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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

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

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

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

8.5m Tourists Visited Spain in June

2.2 million Brits visited Spain in June

Despite the late start to the warm weather, Spain still managed to attract 8.5 million international tourists in June. This represents an increase of 1.2% when compared to the same month of 2017, according to data from the INE. The UK was once again the main country of residence for the visitors, with almost 2.2 Continue Reading

Used Housing Prices Increased in June

Prices fell in eight communities in June

The price of second-hand housing in Spain registered an increase of 1.1% during June, bringing the average per square metre to 1,664 euros. When compared to the same month in 2017 (1,554 euros), the year-on-year increase is 7.1%, according to the latest data from idealista. Autonomous Communities Prices fell in eight communities in June. The Continue Reading

Marbella Saw Record Number of Tourists in June

Tourists are flocking to Marbella, as always!

Marbella had a record June in terms of the number of tourists visiting the area. Numbers increased by 30.5% when compared to June last year. The mayor of Marbella, José Bernal, described the figures, which were released by the National Institute of Statistics (INE), as “historical and an example that the policies of the local Continue Reading

Tourist Spending Increased 12% in June

Tourists visiting Spain in June spent a total of 7,871 million euros while they were here. This represents an increase of 12.7% over the same month in 2015, according to the latest data from the National Statistics Institute. The average spend per tourist stood at 1,038 euros showing an increase of one euro. The average Continue Reading

Property Sales Increased in June

According to the latest data released by the National Institute of Statistics, there were 151,447 properties sold or transferred in June, 3.3% more than in the same month last year. Purchases and sales of housing increased by 19.4% when compared to June in the previous year. Of all the property sales recorded in June, 85.1% Continue Reading

Spain Received 7.6 Million Tourists in June

Spain received 7.6 million international tourists in June, 12.7% more than in the same month in the previous year. As usual, the UK was the source of the majority with over 2 million Brits choosing Spain as their spring destination. This figure represents 28% of the total and is an increase of 17.5% when compared Continue Reading