, 2016

Goodbye 2016 – It Was Emotional

As 2016 draws to a close we can all look back and reflect on the lessons learned, the choices made and the rewards earned from a turbulent year. As well as the usual ups and downs associated with the real-estate market there have been a few surprises to contend with this year. We had to Continue Reading

Passenger Numbers Increase at Málaga Airport

November was another busy month for Málaga Airport with almost a million passengers passing through, proving that the allure of the Costa del Sol is more than just sunny weather. Despite being outside of the blistering summer months, and pre-Christmas season, November saw Málaga-Costa del Sol airport handling 965,188 passengers. They were distributed across 7,823 Continue Reading

House Price Index Up 4% in Q3

The House Price Index for the third quarter of 2016, published this week by the National Institute of Statistics (INE), shows an annual increase of 4%. This highlights the “dynamism of the real estate market in much of the country”, according to Beatriz Toribio, head of research at fotocasa. This represents the tenth consecutive quarter Continue Reading

Property Prices Fell Slightly in November

The price of used housing in Spain registered a decline of 1.1% during November. The average price per square metre now stands at 1,497€, according to the latest figures from idealista. If we look at the data in November 2015 (1,564 euros p/m²), the year-on-year fall is 4.3%. Autonomous Communities The price of resale housing Continue Reading

Ojén Development Gets Green Light

The small town of Ojén (population approximately 2,000) sits in the mountains behind Marbella. Despite its proximity to the coast it has remained relatively unspoilt, not attracting development in the way many local towns have. However, London-based investment fund Round Hill Capital plan to invest 250 million euros in the area over the next seven Continue Reading