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Rental Market Must be Priority in 2020

Increase in public rental property is important

Spain’s new government are expected to put the entire property market under the microscope, with the current rental problems taking a priority. It is, without a doubt, the biggest challenge in the housing market at the moment and has its origin in the growing imbalance between high demand and low supply. This has, of course, Continue Reading

Price Still Main Factor for Tenants

Young people returned to renting in 2019

During the course of 2019, 17% of people in Spain over the age of 18 have had some level of involvement in the rental market, either as landlords or as tenants. This percentage is an increase of three points when compared to 2018. In fact, thanks to this increase, the rental market has recovered to 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

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

6.4 Years Salary to Buy a Home in Spain

The cost of living in Spain grew 1% in 2018

The cost of living in Spain continues to grow as seen in the change in the annual CPI which, in 2018, grew by 1%. And when it comes to housing, the variation followed the same trend. According to a report from Fotocasa and InfoJobs, in December 2018 the average cost of rental housing in Spain 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 Increase Slowed in 2018

Rental Costs Increase Slowed in 2018

The average price of rental housing in Spain closed 2018 with an annual increase of 1.8%, according to a report from fotocasa. This leaves the average cost per month at €8.30 p/m². This is the smallest increase registered in the last four years. It is the fourth consecutive year to see rental prices increase. In Continue Reading

Rental Price Growth Slowed in 2018

Rental prices fell by 0.6% in Q4

The price increases of rental housing slowed in 2018 and ended the year with an interannual increase of 9.3%. Compare this to growth of 18.4% in 2017. This leaves the average square metre at 10.6 euros per month. The slowdown was caused in part by a fall in prices during Q4 when the average cost Continue Reading

Cost of Renting in Spain Fell in November

Cost of Renting in Spain Fell in November

The average price of renting a home in Spain dropped by 0.5% in November. This takes the average price per square metre, per month down to €8.18, according to data from Fotocasa. As for the year-on-year variation, the cost of renting increased by 0.6%, when compared to November last year. This continues the annual increases Continue Reading

Cost of Renting Increased Again in August

Cost of Renting Increased Again in August

The average price of rental housing in Spain increased in October by 1.4% to stand at 8.22 euros per square metre, according to figures from fotocasa. Year-on-year, the increase in the cost of renting a home in Spain increased by 2.7%. This increase continues the upward trend we have seen over the last 44 months, Continue Reading