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The Lifestyle. A Day in the Life. Why Spain. At the moment it may not be at the top of your agenda. The extent of the pandemic has taken most of us by surprise. However, we are now seeing a glimmer of hope in the newsreels. Some countries are looking towards relaxing their measures and after this current period of lockdown we expect that Spain will soon follow suit.

So what can we expect from the Spanish housing market when this is over and will house prices in Spain go up or down? However, the predictions are that the impact will not continue for as long as that following the recession of For some, investing in property during uncertain times is a better alternative than trusting in some other investment options that can be more prone to fluctuation.

Throughout this pandemic, references have been made to the crash in There are, of course, many differences. However, the impact on the economy, we are pretty, sure will be significant in most countries and Spain is no exception. The months after we creep back into shared spaces will see people having to dig deep into their reserves financially. That, of course, is if they have them.

The Spanish government is keen to ensure that no one is left destitute as a result of the measures they have had to take. Numerous plans are in place to provide a minimum income for everyone and to enable businesses to stay afloat. This aside, however well these measures work we can expect to see a drop in confidence and some businesses will find it impossible to recover.

As such, we can expect the construction industry to have a set back and house prices in Spain could fall because of this too. For those who are wanting to sell, this is not perhaps the best time to do it.

Sellers will have to drop their asking price and even then there may simply not be the people out there buying. We could see something approaching this in the coming months. Of course, this means then that it is a good time to buy. If you do have the capital and owning a property in Spain has always been your dream then could be a golden year to do it. If you are British there are added incentives for completing before the end of December.

We know what the requirements are for people at the moment but the future, post January , is less certain. It can also be a good time to change property in Spain. The price of your existing property may be down, if house prices in Spain have fallen, but at least you will be able to buy for a reduced amount too. Of course, this is dependent on finding a buyer. This applies whether you are considering upsizing or downsizing. If you are a potential investor , looking for something that will give you a return in the future, then buying a Spanish property while house prices are low should be on your list of possibilities.

It is likely that there will be low interest rates for some time and anyone who does have money to spare should consider alternative means of investing it. Buying Spanish property could well be one. The rental market is strong and now is the time to snap up bargains which could prove to be attractive to rent in the future. At some point this tragic and challenging period in our lives will be over.

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288 m2 | 1 bedrooms | 1 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
EXCLUSIVE: Andalucia property for sale -Location: Alora, Inland Malaga, Costa del Sol Price , euros Reduced SOLD Summary Fully. Added to Site. Anytime. Anytime, Last 24 hours, Last 3 days, Last 7 days, Last 14 days. Sort by. Highest price. Highest price, Lowest price. Include Sold STC. After seven long years of house price declines, Spain's housing market only returned to growth in Spanish house prices had fallen by a total of % (-​

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Apartments in Majorca and villas in Majorca will rent to both families and young holidaymakers when you are not using the Majorca property yourself and be a fantastic retreat when you do want to get away. Though it has a reputation for being a party island, Ibiza also has a quieter side and attracts families and couples to its white sands and clear waters, away from the revellers and busy club resorts. And property in Ibiza is some of the loveliest property in the Balearics.

Apartments in Ibiza and villas in Ibiza are rentable throughout the year thanks to the islands days of sunshine; so purchasing property in Ibiza whether for investment purposes or personal use will guarantee you returns on your Ibiza property.

The charm of Spain's village homes. Is your ideal Spanish home a traditional house packed with local character and set in an authentic village community?

Here is a list of things that make this type of property, known as a 'casa de pueblo' so desirable, and some examples for you to choose from Could you fall for a home with autumn views? Enjoy the vine-r things in life! Learn everything you need to know to successfully find and buy a property in Spain.

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market in Spain. Prices of Property in Spain actually sold. Housing Price Index (HPI); Properties purchased in Spain, according with the Spanish notaries. A recent report from the Bank of Spain suggests the domestic housing market to get it to the same level, sold for the equivalent of €2, in December In the coming quarters the housing market faces a drop in sales, mortgage signing, House prices will drop in Spain in response to the urgent need to sell.

In addition, all autonomous regions registered price increases at some point during , although there were fluctuations. However, the fact is that, in spite of minor improvements, not that much changed in And the signs are that is unlikely to be any different.

Yes, unemployment is down. Nevertheless, at Overall, Spain has five of the ten worst unemployment black spots in the EU. Source: Eurostat. In fact, one third of the under 30s age group in Spain has never had a job. Meanwhile, in Germany the unemployment rate for the same demographic is an average 6. Yes, , new jobs in a year is impressive. However, seasonal, temporary and part-time contracts still outnumber permanent ones by a big margin.

For example, of the One of the reasons for these figures is that tourism is currently the biggest source of employment in Spain in , with Unfortunately, jobs in tourism tend to be low-skilled, low paid, temporary and seasonal. While noting improvements in the economy since the previous report in it highlighted persistent structural problems hindering sustained recovery.

It seems not much has changed. They were the same issues mentioned in the report, above all the dire unemployment figures. The reality is that Spain has never been close to full employment even for adults. Between and the average youth unemployment rate was Even in at the height of the boom it was Source: Eurostat So, in spite of several boom periods in that timeline, Spain has made little progress in improving job prospects for young people. Inevitably, such insecurity spills over into the housing market.

A recent report from the Bank of Spain suggests the domestic housing market will remain relatively weak for years to come. Instead, Spaniards have actually returned to income levels of the year And even worse, the wages of low-skilled youths have retreated further, to late levels.

Now, at age 30, they earn less than year-olds did 10 years, ago and almost the same as year-olds earned 20 years ago. In effect, two decades of purchasing power have been lost. In addition, there has been a similar regression regarding the salaries of skilled workers.

Source: Bank of Spain. And the signs have been there for a while. And it would have been even worse but for the fact that many buyers were already locked into off-plan purchases made before the crash.

But the decline hit bottom in the second half of as foreign bargain hunters emerged. And the number of overseas buyers has increased every year since. Meanwhile, the domestic property market was still falling in When the first upturn was registered in , it was fully four years behind the overseas sector.

Life expectancy rose by ten years between and At 80yrs for men and 85yrs for women Spaniards have the highest life expectancy in the EU and third worldwide. Only Japan and Switzerland do better although only by a few months. The climate suits all tastes. It ranges from four seasons with a proper winter and lots of snow in the north to the sub-tropical south. In fact, Spain has occupied the top spot ever the scheme began in This puts it in third place globally, behind Italy 54 and China Living well is affordable with food and drink prices below the E.

Spanish cuisine is world-class. Spain has three restaurants listed in the top ten restaurants in the world, more than any other country. Sports and outdoor enthusiasts are spoilt for choice. I said in the introduction to this report that, in spite of lots more good news, the market is still patchy. Remember that these statistics only cover the first half of but I expect the full year figures will confirm the results so far.

Cantabria welcomed just buyers from overseas in this period while Extremadura was the lowest with Then ask where the majority of those overseas purchasers buy for the explanation. And the same patchy recovery pattern occurs within regions as well. And the same holds true for other regions as well. However, in the introduction to this report I highlighted the fall in the number of overseas buyers in the first half of Unscrambling the statistics shows 51, foreign nationals bought a property in Spain, compared with 53, in the same period in , On the other hand, when the first half of is compared with the second half of , the foreign buyer total actually rose by 2.

The decline in the Balearics is a bit more puzzling. One reason might be high prices. Also, Mallorca, the main market of the Balearics, has introduced very restrictive tourist rental laws and these may be responsible for the fall in overseas buyers. Although not buy-to-let investors as such, many overseas buyers are keen to cover running costs via rentals when not in residence. In spite of so much negativity on the part of many commentators and market analysts, almost willing the British market to collapse to back-up their argument, it is proving remarkably resilient.

The Germans were in 3rd place with 3, In market share terms the British made up However, these top 3 players all registered falls compared to the same period in There were In fact, there were only two groups from EU countries that increased, Ireland up 1. Nevertheless, some nationalities showed strong growth but they were all non-EU citizens. Argentinians and Ecuadorians rose Buyers from the US rose Although there were fewer buyers from overseas spending per square metre was up in the most numerous nationalities.

