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The cost of living in Spain grew 1% in 2018

The cost of living in Spain continues to grow as seen in the change in the annual CPI which, in 2018, grew by 1%. And when it comes to housing, the variation followed the same trend. According to a report from Fotocasa and InfoJobs, in December 2018 the average cost of rental housing in Spain Continue Reading

Housing Sales Slowed in April

Housing Sales Slowed in April

The number of properties transferred in the property registers in April was 170,518. This is 4.8% more than in the same month of 2018. However, looking only at the number of housing sales (41,049) there was a drop of 3.1%. This fall was led by the drop in the number of second-hand homes (33,368) which Continue Reading

New Property Sales Rebound in April

New Property Sales Rebound in April

In April, there was 50,172 property sales, an annual increase of 1.06%, according to data from the General Council of Notaries. The increase was due exclusively to the considerable increase in the sale of new properties (+18.6% year-on-year), while there was a drop in sales of second-hand properties (-1.6%). The sale of single-family homes increased Continue Reading

Used Property Prices Up Slightly in May

Used Property Prices Up Slightly in May

The price of used housing in Spain registered a monthly increase of 0.2% during May, according to data from idealista. This brings the average cost per square metre of used housing to 1,712 euros. Compared to May 2018, the annual variation is +5.8%, nationally. The cities of Palma, Granada (both with +1.9%), and Santa Cruz Continue Reading

Mortgage Borrowing Increased in March

Mortgage Borrowing Increased in March

The number of new mortgages approved in March reached 30,716, an annual increase of 15.8%, according to data from the INE. The average amount of those home loans was 125,341 euros, an annual increase of 3.9%. The total capital loaned for the purchase of a home in March reached 3,850 million euros. This represents an Continue Reading

Home Sales Slowed in March

Home Sales Slowed in March

Property sales in Spain stood at 50,659 transactions in March, a year-on-year fall of 2.9%, according to data from the General Council of Notaries. By type of property, the sale of flats showed a strong year-on-year drop of 5.4%. The fall can be attributed to a drop in sales of both new apartments (-9.3%) and Continue Reading

Rental Costs Increased in First Quarter

Rental Costs Increased in First Quarter

The average rental price in Spain increased 2.1% in the first quarter of 2019. In March, the average cost for renting a home was 8.47 euros p/m², according to data from fotocasa. “The average rental price continues to rise, but at a more moderate pace than what we were used to and with very different Continue Reading

Average Used Property Prices Up in April

Average Used Property Prices Up in April

According to pisos.com, the average price of second-hand housing in Spain was 1,715 euros per square metre in April. This represents an increase of 0.86% compared to March. With respect to April 2018, the annual variation is 9.08%. Last April the average price was 1,572 euros p/m². “House prices continue to move at a reasonable Continue Reading

Impressive 56% Increase in Property Sales in Huelva

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Many regions throughout Andalucía have seen a drop in property sales however this drop has not been universal. In actual fact one region in Spain is crushing its competitors and saw an increase in house sales from the previous year of 56% in February. The autonomous region which has seen this success is Huelva in Continue Reading

Foreign Demand For Spanish Homes Maintains Growth

Foreign Demand For Spanish Homes Maintains Growth

The total number of home sales registered in 2018 reached the highest level seen in the last 10 years, with 516,680 operations. This is according to a report from the College of Registrars. The figures represent an annual increase of 11.3%. The data also shows a stable distribution in relation to recent years, between used Continue Reading