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Spanish property values continue their climb with 3.6% increase in March

The latest data gives a very positive outlook for Spanish property in 2018.

The latest data gives a very positive outlook for Spanish property in 2018.

The first quarter of 2018 has already begun to shape what looks set to be a very strong year for property prices in Spain…

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Author: 24/04/2018 [0] Comments 

Megayacht marina for Málaga on the horizon

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Málaga city is a favourite port of call for many of the world’s most iconic of luxury superyachts.

Featuring on the itineraries of many of the world’s largest, fastest and plushest of superyachts for several years, Málaga city’s Port Authority has recently announced its intention to create a megayacht marina to serve as a connecting hub for private, multimillion dollar superyachts sailing the well-trodden route between the Caribbean and the Mediterranean…

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Author: 23/04/2018 [0] Comments 

VIVA-Cánovas Holiday Rentals: a new dimension in the Costa del Sol property market

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Did you know that VIVA, in partnership with Inmobiliaria Cánovas, now offer Holiday Rentals?

As many of our readers will know, VIVA have been a major player in the Costa del Sol property market for many, many years, helping both home buyers and vendors and offering an unparalleled service in the property sales arena. The VIVA team has helped thousands of people realise their dream of buying a home in the sun and – guess what – we have no intention of stopping there…

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Author: 20/04/2018 [0] Comments 

In the mixer: construction sector of Spain churns out some impressive growth stats

With cement sales in the residential construction sector soaring, Spain's property market recovery appears even stronger and more balanced.

With cement sales in the residential construction sector soaring, Spain’s property market recovery appears even stronger and more balanced.

Cement: Grey, heavy, slurried, hard, brittle and, well, boring. But vital, of course, since without it we’d have very unstable buildings, roads, bridges and pavements. So, forgive us for writing about cement just this once – because it’s relevant

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Author: 19/04/2018 [0] Comments 

Increases in Spanish property prices for 2017 outperform EU average, data shows

With thousands and thousands of people snapping up excellent Spanish homes, it is little wonder that their values have risen above the EU average last year.

With thousands and thousands of people snapping up excellent Spanish homes, it is little wonder that their values have risen above the EU average last year.

New property valuation data from the European Union’s official statistics bureau Eurostat has revealed that Spanish home values increased above the EU average in 2017

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Author: 16/04/2018 [0] Comments 

Spain property transactions rose 16% in February, official data reveals

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In February this year, more than 41,000 home sales were recorded across Spain.

Spain’s National Institute of Statistics (INE) on Wednesday published data that showed the number of property sales in February this year was 16.2% higher than at the same point in 2017. According to the INE, 41,480 residential property transactions were registered in the shortest month of the year, which is a rather impressive figure and the highest for February since 2011…

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Author: 13/04/2018 [0] Comments 

Málaga Airport records 7% increase in passenger numbers at beginning of 2018

Malaga Airport is officially Spain's fourth-busiest all year round, and has gotten off to a flyer in 2018.

Málaga Airport, officially Spain’s fourth-busiest all year round, has got off to a flyer in 2018.

The gateway to the Costa del Sol, Málaga’s vast and glistening airport, is rarely quiet. With Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Marbella, Puerto Banús and Estepona all lined up along the coast on the one side, and the city of Málaga and the pretty resort of Nerja to the other, the airport is perfectly located to serve one of Spain’s prettiest and most popular corners…

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Author: 11/04/2018 [0] Comments 

First quarter pricing data for Spanish property shows 3.8% rise

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The steady price momentum shows that Spain is off to an encouraging start in 2018.

The latest statistics from respected real estate valuation firm Tinsa have been published for Spain’s first quarter and they show that the average home was 3.8 per cent more expensive at the end of March 2018 than it was at the equivalent time last year…

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Author: 09/04/2018 [0] Comments 

Valuation experts saw 4.3% property price increase in Spain last year

Last year's average annual property price increase built upon 2016's data, and suggests further modest increases for 2018.

Last year’s average annual property price increase built upon 2016’s data, and suggests further modest increases for 2018.

There has been a raft of positive data examining the Spanish property industry, with 2017’s performance generally considered to be the best 12 months for the industry in a decade…

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Author: 05/04/2018 [0] Comments 

Spain’s unemployment rate falls further in March

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Spain’s unemployment figures are at their lowest for a decade.

The number of jobless in Spain fell by a further 47,697 in March according to national government data. This fall takes the total number of those out of work in Spain to 3,422,551 – the lowest figure for a decade…

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