The on-going recovery of Spanish property prices continued across the country in September, with average prices rising by 4.8%, according to leading property valuation firm Tinsa. Prices rose in all of the categories identified by Tinsa, led by a 7.3% rise in regional capitals and other large cities and a 4.7% in Mediterranean coastal areas.
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Spanish property sales experienced significant growth in July following two months of minimal rises. The number of properties sold in Spain throughout the month of July reached 45,900 units, 16.2% more than the same period in 2017, according to the latest figures published by the government’s central statistics unit.
Average property prices have risen by 11.6% since the market bottomed out in February 2015 while prices in Mediterranean coastal areas and regional capitals have risen even further, new figures show. The Spanish property market has experienced significant growth over the last three and a half years, with residential properties located in regional capitals and… Read more »
Spanish property prices rose by 4.3% in the last 12 months and if upward trends continue further rises are likely to follow. Since the market bottomed out in February 2015, Spanish property prices have grown by 10.6%, according to latest data published by property valuation firm Tinsa, testament that confidence has undoubtedly returned to the… Read more »
Analysts forecast healthy rise in property sales and prices but maintain there’s no danger of another property bubble forming. Spanish property prices will increase by 5% this year and property sales by 7%, according to the latest report by Spain’s second largest bank BBVA.