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Cost of Renting Up 5% Since Last April

Average rental costs reached €10.17 in April

The monthly cost of rental housing in Spain had an average monthly price of 10.17 euros per square meter in April 2022. This figure marked a monthly rise of 0.30%. In the year-on-year comparison it increased by 5.18%. According to Ferran Font, Director of Studies at piso.com, “The upward trend in monthly rental payments is Continue Reading

Big Increase in Home Sales in February

Big Increase in Home Sales in February

February 2022 saw a total of 198,895 properties transferred in the property registers. This is 11.4% more than in the same month of 2021. In the case of registered property sales, the number of transactions recorded is 108,299, representing an annual increase of 21.1%, according to data from the INE. 86.8% of the purchases registered Continue Reading

Second-Hand Housing Price Increase in Q1

Housing prices up 0.3% in Q1

In the first three months of 2022, Spain has seen positive variations in the price of second-hand housing. The first quarter closed with a quarterly increase of 0.3%, and a year-on-year increase of 0.8%.This brings the average price of a second-hand home to 1,913 euros per square metre, according to data from Fotocasa. “Although the Continue Reading

Cost of Renting Increased in February

The cost of rental housing in Spain had an average monthly price of 10.11 euros per square meter in February 2022. This figure marked a monthly increase of 0.40%. In the year-on-year comparison it rose by 4.56%. According to Ferran Font, director of studies at piso.com, “the upward trend in rental prices continues to strengthen“. Continue Reading

Cost of Renting a Home Up in January

Cost of renting in Spain up 2.57% annually

In January 2022, the cost of renting a property in Spain reached an average of €10.07 per square metre. This is a rise of 0.9% when compared to the previous month. Year-on-year, the variation is +2.57%. According to the Director of studies at pisos.com, Ferran Font, “the rental market is recovering in a positive trend, Continue Reading

Year-on-Year House Price Increase in January

Year-on-year, house prices grew 1% in January

Second-hand house prices in Spain fell by -0.8% in January, when compared to the previous month. Year-on-year, the price increased by 1%, putting the average cost per square metre at 1,892 euros. This is the fifteenth consecutive year-on-year rise in house prices since November 2020. “The price of housing remains stable and starts 2022 with Continue Reading

Second-Hand House Prices Up 1.7% in 2021

Average property prices up for second year

The price of second-hand housing in Spain closed 2021 with an annual increase of 1.7%, with the average price in December at €1,907 p/m², according to data from Fotocasa. The annual increase in 2021 (1.7%) is the second consecutive increase following the fall seen in 2019 (-1.3%). “The price of second-hand housing remains very stable Continue Reading

2021 – Sale and Rental Markets Recover Well

New property is seeing a boom in demand

Real estate sales figures for October 2021 show a monthly fall of 13.4%, but a year-on-year increase of 22.2%. This growth rate is the best October for 14 years. For the eighth consecutive month, the number of sales transactions in Spain show very high interannual increases. This is a sign that the sector continues to Continue Reading

Home Sales Up 7% in September

Andalucia saw a large increase in sales

In September, there were 177,901 property transfers listed in the property registers. This is 15.9% more than in the same month of 2020. In the case of registered property sales, the number is 102,561, an annual increase of 29.3%. 87.5% of the sales registered in September correspond to urban properties and 12.5% were rustic properties. Continue Reading

Andalusia Housing Market at Pre-Pandemic Levels

Andalusia property has recovered well

The outbreak of the pandemic in March 2020 led to social changes at all levels: from consumer habits to work routines, through to the way we relate to others. The housing market was not immune to the effects of this dynamic and over the last 18 months the real estate market has registered important changes. Continue Reading