Spanish House Prices Rising Faster than EU Averages

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Spanish house prices rose considerably faster than EU and Eurozone averages during the third quarter (Q3) of 2018, latest figures from the EU’s statistics bureau Eurostat show. During Q3, average property prices in the EU rose by 1.6% and by 1.5% in the Eurozone, compared with a 2.2% rise in Spanish house prices. Quarter-on-quarter, the… Read more »

Property Sales Keep on Rising as Recovery gains Momentum

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The Spanish property market took further steps towards recovery in May with nearly 52,000 housing sales. The number of properties exchanging hands in May rose by 7.7% compared with the same month last year, according to the Spanish notaries, reaching a total of 51,896 transactions.

Property Recovery Remains Steady as Prices Continue to Rise

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The Spanish property market is consolidating and prices are continuing to rise across the country. Spanish property prices are estimated to have risen by as much as 4% in November, compared with the same month last year, according to leading property valuation firm Tinsa. But whilst property prices are going up, experts are confident that… Read more »

59% of European’s Think House Prices will Rise

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Steady growth in European consumer confidence gives way to raised expectations of property price hikes. More than half of European consumers believe that European property prices will rise over the next 12 months, according to ING International Homes and Mortgages 2017 survey. The annual survey, questioning 15,000 people across 15 countries, asked respondents about their… Read more »

Spanish Property Prices & Sales Maintain Upward Trend

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The Spanish property market continues its recovery with both sales and property prices maintaining an upward trend. In February property prices increased by 1.8%, with rises occurring in all but one of the last 12 months, according to leading valuation firm Tinsa.