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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

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

February Saw an Increase in Housing Mortgages

February Saw an Increase in Housing Mortgages

In February, there were 31,018 new mortgages taken in Spain, 9.2% more than in the same month last year. The average amount of the new loans reached 123,911 euros, an increase of 2.9%, according to data from the INE. The value of all mortgages taken for property reached 6,804.3 million euros which is 31.2% more 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

Property Prices Up 2.6% in January

The average home loan in January was €135,616

Purchases and sales of homes reached 40,388 transactions in January, a slight year-on-year increase of 0.3%, according to the General Council of Notaries. By type of housing, the sale of apartments showed a year-on-year fall of 1.3%. Meanwhile, transactions for second-hand homes fell by 1.5%, while sales of new property increased by 0.1%. The sale Continue Reading

Home Sales Increased in December, Say Notaries

Home Sales Increased in December, Say Notaries

The number of home sales in December 2018, stood at 51,603 transactions, according to the notaries, reflecting an increase of 1.2%. By type of housing, the sale of flats showed an annual increase of 1.4%. Meanwhile, the sale of single-family homes showed a slight increase of 0.3% year-on-year. In terms of the average price, a Continue Reading

Increase in Home Mortgages in November

21,698 new home loans taken in November

The number of new mortgage loans taken out in November 2018 was 29,709, representing a fall of 1.6% year-on-year. The average amount of capital loaned was €167,486, reflecting an annual decrease of 4.4%. In November, the number of new mortgage loans taken for the acquisition of a property increased by 2.6% year-on-year, to reach 23,181 Continue Reading

Mortgage Interest Rates Fell in September

The number of new mortgage loans taken for homes in September was 32,457, representing a 9.5% annual increase. The average amount of the loans was 148,959 euros, 6.6% higher than in September 2017. The total value of the loans taken for urban property reached 6,365.2 million euros. This represents an increase of 16.7% when compared Continue Reading

More Buyers Taking a Mortgage

More Buyers Taking a Mortgage

Over the last 12 months, the percentage of property buyers who needed a mortgage to purchase a home has increased form 71% in 2017, to 75% in 2018. 64% of those buyers were able to make their purchase with only a mortgage and their own savings, whereas 11% needed bank financing and family support. This Continue Reading

Home Mortgage Approvals Up 3.9%

Home Mortgage Approvals Up 3.9%

There were 30,600 new home mortgages approved in June. This represents an increase of 3.9% when compared to June in the previous year. The average amount of the new mortgage loans was 123,896 euros, an increase of 5.1%, according to the latest figures from the INE. The total amount of capital loaned in June reached Continue Reading