Interest in Spanish property is picking up, both domestically and among foreign buyers
What a difference two years makes. Now, it is never really wise to compare Daily Mail headlines with Financial Times ones, but a story published on the FT over the weekend struck a notable chord.
The FT reports that the town of Seseña, 35km south of Madrid, has begun to pique the interest of potential property buyers. This news is significant because back in 2012 Seseña stood for all that was wrong with Spanish property: incomplete, overpriced, empty and unnecessary. The never-to-be-inhabited overspill suburb of Madrid became the stick with which media outlets beat Spain’s property market…