BLOG

Here you will find news, views, events and information relating to real-estate in Spain.

Tag Archives: increase

Spain Saw an Increase in Tourism in June

Spain Saw an Increase in Tourism in June

Spain’s economy received a boost in June thanks to a 3.2% increase in international tourists, with 8.8 million visitors. The UK was once again the main source of these visitors with almost 2.1 million Brits choosing to visit Spain. This represents a massive 23.3% of the total tourists received in June, and is 5.3% more Continue Reading

Another Busy Year at Malaga Airport

Another Busy Year at Malaga Aiport

Malaga airport is having another great year closing the first half with a 6.4% increase in passengers and 5.3% more flights than in the same period of 2018. In June alone, more than 2 million travellers moved through the airport on 14,500 flights (+4.6%), according to airport operator AENA. Jan to June Between January and 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

Increase in Passengers and Flights at Malaga

Increase in Passengers and Flights at Malaga

As the mercury rises, so does the number of visitors to the Costa del Sol. Thus, in May, Malaga Airport saw almost 2 million passengers travelling on almost 14,000 flights! Specifically, the airport handled 1,914,220 passengers in May, an increase of 4.2% when compared to the same month in 2018. Travellers moved on 13,988 flights, 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

Rental Costs Up Slightly in April

Rental Costs Up Slightly in April

The price of rental housing in Spain registered a slight increase of 0.8% in April. This puts the average cost per square metre at €8.54 p/month. This figure returns us to similar levels seen in December 2009, when the average price was 8.55 euros p/month. Looking at the year-on-year variation, we see an even smaller Continue Reading

Spain Received 5.6 million Tourists in March

Spain Received 5.6 million Tourists in March

Spain received 5.6 million international tourists in March, 4.7% more than the same month in 2018. According to the INE data, the UK was the main country of residence for March’s visitors. More than 1.1 million Brits arrived representing 19.7% of the total. However, the figure was 6.2% lower than in March last year. German Continue Reading

Quarter of Visitors to Andalucia Came From the UK

Quarter of Visitors to Andalucia From UK

Spain has had a good start to the year in terms of tourism. Over 4 million international visitors came here in February, an increase of 3.8% over the same month last year. The UK was, as always, the main source of the visitors with 883,757 Brits making their way here. This represents 20.2% of the Continue Reading

Second-Hand Housing Prices Up in Q1

House prices continue to rise

As the first quarter of 2019 has flown by in the blink of an eye, the price of housing has risen by 1.68%, when compared to the previous quarter. In March, the average price of second-hand housing stood at 1,700 euros per square metre. When compared to Q1 in 2018, the increase is more significant Continue Reading

Sales of New Homes Increased in January

Sales of New Homes Increased in January

The total number of property sales/purchases in the property registers in January was 198,298, 10.6% more than in the same month of 2018, according to data from the INE. 85.7% of purchases registered in January correspond to urban property, and 14.3% rural. In the case of urban properties, 56.5% were home sales. The number of Continue Reading