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Second-Hand Housing Prices Up in November

House prices up in November

The average price of second-hand housing in Spain increased by 0.7% in November, when compared to the previous month. This brings the average price per square metre to €1,861, according to data from fotocasa. Other than from April to May, all monthly increases throughout 2018 have been between 0.3 and 0.9%. Looking at the year-on-year Continue Reading

New Properties are most expensive in Spain

New properties are the most expensive in Spain

The most expensive second-hand properties in Spain are those under five years old, with an average price of €258,024. This is quite interesting given that in 2017, these properties were the cheapest with an average price of €175,625. This is a 47% increase in the price of new properties in only one year. In fact, Continue Reading

Used Property Prices Maintain Growth

Used Property Prices Maintain Growth

Average property prices of second-hand housing in Spain in October 2018 reached 1,656 euros per square metre. This represents a small monthly increase of 0.21%, when compared to September. Looking at the annual variation, the increase is 6.03% over the price seen in October 2017 (1,562 euros/m²). “Everything points to prices maintaining their upward trend,” Continue Reading

Used-Property Prices up 2.9% During Summer

Madrid is the most expensive for used property

Used-property prices in Spain increased by 2.9% during the third quarter of 2018. This rise leaves an average square metre at 1,712 euros, according to the latest idealista price index. Looking at the annual variation, the increase is 7.7%. Fernando Encinar, head of idealista studies, says “the data corroborates the opinions that normalisation is happening Continue Reading

Property Prices Appear Stable in August

Property Prices Appear Stable in August

Second hand property prices in Spain registered a slight increase in August, rising 0.4% to reach an average of 1,697 euros per square metre. Looking at the costs last August, the year-on-year increase is +9.2%, according to data from idealista. Property prices appear to have stablilised following years of significant increases. We are still seeing Continue Reading

Used House Prices Up 2.7% in Second Quarter

Compared to Q2 2017, the increase is 7%

Second-hand house prices in Spain increased 2.7% during the second quarter of 2018. This rise puts the average cost of a square metre at 1,644 euros, according to the latest figures from idealista. Looking at the annual variation, the increase is 7%. Madrid, Barcelona and the Islands lead the ranking. “The recovery of the economy Continue Reading

Used Property Prices Up in May

A square metre in Barcelona now over €4,000

According to the latest figures from pisos.com, average property prices of used housing in Spain increased in May by 1.08%, when compared to April. The average price now stands at 1,589 euros per square metre. In April the average price was 1,572 euros. With respect to May in the previous year, the increase is 3.05%, Continue Reading

Second-Hand House Prices Up in April

price ranking by autonomous community

Second-hand house prices in Spain stood at an average of €1,765 p/m² in April, an increase of 0.7% when compared to March. This confirms that the price of second-hand housing is stable and is fluctuating only slightly month to month. With respect to the annual variation, the price in April represented an increase of 5.4% Continue Reading

Used Housing Prices Up 2.4% in 2017

The Balearic Islands saw the biggest rise in 2017

The price of used housing in Spain registered a small year-on-year increase in 2017. Prices rose 2.4% in the last 12 months to reach an average of 1,586 euros/m². Fernando Encinar, head of idealista studies, said “If 2016 was a turning point in the evolution of the market, in 2017 we would have to talk Continue Reading

Buyers Turning Away From New Property

New property is too expensive most buyers

New property has typically been sparse as available plots of land become scarce and although new construction has returned to many areas, Spain is still suffering from a lack of “new” stock. According to a survey carried out by idealista, 3 out of 4 buyers have ruled out searching for new homes as the prices Continue Reading