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House Prices Down in Third Quarter

Prices fell 0.47% in Andalusia

The average price of second-hand housing in Spain stood at 1,696 euros per square metre at the end of September. This figure represents a fall of 1.15% when compared to the previous quarter. However, when compared to Q3 in the previous year, the variation is +2.63%. On a monthly basis, the figure is 0.09% lower Continue Reading

Borrowing For Home Buying Up in July

Home borrowing increased in July, year-on-year

There was an increase of 13.1% in the number of new mortgages taken on homes in July, when compared to July 2018. However, the average amount of the loans taken fell by 2.5% to 121,414 euros, according to data from the INE. The total borrowed for home loans in July reached a massive 4,048 million Continue Reading

Slowdown in Property Sales in July

New property sales fell 33.1%

In July, there were 46,015 housing sales, an interannual fall of 20.8%, according to a report from the General Council of Notaries. By type of housing, there was a 21.6% year-on-year fall in the sale of apartments, while sales of single-family homes fell by 17.5%. The falls were due to a fall of 33.1% in Continue Reading

Second Hand Property Prices up in August

Second Hand Property Prices up in August

In August, the average price of second hand property in Spain fell by 0.5% when compared to the previous month. Year-on-year the price increased by 3%, bringing the average price to €1,891 p/m², according to data from the fotocasa price index. With this annual increase, this is the third August in a row to see Continue Reading

Costa del Sol Busy with Tourists in July

Costa del Sol Busy with Tourists in July

The Costa del Sol is once again a tourist mecca with 2.2 million passengers passing through Malaga airport in July. Those travellers moved on 15,900 flights, according to airport operator AENA. These figures represent an increase of 3.8% in passenger numbers and 2.5% more flight operations, when compared to July in the previous year. The Continue Reading

Home Sales Slump in June

Home Sales Slump in June

In June, there was 46,527 transactions involving the sale/purchase of housing in Spain, an annual fall of 18.9%. The average price per square metre of homes sold in June was €1,435, an annual increase of 1%, according to data from the Council of Notaries. The fall in sales was mainly due to a large fall Continue Reading

Home Sales Slowed Across Spain in June

Home Sales Slowed Across Spain in June

In June, there were 81,218 property sales recorded in the property registers, 7.7% less than in the same month last year. 86.9% of the sales were for urban properties, with 13.1% being rural. In the case of urban, 58.1% were home sales. The number of rural property sales fell by 10.7% in June on the Continue Reading

Coastal Property Prices Still Increasing

Coastal Property Prices Still Increasing

The price of homes along the Spanish coast grew by 5.7% during the last 12 months, reaching an average cost per square metre of 1,727 euros, according to a report from idealista. The price of coastal homes on the Costa del Sol grew the most with an increase of 9.9%. In 2018, a Costa del Continue Reading

Property Sales Up Slightly in May

Brits made up 14.75% of foreign sales

There were 191,875 property transfers in May, which is 4.4% higher than in the same month last year. This is according to the latest data from the INE. In the case sales of properties in the property registers, there were 96,186, an annual increase of 3.1%. 85.9% of the sales in May correspond to urban Continue Reading

High Net Worth Investors Flocking to Malaga

Beautiful Málaga, popular with buyers and tourists

Malaga, the capital of the Costa del Sol, has edged its way into the list of the most desirable places to buy a house. Thanks to its climate, museums, culture and accessibility, the city has become a magnet for investors and homeowners. Home buyers in Malaga are both national and international. British, Scandinavian, Belgian and Continue Reading