The Norwegians went mad and increased average spend per square metre by Only the Irish, Italians and Danes spent less than the same period in But the real big spenders in were from the US. So, is the overseas market in Spain slowing down? Is demand falling? Is the supply side getting too big? Have prices risen too fast? Lots of questions and several answers, I think.

In the case of the British, I think currency weakness is partly to blame. If sterling strengthens throughout I think British buyer numbers will increase once again. However, I think there are other factors at play in the overseas market.

In fact, I would go so far as to say that demand held up very well throughout , lots of people still wanting to buy a property in Spain. For reasons I have never quite understood, foreign buyers are like moths to a flame if new-build is available, even when the location is inferior.

The fact is there is very little raw building land available in the very best locations, it was built on years ago. Consequently, it follows that much of the new-build activity is not in prime locations.

However, since the recovery started the supply side of new apartments and houses lagged way behind demand. Inevitably, this imbalance skewed new-build prices, to an extent I believe was unsustainable. New may be nice but is it worth paying double, or even more, per square metre than a resale?

However, as more new-build projects come on stream, and the signs are that the pace is picking up, I think new-build prices will come under pressure. I predict buyers who purchased in early phases of some new developments will find their property is worth less than they paid by the time they get the keys.

In fact I think some buyers are paying such inflated prices for new build properties that they may never see a return on their investment no matter how long they hold it. At the height of the building frenzy in Spain approved building licences for , units. This figure was more than the UK, France and Germany combined. In reality, the construction industry was more or less wiped out. Nevertheless, building licence approvals have grown year-on-year since The final total will be published in Spring Meanwhile, although Q1 and Q2 figures indicated a slowdown numbers picked up again heading into Q4.

With two months still to count in , 91, permits had been authorised across Spain. However, the biggest increases in new permits are in the Mediterranean coastal regions, precisely those locations favoured by overseas buyers.

So the cranes are not spread evenly across Spain but are clustered in just a few regions and in just a few places within those regions. The same regional imbalances I highlighted earlier with regard to transaction numbers is duplicated in the construction sector. As the supply side improves one would expect prices rises to moderate even if demand holds steady. On the other hand, if demand is actually falling, then new-build prices will be under serious pressure.

One thing for sure, no developer goes into a project expecting prices to fall during construction. The assumption is always that prices will rise phase by phase. I think will give some of them quite a shock. Already, there are rumours circulating of developers delaying the launch of new phases as sales slow.

Lack of well-priced, top quality properties in prime locations is also a feature of the current resale market. However, available stock is more in balance with demand. In my experience they are much more likely to walk away than overpay. Look hard and there are still good deals available. However, I have a problem with many asking prices. I feel sellers assume that just because new-build prices have gone through the roof they can ramp up their asking prices to similar levels.

That assumption is incorrect in my view. As I started a search for a client at the beginning of I noticed that every house under consideration had been reduced from the original asking price. When over-optimistic sellers reduce asking prices to more in line with what the market can stand, they sell. And in price per square metre terms that will be way below new-builds prices. Marbella, the sixth most expensive town in Spain, is a good example of the new-build versus resale price conundrum.

At the start of a client was negotiating to buy a detached villa. With 5 bedrooms, m from the beach, walking distance to town, and with the contemporary look that is so in demand.

Also at the beginning of I located a 2 bedroom townhouse, fully renovated to the highest of standards. However, it too had reduced from the original asking price before a buyer emerged For the same clients, I have just added a beachfront apartment to the short list. When I am researching the market for my clients I always do the price per square metre calculation to help me come to a conclusion about the asking price.

I told him it was a bit late for that, the time for price comparisons was in , not The fact is, shiny new stuff never trumps location. Seems the developer has licence problems. However, buyers are already paying more than that per square metre just to get their hands on a new property. However, in my view that will be because new-build prices retreat, not because resale prices increase markedly.

There is a close link between rental yields in Spain and the health of the Spanish tourism sector. Currently, Spain is the second most visited country in the world. Obviously, some will have their own homes, or stay with family and friends, but that leaves a serious number of overseas visitors renting privately.

As a result, rental yields make letting a property in Spain an interesting option. There is high demand for both long and short term rentals. What used to be considered luxury items, such as free wifi, flat screen t. There is just as much demand for smart two bedroom apartments in the right location. I thought property price rises would squeeze yields. In all cases, location and interior finishes are key. It seems likely that demand for short-term holiday rentals is only going to increase.

In , just before the global meltdown, Spain welcomed 59m overseas visitors, an all-time record. At the end of the annual total had fallen to However, a decade later, the statistics show the 83m barrier broken for the first time.

Since , when package holidays were first available on the island, it has been a well liked holiday destination. Many return for holidays each year and so have invested in property in Majorca. Buying a property in Majorca will always be a good investment as property in the Balearics remains highly rentable. Apartments in Majorca and villas in Majorca will rent to both families and young holidaymakers when you are not using the Majorca property yourself and be a fantastic retreat when you do want to get away.

Though it has a reputation for being a party island, Ibiza also has a quieter side and attracts families and couples to its white sands and clear waters, away from the revellers and busy club resorts. And property in Ibiza is some of the loveliest property in the Balearics.

Apartments in Ibiza and villas in Ibiza are rentable throughout the year thanks to the islands days of sunshine; so purchasing property in Ibiza whether for investment purposes or personal use will guarantee you returns on your Ibiza property. The charm of Spain's village homes. Is your ideal Spanish home a traditional house packed with local character and set in an authentic village community?

Here is a list of things that make this type of property, known as a 'casa de pueblo' so desirable, and some examples for you to choose from Could you fall for a home with autumn views?

Enjoy the vine-r things in life! Learn everything you need to know to successfully find and buy a property in Spain. Search for property in Spain. Type a place name or click the map to begin your search. Search in:. Price from: No min 25, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 1,, 1,, 2,, 3,, No min. Price to: No max 25, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 1,, 1,, 2,, 3,, No max.

Min bedrooms: No min Studio 1 2 3 4 5. Max bedrooms: No max Studio 1 2 3 4 5. Sort by: Highest price Lowest price. Include Sold STC Find Properties. Spanish Property Sponsors Advertise Here. Property in Spain Search for property in Spain with Rightmoveoverseas. Property in Costa Blanca Property in Costa Blanca is some of the most well-liked property in Spain as the Costa Blanca is one of the most popular destinations for Brits, whether it is for a summer holiday or a destination for a second home, property in Costa Blanca is first choice for many.

Property in the Balearic Islands The Balearic Islands; Minorca, Majorca and Ibiza; are amongst the most popular holiday destinations in the whole of Europe and their excellent climate, beaches and natural beauty attracts visitors and investors form around the world.

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Added to Site. Anytime. Anytime, Last 24 hours, Last 3 days, Last 7 days, Last 14 days. Sort by. Highest price. Highest price, Lowest price. Include Sold STC. Take the guesswork out of buying a property in Spain. We check and market data sources daily to provide you with the very latest on the Spanish property market. house price index Find out how Kyero can help you sell more properties. In the coming quarters the housing market faces a drop in sales, mortgage signing, House prices will drop in Spain in response to the urgent need to sell.

Euribor, which sets the interest rate for the majority of Spanish mortgages, registered another historic low in August but ended the year slightly better at The prediction is that it will remain negative throughout In addition, all autonomous regions registered price increases at some point during , although there were fluctuations. However, the fact is that, in spite of minor improvements, not that much changed in And the signs are that is unlikely to be any different.

Yes, unemployment is down. Nevertheless, at Overall, Spain has five of the ten worst unemployment black spots in the EU. Source: Eurostat. In fact, one third of the under 30s age group in Spain has never had a job. Meanwhile, in Germany the unemployment rate for the same demographic is an average 6.

Yes, , new jobs in a year is impressive. However, seasonal, temporary and part-time contracts still outnumber permanent ones by a big margin. For example, of the One of the reasons for these figures is that tourism is currently the biggest source of employment in Spain in , with Unfortunately, jobs in tourism tend to be low-skilled, low paid, temporary and seasonal.

While noting improvements in the economy since the previous report in it highlighted persistent structural problems hindering sustained recovery. It seems not much has changed. They were the same issues mentioned in the report, above all the dire unemployment figures. The reality is that Spain has never been close to full employment even for adults. Between and the average youth unemployment rate was Even in at the height of the boom it was Source: Eurostat So, in spite of several boom periods in that timeline, Spain has made little progress in improving job prospects for young people.

