Articles tagged as "Spanish property"

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Monthly sales figures for Spanish property topping 40,000 as stability reigns

Activity in Spain's property market is brisker today than it has been for almost a decade.

Activity in Spain’s property market is brisker today than it has been for almost a decade.

Analysis of property sales data by Spanish property market valuation and appraisals firm Tinsa has shown that monthly transactions have held steady at and around the 40,000 per month mark for the past few months.

This performance indicates that Spain’s property market has entered into a new phase of growth; a more sustained, steady and encouraging stage that generally follows on from the more rapid increases in property purchases associated with a market’s initial recovery…

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Author: 19/09/2017 [0] Comments 

Spain rises to third in expat quality of life survey

The stunning Basque region in northern Spain is set to welcome back a growing number of natives from the UK.

Spain has risen from fourth to third place in the latest expat quality of life survey, and it is easy to see why.

Spain has been ranked the third best place in the world to be an expat in the latest InterNations survey.

The poll, conducted every year, asked 12,500 expats to rate 43 different aspects of life abroad on a scale of one to seven…

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Author: 18/09/2017 [0] Comments 

Spanish property records 5.6% price increase in second quarter

Home values across Spain vary, and so too do annual price fluctuations, but as a national average the trend is positive.

Home values across Spain vary, and so too do annual price fluctuations, but as a national average the trend is positive.

Attaining an accurate, tell-all figure that provides a snapshot of Spanish property prices is no easy task. Aside from the regional variation, there are also a number of different metrics being used, ranging from average mortgage loan values to recorded transaction prices…

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Author: 12/09/2017 [0] Comments 

Spanish banks predict house value increases in region of 4-7% annually

Some banks believe Spanish home values could increase as much as 7% annually between now and 2020.

Some banks believe Spanish home values could increase as much as 7% annually between now and 2020.

Forecasting Spain’s property market is perhaps easier today than it was, say, a decade ago, when very few people foresaw the global economic crash on the horizon.

But even with almost three years of back data pointing towards steady and continued house price growth, it still feels a little like tempting fate to suggest further increases are on the cards…

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Author: 07/09/2017 [0] Comments 

June home sales rise 19% in Spain compared to last year

June's registered home sales reached almost 40,000, which is an impressive number by any metric.

June’s registered home sales reached almost 40,000, which is an impressive number by any metric.

Data from Spain’s Land Register has revealed that 39,625 residential property sales were recorded in the country in June – a figure that is 19% higher than for the same month last year.

These figures differ from those recorded by other metrics because they measure the number of properties actually registered with the government, rather than the number of sales that took place in June…

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Author: 05/09/2017 [0] Comments 

Spain’s property resales reach highest point for a decade in second quarter

In the second quarter, resale volumes for Spanish property reached heights last seen in 2007.

In the second quarter, resale volumes for Spanish property reached heights last seen in 2007.

Data published this week by Spain’s property registrars shows that the number of resale homes bought in the second quarter of this year was 99,343 – the highest quarterly figure recorded for ten years…

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Author: 01/09/2017 [0] Comments 

Spain’s household expenditure doubles in the second quarter

Spanish households have loosened the purse strings in the past few months.

Spanish households have loosened the purse strings in the past few months.

Economists have a variety of means and methods to measure the financial health of a country. The most obvious ones – employment rates and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) – provide a broad overview of performance, but there are a few more specific metrics that can offer a better indication of how the average citizen is faring…

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Author: 28/08/2017 [0] Comments 

Santa Barbara Heights in Mijas Costa… luxury redefined on the Costa del Sol

Santa Barbara Heights, Mijas Costa

Santa Barbara Heights – a new dimension in luxury living on the Costa del Sol.

I’ve got some really exciting news to share with you because I’m thrilled to announce that VIVA have been appointed as agents for Club La Costa World’s brand new residential development, Santa Barbara Heights, located between Fuengirola and La Cala de Mijas – right at the heart of the Costa del Sol – and with prices starting from just €369,000…

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Author: 24/08/2017 [0] Comments 

Spain sees record tourism and foreign property activity in first half of 2017

Foreign investors are snapping up Spanish property in record volumes... and using it for their very own holiday enjoyment, data shows.

Foreign investors are snapping up Spanish property in record volumes… and using it for their very own holiday enjoyment, data shows.

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Spain’s property market and tourism industry is in rude health, with the latest data from Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) and the National Statistics Institute (INE) showing that the first half of 2017 was a record year in many ways…

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Author: 15/08/2017 [0] Comments 

Santander sells €10 billion worth of Spanish property

Santander's sale of Spanish property is indicative of broader movement in the real estate sector.

Santander’s sale of Spanish property is indicative of broader movement in the real estate sector.

Movement in Spain’s real estate industry has been brisk for the past 24 months at least, with the residential housing market particularly buoyant thanks to the cash and activity of private buyers…

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Author: 10/08/2017 [0] Comments 
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