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Cost of Renting a Home Still Rising

Cost of Renting a Home Still Rising

At the end of the third quarter of 2019, the average cost of renting a home in Spain was 10.9 euros per square metre per month, a quarterly increase of 0.9%. When comparing to the same period last year prices have increased by 5.2%, according to a report from idealista. Rents in the two large 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

Cost of Renting a Studio Rising Fastest

Studio prices in Murcia are up 25%

When looking to rent an apartment, tenants usually look at the rental prices, the number of rooms and the m². Over the last year, the prices of rental apartments have varied a great deal according to the number of bedrooms in the main provincial capitals. In the second quarter of this year, there have been 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

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

Tourist Property is Cheaper This Year

Tourist Property is Cheaper This Year

Tourist property is getting cheaper, according to a study of occupancy and prices carried out by Rentalia. The average price being advertised for a tourist property less than 15km from a Spanish beach in August is only 29.6 euros per person per night. This represents a 5% drop when compared to the same month in Continue Reading

High Demand for Housing in Andalusia

Home Mortgage Borrowing Up 16%

Over the last 12 months, demand for housing in Andalusia has increased by 20%, according to a report by fotocasa. In 2019 up to 28% of those over 18 years of age living in Spain have taken action related to the purchase or rental of a property in Spain. This is 22% higher than the 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

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