Inevitably, such insecurity spills over into the housing market. A recent report from the Bank of Spain suggests the domestic housing market will remain relatively weak for years to come. Instead, Spaniards have actually returned to income levels of the year And even worse, the wages of low-skilled youths have retreated further, to late levels. Now, at age 30, they earn less than year-olds did 10 years, ago and almost the same as year-olds earned 20 years ago.

In effect, two decades of purchasing power have been lost. In addition, there has been a similar regression regarding the salaries of skilled workers. Source: Bank of Spain.

And the signs have been there for a while. And it would have been even worse but for the fact that many buyers were already locked into off-plan purchases made before the crash.

But the decline hit bottom in the second half of as foreign bargain hunters emerged. And the number of overseas buyers has increased every year since. Meanwhile, the domestic property market was still falling in When the first upturn was registered in , it was fully four years behind the overseas sector.

Life expectancy rose by ten years between and At 80yrs for men and 85yrs for women Spaniards have the highest life expectancy in the EU and third worldwide. Only Japan and Switzerland do better although only by a few months. The climate suits all tastes. It ranges from four seasons with a proper winter and lots of snow in the north to the sub-tropical south. In fact, Spain has occupied the top spot ever the scheme began in This puts it in third place globally, behind Italy 54 and China Living well is affordable with food and drink prices below the E.

Spanish cuisine is world-class. Spain has three restaurants listed in the top ten restaurants in the world, more than any other country. Sports and outdoor enthusiasts are spoilt for choice. I said in the introduction to this report that, in spite of lots more good news, the market is still patchy. Remember that these statistics only cover the first half of but I expect the full year figures will confirm the results so far.

Cantabria welcomed just buyers from overseas in this period while Extremadura was the lowest with Then ask where the majority of those overseas purchasers buy for the explanation. And the same patchy recovery pattern occurs within regions as well. And the same holds true for other regions as well. However, in the introduction to this report I highlighted the fall in the number of overseas buyers in the first half of Unscrambling the statistics shows 51, foreign nationals bought a property in Spain, compared with 53, in the same period in , On the other hand, when the first half of is compared with the second half of , the foreign buyer total actually rose by 2.

The decline in the Balearics is a bit more puzzling. One reason might be high prices. Also, Mallorca, the main market of the Balearics, has introduced very restrictive tourist rental laws and these may be responsible for the fall in overseas buyers. Although not buy-to-let investors as such, many overseas buyers are keen to cover running costs via rentals when not in residence. In spite of so much negativity on the part of many commentators and market analysts, almost willing the British market to collapse to back-up their argument, it is proving remarkably resilient.

The Germans were in 3rd place with 3, In market share terms the British made up However, these top 3 players all registered falls compared to the same period in There were In fact, there were only two groups from EU countries that increased, Ireland up 1. Nevertheless, some nationalities showed strong growth but they were all non-EU citizens. Argentinians and Ecuadorians rose Buyers from the US rose Although there were fewer buyers from overseas spending per square metre was up in the most numerous nationalities.

The Norwegians went mad and increased average spend per square metre by Only the Irish, Italians and Danes spent less than the same period in But the real big spenders in were from the US.

So, is the overseas market in Spain slowing down? Is demand falling? Is the supply side getting too big? Have prices risen too fast? Lots of questions and several answers, I think. In the case of the British, I think currency weakness is partly to blame. If sterling strengthens throughout I think British buyer numbers will increase once again.

However, I think there are other factors at play in the overseas market. In fact, I would go so far as to say that demand held up very well throughout , lots of people still wanting to buy a property in Spain.

For reasons I have never quite understood, foreign buyers are like moths to a flame if new-build is available, even when the location is inferior. The fact is there is very little raw building land available in the very best locations, it was built on years ago. Consequently, it follows that much of the new-build activity is not in prime locations.

However, since the recovery started the supply side of new apartments and houses lagged way behind demand. Inevitably, this imbalance skewed new-build prices, to an extent I believe was unsustainable. New may be nice but is it worth paying double, or even more, per square metre than a resale? However, as more new-build projects come on stream, and the signs are that the pace is picking up, I think new-build prices will come under pressure.

I predict buyers who purchased in early phases of some new developments will find their property is worth less than they paid by the time they get the keys.

In fact I think some buyers are paying such inflated prices for new build properties that they may never see a return on their investment no matter how long they hold it. At the height of the building frenzy in Spain approved building licences for , units. METRE in the first quarter of and a record low of METRE in the first quarter of This page provides the latest reported value for - Spain House Prices - plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news.

Spain House Prices - values, historical data and charts - was last updated on May of Housing Index in Spain is expected to be Looking forward, we estimate Housing Index in Spain to stand at In the long-term, the Spain House Prices is projected to trend around METRE in , according to our econometric models.

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A recent report from the Bank of Spain suggests the domestic housing market to get it to the same level, sold for the equivalent of €2, in December After seven long years of house price declines, Spain's housing market only returned to growth in Spanish house prices had fallen by a total of % (-​ So you can't check sold house prices online in Spain for free like other countries, which is annoying. But, depending on the type of property you.

The Housing Price Index HPI , base year , is issued by the Spanish National Statistical Institute and aims at measuring the evolution of homes sale prices , both new and second-hand, over time.

The last index issued belongs to the third Quarter of noting that the annual variation of the housing price index HPI in the third quarter of decreased five tenths and stood at 0. By type of dwelling, the annual rate of new housing prices stood at 0. The average price per square metre of sold dwellings was 1. The mortgage loans for the purchase of a home increased a Despite this, their average amount dropped 0.

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Share this. Do not pay for our services Buying a property in Spain with us our fees as lawyers, economists, appraisers and real estate agents are free. We take care of everything Legal advice. However, the predictions are that the impact will not continue for as long as that following the recession of For some, investing in property during uncertain times is a better alternative than trusting in some other investment options that can be more prone to fluctuation.

Throughout this pandemic, references have been made to the crash in There are, of course, many differences. However, the impact on the economy, we are pretty, sure will be significant in most countries and Spain is no exception.

The months after we creep back into shared spaces will see people having to dig deep into their reserves financially. That, of course, is if they have them. The Spanish government is keen to ensure that no one is left destitute as a result of the measures they have had to take. Numerous plans are in place to provide a minimum income for everyone and to enable businesses to stay afloat.

This aside, however well these measures work we can expect to see a drop in confidence and some businesses will find it impossible to recover. As such, we can expect the construction industry to have a set back and house prices in Spain could fall because of this too.

For those who are wanting to sell, this is not perhaps the best time to do it. Sellers will have to drop their asking price and even then there may simply not be the people out there buying. We could see something approaching this in the coming months. Of course, this means then that it is a good time to buy. If you do have the capital and owning a property in Spain has always been your dream then could be a golden year to do it.

If you are British there are added incentives for completing before the end of December. We know what the requirements are for people at the moment but the future, post January , is less certain. It can also be a good time to change property in Spain. The price of your existing property may be down, if house prices in Spain have fallen, but at least you will be able to buy for a reduced amount too.

Of course, this is dependent on finding a buyer. This applies whether you are considering upsizing or downsizing. If you are a potential investor , looking for something that will give you a return in the future, then buying a Spanish property while house prices are low should be on your list of possibilities.

It is likely that there will be low interest rates for some time and anyone who does have money to spare should consider alternative means of investing it. Buying Spanish property could well be one. The rental market is strong and now is the time to snap up bargains which could prove to be attractive to rent in the future. At some point this tragic and challenging period in our lives will be over. With reduced house prices in Spain this could offer a brighter future for potential buyers.

Caroline Clinton. We recommend you contact a local Estate Agent in your area. In your list of towns Catral, Dolores. My name is Colin Angus.

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market in Spain. Prices of Property in Spain actually sold. Housing Price Index (HPI); Properties purchased in Spain, according with the Spanish notaries. A recent report from the Bank of Spain suggests the domestic housing market to get it to the same level, sold for the equivalent of €2, in December EXCLUSIVE: Andalucia property for sale -Location: Alora, Inland Malaga, Costa del Sol Price , euros Reduced SOLD Summary Fully.

To see the actual home sales data in Spain, we consider, first, the indices published by the Spanish National Statistics Institute ; and secondly, the statistics published by the notaries in Spain who are responsible for validating the public deeds to be inscribed in the Land Registry.

