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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

Cost of Renting Increased in April

Renting is 0.8% more expensive in Spain since May

In April, the cost of renting a home in Spain registered a monthly increase of 0.8% to put the average cost per square metre at 8.54 euros per month. This price returns us to figures similar to those seen in December 2009, when the price stood at 8.55 euros/m² per month. Looking at the annual 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

Rental Costs Increased in First Quarter

Rental Costs Increased in First Quarter

The average rental price in Spain increased 2.1% in the first quarter of 2019. In March, the average cost for renting a home was 8.47 euros p/m², according to data from fotocasa. “The average rental price continues to rise, but at a more moderate pace than what we were used to and with very different Continue Reading

Average Used Property Prices Up in April

Average Used Property Prices Up in April

According to pisos.com, the average price of second-hand housing in Spain was 1,715 euros per square metre in April. This represents an increase of 0.86% compared to March. With respect to April 2018, the annual variation is 9.08%. Last April the average price was 1,572 euros p/m². “House prices continue to move at a reasonable 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

Second Hand Housing Prices Rise in February

Second Hand Housing Prices Rise in February

The average price of second-hand housing in Spain stood at €1,887 p/m² in February. This represents an increase of 0.6% when compared to January. The slight monthly increase continues the tone seen throughout last year. The sharpest increase of the last 12 months was from April to May 2018, when prices increased 1.3%. Looking at Continue Reading

Rental Prices Fell Slightly In January

Rental prices fell slightly in January

The price of rental housing in Spain registered a slight drop of 0.7% in January, when compared to January of the previous year. This is only the second decline in rental prices since March 2015. In fact, except for two slight falls, we have seen 47 consecutive months of increases in rental prices. “After almost Continue Reading

Luxury Property Price Growth Slows

luxury property price growth slows

The average price of luxury housing in Spain increased by 3% year-on-year in 2018, according to a report from property portal idealista. The average price reached 6,800 euros per square metre at the end of the year. Although it increased, it did so more moderately than we’ve seen over the previous two years. In 2017 Continue Reading