Articles tagged as "Property Prices Spain"

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Sky-high London property prices shock Chelsea’s Spanish footballer, Álvaro Morata

Spain and Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata is reported to be unhappy in London. But it's not the weather or food that's getting him down, but the property prices.

Spain and Chelsea striker Álvaro Morata is reported to be unhappy in London. But it’s not the weather or food that’s getting him down, it’s the property prices.

He may have moved from Real Madrid to Chelsea over the summer for a cool £65 million, signing a £160,000-a-week contract in the process, but Spanish footballer Álvaro Morata has already expressed his disbelief at London’s extortionate property prices.

It usually takes many months for newly arrived Londoners to realise that the homes they’re living in really aren’t value for money. But canny Morata has seen the woods for the trees quite early on – possibly because, being Spanish, he is used to a better cost-quality ratio

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Author: 06/11/2017 [0] Comments 

Cost of living and property cheaper in southern Spain than north, study finds

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Cities in southern Spain are far more affordable places to live then their northern neighbours, a new study has found. The weather is usually better, too.

The great North-South divide that has shaped British politics, class and football rivalries for decades is not just restricted to the UK.

A new study by Kelisto.es found that there are stark North-South divisions in Spain when it comes to living costs, but – unlike the UK – it is the south that offers the best value for money

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Author: 24/02/2016 [1] Comment 

Spain could see 2% rise in property prices by end of 2015

Spain is on course to register 380,000 property transactions this year, with 2016 set to be even better.

A report compiled by influential Spanish commercial bank Bankinter has suggested that property prices in Spain could end the year two per cent higher than at the end of 2014.

The report also adds that Spain is likely to shift 50,000 new homes this year as the property recovery strengthens in both the new build and the resale home markets…

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Author: 03/09/2015 [2] Comments 

Spanish resale property market boomed in May

From transactions to demand to pricing, Spain’s property market is showing signs of rude health.

Figures from Spain’s property registry offices for May have revealed an encouraging increase in sales activity, with almost 30,000 transactions made nationwide that month.

Based on last year’s data for the same month, this represents a healthy six per cent increase, with resale properties dominating the figures – second-hand homes accounted for 78 per cent of all properties bought and sold in Spain in May…

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Author: 13/07/2015 [0] Comments 

Spain’s property prices up 1.15% in third quarter

The number of British buyers recorded in the third quarter has risen by 37% in a year

Data published this week by Spain’s Property Registrars has revealed that property prices have risen by 1.15 per cent in the third quarter of 2014 when compared to the same period last year…

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Author: 15/12/2014 [0] Comments 

Spanish property prices on the up for first time in three years

Popular regions of Spain, like the Costa del Sol, are seeing an uptick in property prices

Official data released on Monday by Spain’s National Statistics Institute showed that Spanish property prices were up for the third quarter of 2013 – the months between July and September – for the first time in three years.

Since the country’s recession and subsequent housing slump post-2008, property prices in Spain have generally been going in one direction – downwards. These latest figures show that not only has the country’s economy and real estate industry stabilised, but the signs are good that the first shoots of recovery and growth are starting to emerge…

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Author: 18/12/2013 [0] Comments 
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