The Housing Price Index HPI , base year , is issued by the Spanish National Statistical Institute and aims at measuring the evolution of homes sale prices , both new and second-hand, over time. The last index issued belongs to the third Quarter of noting that the annual variation of the housing price index HPI in the third quarter of decreased five tenths and stood at 0. By type of dwelling, the annual rate of new housing prices stood at 0. The average price per square metre of sold dwellings was 1.

The mortgage loans for the purchase of a home increased a Despite this, their average amount dropped 0. Buying a property in Spain with us our fees as lawyers, economists, appraisers and real estate agents are free. Legal advice. As such, we can expect the construction industry to have a set back and house prices in Spain could fall because of this too.

For those who are wanting to sell, this is not perhaps the best time to do it. Sellers will have to drop their asking price and even then there may simply not be the people out there buying. We could see something approaching this in the coming months. Of course, this means then that it is a good time to buy.

If you do have the capital and owning a property in Spain has always been your dream then could be a golden year to do it. If you are British there are added incentives for completing before the end of December. We know what the requirements are for people at the moment but the future, post January , is less certain. It can also be a good time to change property in Spain.

The price of your existing property may be down, if house prices in Spain have fallen, but at least you will be able to buy for a reduced amount too. Of course, this is dependent on finding a buyer.

This applies whether you are considering upsizing or downsizing. If you are a potential investor , looking for something that will give you a return in the future, then buying a Spanish property while house prices are low should be on your list of possibilities.

It is likely that there will be low interest rates for some time and anyone who does have money to spare should consider alternative means of investing it. Buying Spanish property could well be one. The rental market is strong and now is the time to snap up bargains which could prove to be attractive to rent in the future. At some point this tragic and challenging period in our lives will be over. With reduced house prices in Spain this could offer a brighter future for potential buyers.

Caroline Clinton. We recommend you contact a local Estate Agent in your area. In your list of towns Catral, Dolores. So, is the overseas market in Spain slowing down? Is demand falling? Is the supply side getting too big? Have prices risen too fast? Lots of questions and several answers, I think. In the case of the British, I think currency weakness is partly to blame.

If sterling strengthens throughout I think British buyer numbers will increase once again. However, I think there are other factors at play in the overseas market. In fact, I would go so far as to say that demand held up very well throughout , lots of people still wanting to buy a property in Spain. For reasons I have never quite understood, foreign buyers are like moths to a flame if new-build is available, even when the location is inferior. The fact is there is very little raw building land available in the very best locations, it was built on years ago.

Consequently, it follows that much of the new-build activity is not in prime locations. However, since the recovery started the supply side of new apartments and houses lagged way behind demand.

Inevitably, this imbalance skewed new-build prices, to an extent I believe was unsustainable. New may be nice but is it worth paying double, or even more, per square metre than a resale?

However, as more new-build projects come on stream, and the signs are that the pace is picking up, I think new-build prices will come under pressure. I predict buyers who purchased in early phases of some new developments will find their property is worth less than they paid by the time they get the keys.

In fact I think some buyers are paying such inflated prices for new build properties that they may never see a return on their investment no matter how long they hold it.

At the height of the building frenzy in Spain approved building licences for , units. This figure was more than the UK, France and Germany combined. In reality, the construction industry was more or less wiped out. Nevertheless, building licence approvals have grown year-on-year since The final total will be published in Spring Meanwhile, although Q1 and Q2 figures indicated a slowdown numbers picked up again heading into Q4.

With two months still to count in , 91, permits had been authorised across Spain. However, the biggest increases in new permits are in the Mediterranean coastal regions, precisely those locations favoured by overseas buyers. So the cranes are not spread evenly across Spain but are clustered in just a few regions and in just a few places within those regions. The same regional imbalances I highlighted earlier with regard to transaction numbers is duplicated in the construction sector.

As the supply side improves one would expect prices rises to moderate even if demand holds steady. On the other hand, if demand is actually falling, then new-build prices will be under serious pressure. One thing for sure, no developer goes into a project expecting prices to fall during construction. The assumption is always that prices will rise phase by phase.

I think will give some of them quite a shock. Already, there are rumours circulating of developers delaying the launch of new phases as sales slow. Lack of well-priced, top quality properties in prime locations is also a feature of the current resale market. However, available stock is more in balance with demand.

In my experience they are much more likely to walk away than overpay. Look hard and there are still good deals available. However, I have a problem with many asking prices. I feel sellers assume that just because new-build prices have gone through the roof they can ramp up their asking prices to similar levels. That assumption is incorrect in my view. As I started a search for a client at the beginning of I noticed that every house under consideration had been reduced from the original asking price.

When over-optimistic sellers reduce asking prices to more in line with what the market can stand, they sell. And in price per square metre terms that will be way below new-builds prices. Marbella, the sixth most expensive town in Spain, is a good example of the new-build versus resale price conundrum. At the start of a client was negotiating to buy a detached villa. With 5 bedrooms, m from the beach, walking distance to town, and with the contemporary look that is so in demand.

Also at the beginning of I located a 2 bedroom townhouse, fully renovated to the highest of standards. However, it too had reduced from the original asking price before a buyer emerged For the same clients, I have just added a beachfront apartment to the short list. When I am researching the market for my clients I always do the price per square metre calculation to help me come to a conclusion about the asking price. I told him it was a bit late for that, the time for price comparisons was in , not The fact is, shiny new stuff never trumps location.

Seems the developer has licence problems. However, buyers are already paying more than that per square metre just to get their hands on a new property.

However, in my view that will be because new-build prices retreat, not because resale prices increase markedly. There is a close link between rental yields in Spain and the health of the Spanish tourism sector. Currently, Spain is the second most visited country in the world. Obviously, some will have their own homes, or stay with family and friends, but that leaves a serious number of overseas visitors renting privately.

As a result, rental yields make letting a property in Spain an interesting option. There is high demand for both long and short term rentals. What used to be considered luxury items, such as free wifi, flat screen t. There is just as much demand for smart two bedroom apartments in the right location. I thought property price rises would squeeze yields.

In all cases, location and interior finishes are key. It seems likely that demand for short-term holiday rentals is only going to increase.

In , just before the global meltdown, Spain welcomed 59m overseas visitors, an all-time record. At the end of the annual total had fallen to However, a decade later, the statistics show the 83m barrier broken for the first time. In fact, at There are also signs that improved marketing to pitch Spain as a year-round destination is paying off. In the three winter months, January through March, showed the biggest monthly increases while the three summer months were either flat or decreased slightly.

This indicates there is improving rental potential throughout the year and not just in the traditional high season summer months. Analysis of the tourism statistics indicates that the decline of foreign tourists in high season was the result of the recovery in cheaper package-holiday destinations such as Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt rather than fewer high-end tourists.

And the very high demand for the most expensive rental properties seems to bear this out. The most important thing, in my view, is that there are no losses at the top of the market.

It is vital that the quality sector continues to grow. When I am working for a client whose brief requires reliable rental income I target certain areas and ignore others. In addition, I search for a type of property and reject others. Get the location wrong, even by just a few kilometres and income may be halved.

As well as pinpointing the right location in a particular area you need to be in the right region because some have legislated against short term holiday lettings, pressured by the powerful hotel lobby and disgruntled locals.

So, if rental income is a requirement of your buying plan then check the legislation in that autonomous region because there are differences. But the days of leaving a set of keys at the local bar and crossing fingers that no emergencies will arise are over.

My blog here explains more. Obviously, the principle reason for this is that Spanish banks were drowning in bad debts and new mortgages were scarce. Only a massive bail-out from the European Central Bank prevented widespread collapse. One of the first questions I ask potential clients is whether they they are cash buyers or if they need finance. I do this because I believe it is better to get an indication of borrowing potential before I start a property search.

When the answer comes back that they are cash buyers I always ask if they are aware of the fixed rate mortgages currently available in Spain. Most are not. However, once they knew all my recent clients who had intended to buy with cash have opted to take the maximum they could borrow. Euribor is the interest rate which fixes most Spanish mortgages and it has been in negative territory since February After falling month on month throughout it closed the year slightly up from the historic low of It now stands at

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As such, we can expect the construction industry to have a set back and house prices in Spain could fall because of this too. For those who are wanting to sell, this is not perhaps the best time to do it. Sellers will have to drop their asking price and even then there may simply not be the people out there buying. We could see something approaching this in the coming months. Of course, this means then that it is a good time to buy. If you do have the capital and owning a property in Spain has always been your dream then could be a golden year to do it.

If you are British there are added incentives for completing before the end of December. We know what the requirements are for people at the moment but the future, post January , is less certain. It can also be a good time to change property in Spain. The price of your existing property may be down, if house prices in Spain have fallen, but at least you will be able to buy for a reduced amount too. Of course, this is dependent on finding a buyer.

This applies whether you are considering upsizing or downsizing. If you are a potential investor , looking for something that will give you a return in the future, then buying a Spanish property while house prices are low should be on your list of possibilities. It is likely that there will be low interest rates for some time and anyone who does have money to spare should consider alternative means of investing it.

Buying Spanish property could well be one. The rental market is strong and now is the time to snap up bargains which could prove to be attractive to rent in the future. At some point this tragic and challenging period in our lives will be over. With reduced house prices in Spain this could offer a brighter future for potential buyers.

Caroline Clinton. We recommend you contact a local Estate Agent in your area. New may be nice but is it worth paying double, or even more, per square metre than a resale? However, as more new-build projects come on stream, and the signs are that the pace is picking up, I think new-build prices will come under pressure. I predict buyers who purchased in early phases of some new developments will find their property is worth less than they paid by the time they get the keys. In fact I think some buyers are paying such inflated prices for new build properties that they may never see a return on their investment no matter how long they hold it.

At the height of the building frenzy in Spain approved building licences for , units. This figure was more than the UK, France and Germany combined. In reality, the construction industry was more or less wiped out. Nevertheless, building licence approvals have grown year-on-year since The final total will be published in Spring Meanwhile, although Q1 and Q2 figures indicated a slowdown numbers picked up again heading into Q4.

With two months still to count in , 91, permits had been authorised across Spain. However, the biggest increases in new permits are in the Mediterranean coastal regions, precisely those locations favoured by overseas buyers. So the cranes are not spread evenly across Spain but are clustered in just a few regions and in just a few places within those regions. The same regional imbalances I highlighted earlier with regard to transaction numbers is duplicated in the construction sector.

As the supply side improves one would expect prices rises to moderate even if demand holds steady. On the other hand, if demand is actually falling, then new-build prices will be under serious pressure.

One thing for sure, no developer goes into a project expecting prices to fall during construction. The assumption is always that prices will rise phase by phase. I think will give some of them quite a shock.

Already, there are rumours circulating of developers delaying the launch of new phases as sales slow. Lack of well-priced, top quality properties in prime locations is also a feature of the current resale market. However, available stock is more in balance with demand. In my experience they are much more likely to walk away than overpay.

Look hard and there are still good deals available. However, I have a problem with many asking prices. I feel sellers assume that just because new-build prices have gone through the roof they can ramp up their asking prices to similar levels.

That assumption is incorrect in my view. As I started a search for a client at the beginning of I noticed that every house under consideration had been reduced from the original asking price. When over-optimistic sellers reduce asking prices to more in line with what the market can stand, they sell.

And in price per square metre terms that will be way below new-builds prices. Marbella, the sixth most expensive town in Spain, is a good example of the new-build versus resale price conundrum.

At the start of a client was negotiating to buy a detached villa. With 5 bedrooms, m from the beach, walking distance to town, and with the contemporary look that is so in demand.

Also at the beginning of I located a 2 bedroom townhouse, fully renovated to the highest of standards. However, it too had reduced from the original asking price before a buyer emerged For the same clients, I have just added a beachfront apartment to the short list. When I am researching the market for my clients I always do the price per square metre calculation to help me come to a conclusion about the asking price.

I told him it was a bit late for that, the time for price comparisons was in , not The fact is, shiny new stuff never trumps location. Seems the developer has licence problems.

However, buyers are already paying more than that per square metre just to get their hands on a new property. However, in my view that will be because new-build prices retreat, not because resale prices increase markedly.

There is a close link between rental yields in Spain and the health of the Spanish tourism sector. Currently, Spain is the second most visited country in the world. Obviously, some will have their own homes, or stay with family and friends, but that leaves a serious number of overseas visitors renting privately. As a result, rental yields make letting a property in Spain an interesting option.

There is high demand for both long and short term rentals. What used to be considered luxury items, such as free wifi, flat screen t. There is just as much demand for smart two bedroom apartments in the right location. I thought property price rises would squeeze yields. In all cases, location and interior finishes are key. It seems likely that demand for short-term holiday rentals is only going to increase. In , just before the global meltdown, Spain welcomed 59m overseas visitors, an all-time record.

At the end of the annual total had fallen to However, a decade later, the statistics show the 83m barrier broken for the first time. In fact, at There are also signs that improved marketing to pitch Spain as a year-round destination is paying off.

In the three winter months, January through March, showed the biggest monthly increases while the three summer months were either flat or decreased slightly. This indicates there is improving rental potential throughout the year and not just in the traditional high season summer months.

Analysis of the tourism statistics indicates that the decline of foreign tourists in high season was the result of the recovery in cheaper package-holiday destinations such as Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt rather than fewer high-end tourists.

And the very high demand for the most expensive rental properties seems to bear this out. The most important thing, in my view, is that there are no losses at the top of the market. It is vital that the quality sector continues to grow. When I am working for a client whose brief requires reliable rental income I target certain areas and ignore others. In addition, I search for a type of property and reject others. Get the location wrong, even by just a few kilometres and income may be halved.

As well as pinpointing the right location in a particular area you need to be in the right region because some have legislated against short term holiday lettings, pressured by the powerful hotel lobby and disgruntled locals. So, if rental income is a requirement of your buying plan then check the legislation in that autonomous region because there are differences.

But the days of leaving a set of keys at the local bar and crossing fingers that no emergencies will arise are over. My blog here explains more. Obviously, the principle reason for this is that Spanish banks were drowning in bad debts and new mortgages were scarce. Only a massive bail-out from the European Central Bank prevented widespread collapse. One of the first questions I ask potential clients is whether they they are cash buyers or if they need finance.

I do this because I believe it is better to get an indication of borrowing potential before I start a property search. When the answer comes back that they are cash buyers I always ask if they are aware of the fixed rate mortgages currently available in Spain. Most are not. However, once they knew all my recent clients who had intended to buy with cash have opted to take the maximum they could borrow.

Euribor is the interest rate which fixes most Spanish mortgages and it has been in negative territory since February After falling month on month throughout it closed the year slightly up from the historic low of It now stands at In the recession fixed rate mortgages disappeared from the market. Indeed, the majority of international buyers are opting for fixed rate over variable rate loans. My advice to cash buyers, irrespective of the currency, is to protect their capital and take a Spanish mortgage.

There are many products to chose from with fixed terms from 5 — 25 years, interest rates from 2. There are a lot of variables, such as country of residency, amount required, location of purchase. However, there are no restrictions on nationality or purchase price.

A good broker is essential. Status is scrutinised very carefully but in general the process is straightforward and quick. In the case of some of my clients we have even had banks competing for the business. It noted that Spanish banks are highly exposed to real estate sector developments and may underestimate the speed at which house prices and relaxed lending criteria can gain traction.

Also in December , I noted warnings from valuers about the spectre of overvaluations creeping back into the market. The loan is then offered on whichever is lower, the valuation or the property price. They may be only a warning flag but they may also be the first signs of something more serious. Even more reason then for buyers to be very cautious, particularly in the new-build market.

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Take the guesswork out of buying a property in Spain. We check and market data sources daily to provide you with the very latest on the Spanish property market. house price index Find out how Kyero can help you sell more properties. A recent report from the Bank of Spain suggests the domestic housing market to get it to the same level, sold for the equivalent of €2, in December EXCLUSIVE: Andalucia property for sale -Location: Alora, Inland Malaga, Costa del Sol Price , euros Reduced SOLD Summary Fully.

I forgot my password. No account yet? Sign up. If you do not receive an email within 15 minutes, please check your spam folder or contact us for help. Already have an account? I want to login. Lalaine C. Delmendo January 15, Spanish house prices rose by 4. On a quarterly basis, house prices increased 1.

The Bank of Spain reports lower house price rises. During the year to Q3 , nationwide house prices rose by a modest 3. On a quarterly basis, house prices were up by a minuscule 0. Spanish house prices had fallen by a total of There were 24 consecutive quarters of y-o-y declines.

Demand is slowing gradually. Home sales in Spain fell by 3. Learn what returns you are likely to earn, and where are the best opportunities. Follow the latest developments in the international property markets through the Global Property Guide newsletter. Sign Up.

Already Subscribed? Manage your subscription. Construction activity is weakening again, after reaching a seven-year high in During the first seven months of , the number and area of residential building permits fell by Foreclosures for new dwellings increased by In October , fixed rate mortgages represented The Bank of Spain expects economic growth to slow further to 1.

In fact, the European Commission is even more pessimistic, projecting the Spanish economy to grow by just 1. Foreigners have a right to buy and resell all kinds of property - residential, commercial or land, with no limits. The boom ended abruptly in The housing slump battered the Spanish economy, and brought spiraling unemployment. Hello, We would have to look into the specific case.

If interested in more information please contact us at legaldpt abacoadvisers. Dear Sir or madam I am looking for land for sale in Spain.. Regards Martin Burton hgvdriver gmail. Dear Mr. Burton, We do not sell land but we are happy to guide you in the process should you wish. Please contact us at op abacoadvisers. Toggle navigation. How will house prices in Spain be affected? See all It might be of your interest Spain enjoys record house sales and prices Is it a good time to buy property in Spain?

Counting the cost of buying in Spain. Leave a comment. Submit comment. Steven Safirstein 1 January, pm. Please send me listings of houses for sale between Malaga and Maebella Thanks.

Oscar Paoli 2 January, am. Colin Angus 28 April, pm. Oscar Paoli 29 April, am. Chaim 7 May, pm. Oscar Paoli 7 May, pm. From their maximum peak, prices for new housing in Spain accumulate a decrease of The slowdown in the fall in prices has coincided with a slight increase on the activity as a result of a relative relaxation in the difficulties obtaining financing, and the improvement of economic expectations of Spain. In addition, there has been an increase of interest in the purchase of important packages of property in Spain by investment groups, while the proportion of offers from individuals within the set of homes offered with less than five years old has apparently stabilized.

While the general trend still down in the main municipalities of the country, some local markets begin to present positive inter-annual variations. On the other hand, there are many provinces in Spain where prices continue falling, although in a much smoother way, due to the mismatch between the property offered and the lack of solvent buyers. Today, most of the operations are in the hands of investors both large international groups and small Spanish investors seeking higher returns on their savings which are the main beneficiaries of the small opening to credit that is starting to produce.

The bad news is that for those buyers who do not have significant savings, continue being very complicated to get a mortgage in Spain and to have access to the ownership of a property in Spain during To see the actual home sales data in Spain, we consider, first, the indices published by the Spanish National Statistics Institute ; and secondly, the statistics published by the notaries in Spain who are responsible for validating the public deeds to be inscribed in the Land Registry.

The Housing Price Index HPI , base year , is issued by the Spanish National Statistical Institute and aims at measuring the evolution of homes sale prices , both new and second-hand, over time.

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After seven long years of house price declines, Spain's housing market only returned to growth in Spanish house prices had fallen by a total of % (-​ market in Spain. Prices of Property in Spain actually sold. Housing Price Index (HPI); Properties purchased in Spain, according with the Spanish notaries. House prices in Spain will probably be affected by covid. In this For those who are wanting to sell, this is not perhaps the best time to do it.

The extent of the pandemic has taken most of us by surprise. However, we are now seeing a glimmer of hope in the newsreels. Some countries are looking towards relaxing their measures and after this current period of lockdown we expect that Spain will soon follow suit. So what can we expect from the Spanish housing market when this is over and will house prices in Spain go up or down? However, the predictions are that the impact will not continue for as long as that following the recession of For some, investing in property during uncertain times is a better alternative than trusting in some other investment options that can be more prone to fluctuation.

Throughout this pandemic, references have been made to the crash in There are, of course, many differences. However, the impact on the economy, we are pretty, sure will be significant in most countries and Spain is no exception. The months after we creep back into shared spaces will see people having to dig deep into their reserves financially.

That, of course, is if they have them. The Spanish government is keen to ensure that no one is left destitute as a result of the measures they have had to take. Numerous plans are in place to provide a minimum income for everyone and to enable businesses to stay afloat. This aside, however well these measures work we can expect to see a drop in confidence and some businesses will find it impossible to recover. As such, we can expect the construction industry to have a set back and house prices in Spain could fall because of this too.

For those who are wanting to sell, this is not perhaps the best time to do it. Sellers will have to drop their asking price and even then there may simply not be the people out there buying.

We could see something approaching this in the coming months. Of course, this means then that it is a good time to buy. If you do have the capital and owning a property in Spain has always been your dream then could be a golden year to do it. If you are British there are added incentives for completing before the end of December.

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While the general trend still down in the main municipalities of the country, some local markets begin to present positive inter-annual variations. On the other hand, there are many provinces in Spain where prices continue falling, although in a much smoother way, due to the mismatch between the property offered and the lack of solvent buyers. Today, most of the operations are in the hands of investors both large international groups and small Spanish investors seeking higher returns on their savings which are the main beneficiaries of the small opening to credit that is starting to produce.

The bad news is that for those buyers who do not have significant savings, continue being very complicated to get a mortgage in Spain and to have access to the ownership of a property in Spain during To see the actual home sales data in Spain, we consider, first, the indices published by the Spanish National Statistics Institute ; and secondly, the statistics published by the notaries in Spain who are responsible for validating the public deeds to be inscribed in the Land Registry.

The Housing Price Index HPI , base year , is issued by the Spanish National Statistical Institute and aims at measuring the evolution of homes sale prices , both new and second-hand, over time. The last index issued belongs to the third Quarter of noting that the annual variation of the housing price index HPI in the third quarter of decreased five tenths and stood at 0. By type of dwelling, the annual rate of new housing prices stood at 0. The average price per square metre of sold dwellings was 1.

METRE in the first quarter of and a record low of METRE in the first quarter of This page provides the latest reported value for - Spain House Prices - plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news. Spain House Prices - values, historical data and charts - was last updated on May of Housing Index in Spain is expected to be Looking forward, we estimate Housing Index in Spain to stand at In the long-term, the Spain House Prices is projected to trend around METRE in , according to our econometric models.

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The Housing Price Index HPI , base year , is issued by the Spanish National Statistical Institute and aims at measuring the evolution of homes sale prices , both new and second-hand, over time. The last index issued belongs to the third Quarter of noting that the annual variation of the housing price index HPI in the third quarter of decreased five tenths and stood at 0.

By type of dwelling, the annual rate of new housing prices stood at 0. The average price per square metre of sold dwellings was 1. The mortgage loans for the purchase of a home increased a Despite this, their average amount dropped 0. Buying a property in Spain with us our fees as lawyers, economists, appraisers and real estate agents are free.

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Meanwhile, in Germany the unemployment rate for the same demographic is an average 6. Yes, , new jobs in a year is impressive. However, seasonal, temporary and part-time contracts still outnumber permanent ones by a big margin. For example, of the One of the reasons for these figures is that tourism is currently the biggest source of employment in Spain in , with Unfortunately, jobs in tourism tend to be low-skilled, low paid, temporary and seasonal.

While noting improvements in the economy since the previous report in it highlighted persistent structural problems hindering sustained recovery. It seems not much has changed. They were the same issues mentioned in the report, above all the dire unemployment figures.

The reality is that Spain has never been close to full employment even for adults. Between and the average youth unemployment rate was Even in at the height of the boom it was Source: Eurostat So, in spite of several boom periods in that timeline, Spain has made little progress in improving job prospects for young people.

Inevitably, such insecurity spills over into the housing market. A recent report from the Bank of Spain suggests the domestic housing market will remain relatively weak for years to come. Instead, Spaniards have actually returned to income levels of the year And even worse, the wages of low-skilled youths have retreated further, to late levels. Now, at age 30, they earn less than year-olds did 10 years, ago and almost the same as year-olds earned 20 years ago.

In effect, two decades of purchasing power have been lost. In addition, there has been a similar regression regarding the salaries of skilled workers. Source: Bank of Spain. And the signs have been there for a while. And it would have been even worse but for the fact that many buyers were already locked into off-plan purchases made before the crash. But the decline hit bottom in the second half of as foreign bargain hunters emerged. And the number of overseas buyers has increased every year since.

Meanwhile, the domestic property market was still falling in When the first upturn was registered in , it was fully four years behind the overseas sector.

Life expectancy rose by ten years between and At 80yrs for men and 85yrs for women Spaniards have the highest life expectancy in the EU and third worldwide. Only Japan and Switzerland do better although only by a few months. The climate suits all tastes. It ranges from four seasons with a proper winter and lots of snow in the north to the sub-tropical south.

In fact, Spain has occupied the top spot ever the scheme began in This puts it in third place globally, behind Italy 54 and China Living well is affordable with food and drink prices below the E. Spanish cuisine is world-class. Spain has three restaurants listed in the top ten restaurants in the world, more than any other country. Sports and outdoor enthusiasts are spoilt for choice.

I said in the introduction to this report that, in spite of lots more good news, the market is still patchy. Remember that these statistics only cover the first half of but I expect the full year figures will confirm the results so far. Cantabria welcomed just buyers from overseas in this period while Extremadura was the lowest with Then ask where the majority of those overseas purchasers buy for the explanation. And the same patchy recovery pattern occurs within regions as well. And the same holds true for other regions as well.

However, in the introduction to this report I highlighted the fall in the number of overseas buyers in the first half of Unscrambling the statistics shows 51, foreign nationals bought a property in Spain, compared with 53, in the same period in , On the other hand, when the first half of is compared with the second half of , the foreign buyer total actually rose by 2.

The decline in the Balearics is a bit more puzzling. One reason might be high prices. Also, Mallorca, the main market of the Balearics, has introduced very restrictive tourist rental laws and these may be responsible for the fall in overseas buyers. Although not buy-to-let investors as such, many overseas buyers are keen to cover running costs via rentals when not in residence. In spite of so much negativity on the part of many commentators and market analysts, almost willing the British market to collapse to back-up their argument, it is proving remarkably resilient.

The Germans were in 3rd place with 3, In market share terms the British made up However, these top 3 players all registered falls compared to the same period in There were In fact, there were only two groups from EU countries that increased, Ireland up 1.

Nevertheless, some nationalities showed strong growth but they were all non-EU citizens. Argentinians and Ecuadorians rose Buyers from the US rose Although there were fewer buyers from overseas spending per square metre was up in the most numerous nationalities.

The Norwegians went mad and increased average spend per square metre by Only the Irish, Italians and Danes spent less than the same period in But the real big spenders in were from the US. So, is the overseas market in Spain slowing down? Is demand falling?

Is the supply side getting too big? Have prices risen too fast? Lots of questions and several answers, I think. In the case of the British, I think currency weakness is partly to blame. If sterling strengthens throughout I think British buyer numbers will increase once again. However, I think there are other factors at play in the overseas market. In fact, I would go so far as to say that demand held up very well throughout , lots of people still wanting to buy a property in Spain.

For reasons I have never quite understood, foreign buyers are like moths to a flame if new-build is available, even when the location is inferior. The fact is there is very little raw building land available in the very best locations, it was built on years ago. Consequently, it follows that much of the new-build activity is not in prime locations. However, since the recovery started the supply side of new apartments and houses lagged way behind demand.

Inevitably, this imbalance skewed new-build prices, to an extent I believe was unsustainable. New may be nice but is it worth paying double, or even more, per square metre than a resale? However, as more new-build projects come on stream, and the signs are that the pace is picking up, I think new-build prices will come under pressure.

I predict buyers who purchased in early phases of some new developments will find their property is worth less than they paid by the time they get the keys. In fact I think some buyers are paying such inflated prices for new build properties that they may never see a return on their investment no matter how long they hold it.

At the height of the building frenzy in Spain approved building licences for , units. This figure was more than the UK, France and Germany combined.

In reality, the construction industry was more or less wiped out. Nevertheless, building licence approvals have grown year-on-year since The final total will be published in Spring Meanwhile, although Q1 and Q2 figures indicated a slowdown numbers picked up again heading into Q4. With two months still to count in , 91, permits had been authorised across Spain. However, the biggest increases in new permits are in the Mediterranean coastal regions, precisely those locations favoured by overseas buyers.

So the cranes are not spread evenly across Spain but are clustered in just a few regions and in just a few places within those regions. The same regional imbalances I highlighted earlier with regard to transaction numbers is duplicated in the construction sector. As the supply side improves one would expect prices rises to moderate even if demand holds steady.

The Costa del Sol, which, translated means 'sunny' or 'sunshine' coast, was once made up of many small, quiet fishing villages; the region now, however, has transformed into a world renowned tourist destination with high-rise settlements and chic villa resorts running the length of the coastline. If your dream overseas property lies in Spain, head south and invest in property in The Costa Tropical.

Framed by the Sierra Nevada national park, fringed by beautiful seas and nestled between Almeria's desert-like coast to the East and the thriving beaches of the Costa del Sol to the west, lies the 'secret coast' of the Costa Tropical! Property in The Costa Tropical is relatively inexpensive as mass tourism has yet to hit the Spanish Costa; so if you want to purchase property in The Costa Tropical, venture southwards to pick up bargain properties while they're there to be had!

The Costa Tropical, with more than years if history and historic sites such as the world famous Alhambra, lush gardens and breathtaking castles; is the next Spanish property hotspot with one of the healthiest climate in Europe and second in the world! Property in the Canary Islands The Canary Islands, all of volcanic origin, are much closer to the coast of Africa than to mainland Spain and those who purchase property on the Canary Islands benefit from the remarkably mild climate the islands have; thanks to their mid-Atlantic location.

While the Canaries are best known for their pristine beaches, property in the Canaries offer views of strikingly diverse landscapes. Whether you invest in property in Gran Canaria, property in Fuerteventura, property in Lanzarote, property in Tenerife, property in La Palma, property in Gomera or property in Hierro, you will be surrounded by either sub-tropical rainforests, arid plains, pine woods, sand dunes, mountain peaks or remarkable flora.

The main tourist resorts are excellent for water sports, windsurfing, sailing, fishing, tennis, golf and so on. The local people take great pride in their folklore traditions and the carnival festivities are famous throughout Spain. The Balearic Islands; Minorca, Majorca and Ibiza; are amongst the most popular holiday destinations in the whole of Europe and their excellent climate, beaches and natural beauty attracts visitors and investors form around the world. Property in Majorca is attractive to investors as Majorca is the largest and most commercial of the island.

Since , when package holidays were first available on the island, it has been a well liked holiday destination. Many return for holidays each year and so have invested in property in Majorca.

Buying a property in Majorca will always be a good investment as property in the Balearics remains highly rentable. Apartments in Majorca and villas in Majorca will rent to both families and young holidaymakers when you are not using the Majorca property yourself and be a fantastic retreat when you do want to get away. Though it has a reputation for being a party island, Ibiza also has a quieter side and attracts families and couples to its white sands and clear waters, away from the revellers and busy club resorts.

And property in Ibiza is some of the loveliest property in the Balearics. In the coming quarters the housing market faces a drop in sales, mortgage signing, prices and investment operations. The impact of COVID on the Spanish real estate sector explained in 7 steps With their eyes already set on what is being called the "new normal", real estate agents in Spain are beginning to wonder what the consequences and recovery will look like and what the keys to a successful come back are that they must carry out in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.

The positive consequences that the coronavirus crisis will have on the housing market in Spain During the current coronavirus crisis in Spain, it's always good to try and look for the positives.

The housing market doing exacty this and is trying to get a more positive reading on the health crisis and the economic blow expected from the COVID outbreak. Real estate after COVID uncertainty, investment on stand by and recovery in the medium term The real estate business is taking a bit from the health and economic crisis that is affecting the whole world.

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Spanish house prices rose by 4. On a quarterly basis, house prices increased 1. The Bank of Spain reports lower house price rises. During the year to Q3 , nationwide house prices rose by a modest 3. On a quarterly basis, house prices were up by a minuscule 0.

Spanish house prices had fallen by a total of There were 24 consecutive quarters of y-o-y declines. Demand is slowing gradually.

Home sales in Spain fell by 3. Learn what returns you are likely to earn, and where are the best opportunities. Follow the latest developments in the international property markets through the Global Property Guide newsletter. Sign Up. Already Subscribed? Manage your subscription. Construction activity is weakening again, after reaching a seven-year high in During the first seven months of , the number and area of residential building permits fell by Foreclosures for new dwellings increased by In October , fixed rate mortgages represented The Bank of Spain expects economic growth to slow further to 1.

In fact, the European Commission is even more pessimistic, projecting the Spanish economy to grow by just 1. Foreigners have a right to buy and resell all kinds of property - residential, commercial or land, with no limits.

The boom ended abruptly in The housing slump battered the Spanish economy, and brought spiraling unemployment. Developers were left with blocks of unsold properties and massive debts.

In some places in Spain, but only for the smallest sized apartments, buying an apartment is now attractive from a yields perspective - a completely new situation for Spain. Similar yields, or maybe slightly lower, can also be had in Madrid. All these yields figures are higher than last year, which was higher than the previous year. Spain is once again beginning to look a possible investment destination. The average price of urban land transactions in Spain rose by 4.

Fourteen of the 17 autonomous communities where figures are available saw land price rises during the year to Q3 The number of land transactions fell by Why Spain and Portugal are so attractive for real estate investors Spain and Portugal have taken advantage of the recent years of economic recovery to attract large international investors and to enter the list of the most interesting real estate markets in developed countries.

Real estate in Barcelona: an assessment of and the outlook Barcelona continues to attract real estate buyers from all over the world and is one of the best European cities for investment in , thanks to its exceptional quality of life and growing number of investment opportunities. Only 0. How many properties are the British buying in Spain as Brexit approaches?

The moment of truth is approaching for the highly controversial Brexit. Unfortunately, the INE and many commentators and analysts use both. There are discrepancies between the two for the simple reason they are not counting the same thing. On the other hand, the figures from the Property Registries reflect when that same purchase is inscribed in the registry.

And that may be weeks, or even months, later. A purchase completed in a November or December may not make it into the registry until the following year. Consequently, Q1 and Q4 totals can be very distorted. In addition, Q2 and Q3 can be affected by delays over the summer holidays. And we are not talking a few percentage points out of sync. The Notaries counted , transactions in the first half of while, for the same period, Property Registries inscribed , purchases.

And all because Notaries count when a deal is done and Registries count inscriptions. So, unless otherwise stated, the property statistics quoted in this report are those from the Notaries.

I also post news on social media as it becomes available so follow The Property Finders on Twitter and Facebook. And as statistics are published in early to reflect full year results for I will update this report regularly. Overall, unemployment in Spain continues to fall. It finished on Interest rates remain low. Euribor, which sets the interest rate for the majority of Spanish mortgages, registered another historic low in August but ended the year slightly better at The prediction is that it will remain negative throughout In addition, all autonomous regions registered price increases at some point during , although there were fluctuations.

However, the fact is that, in spite of minor improvements, not that much changed in And the signs are that is unlikely to be any different. Yes, unemployment is down. Nevertheless, at Overall, Spain has five of the ten worst unemployment black spots in the EU. Source: Eurostat. In fact, one third of the under 30s age group in Spain has never had a job.

Meanwhile, in Germany the unemployment rate for the same demographic is an average 6. Yes, , new jobs in a year is impressive. However, seasonal, temporary and part-time contracts still outnumber permanent ones by a big margin.

For example, of the One of the reasons for these figures is that tourism is currently the biggest source of employment in Spain in , with Unfortunately, jobs in tourism tend to be low-skilled, low paid, temporary and seasonal. While noting improvements in the economy since the previous report in it highlighted persistent structural problems hindering sustained recovery.

It seems not much has changed. They were the same issues mentioned in the report, above all the dire unemployment figures. The reality is that Spain has never been close to full employment even for adults. Between and the average youth unemployment rate was Even in at the height of the boom it was Source: Eurostat So, in spite of several boom periods in that timeline, Spain has made little progress in improving job prospects for young people.

Inevitably, such insecurity spills over into the housing market. A recent report from the Bank of Spain suggests the domestic housing market will remain relatively weak for years to come. Instead, Spaniards have actually returned to income levels of the year And even worse, the wages of low-skilled youths have retreated further, to late levels.

Now, at age 30, they earn less than year-olds did 10 years, ago and almost the same as year-olds earned 20 years ago. In effect, two decades of purchasing power have been lost. In addition, there has been a similar regression regarding the salaries of skilled workers. Source: Bank of Spain. And the signs have been there for a while. And it would have been even worse but for the fact that many buyers were already locked into off-plan purchases made before the crash.

But the decline hit bottom in the second half of as foreign bargain hunters emerged. And the number of overseas buyers has increased every year since.

Meanwhile, the domestic property market was still falling in When the first upturn was registered in , it was fully four years behind the overseas sector. Life expectancy rose by ten years between and At 80yrs for men and 85yrs for women Spaniards have the highest life expectancy in the EU and third worldwide. Only Japan and Switzerland do better although only by a few months.

The climate suits all tastes. It ranges from four seasons with a proper winter and lots of snow in the north to the sub-tropical south. In fact, Spain has occupied the top spot ever the scheme began in This puts it in third place globally, behind Italy 54 and China Living well is affordable with food and drink prices below the E.

Spanish cuisine is world-class. Spain has three restaurants listed in the top ten restaurants in the world, more than any other country. Sports and outdoor enthusiasts are spoilt for choice. I said in the introduction to this report that, in spite of lots more good news, the market is still patchy.

Remember that these statistics only cover the first half of but I expect the full year figures will confirm the results so far. Cantabria welcomed just buyers from overseas in this period while Extremadura was the lowest with Then ask where the majority of those overseas purchasers buy for the explanation. And the same patchy recovery pattern occurs within regions as well. And the same holds true for other regions as well.

However, in the introduction to this report I highlighted the fall in the number of overseas buyers in the first half of Unscrambling the statistics shows 51, foreign nationals bought a property in Spain, compared with 53, in the same period in , On the other hand, when the first half of is compared with the second half of , the foreign buyer total actually rose by 2. The decline in the Balearics is a bit more puzzling. One reason might be high prices.

Also, Mallorca, the main market of the Balearics, has introduced very restrictive tourist rental laws and these may be responsible for the fall in overseas buyers. Although not buy-to-let investors as such, many overseas buyers are keen to cover running costs via rentals when not in residence. In spite of so much negativity on the part of many commentators and market analysts, almost willing the British market to collapse to back-up their argument, it is proving remarkably resilient.

The Germans were in 3rd place with 3, In market share terms the British made up However, these top 3 players all registered falls compared to the same period in There were In fact, there were only two groups from EU countries that increased, Ireland up 1. Nevertheless, some nationalities showed strong growth but they were all non-EU citizens.

Argentinians and Ecuadorians rose Buyers from the US rose Although there were fewer buyers from overseas spending per square metre was up in the most numerous nationalities. The Norwegians went mad and increased average spend per square metre by Only the Irish, Italians and Danes spent less than the same period in But the real big spenders in were from the US. So, is the overseas market in Spain slowing down?

Is demand falling? Is the supply side getting too big?

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However, the predictions are that the impact will not continue for as long as that following the recession of For some, investing in property during uncertain times is a better alternative than trusting in some other investment options that can be more prone to fluctuation. Throughout this pandemic, references have been made to the crash in There are, of course, many differences. However, the impact on the economy, we are pretty, sure will be significant in most countries and Spain is no exception.

The months after we creep back into shared spaces will see people having to dig deep into their reserves financially. That, of course, is if they have them. The Spanish government is keen to ensure that no one is left destitute as a result of the measures they have had to take. Numerous plans are in place to provide a minimum income for everyone and to enable businesses to stay afloat. This aside, however well these measures work we can expect to see a drop in confidence and some businesses will find it impossible to recover.

As such, we can expect the construction industry to have a set back and house prices in Spain could fall because of this too. For those who are wanting to sell, this is not perhaps the best time to do it. Sellers will have to drop their asking price and even then there may simply not be the people out there buying.

We could see something approaching this in the coming months. Of course, this means then that it is a good time to buy. If you do have the capital and owning a property in Spain has always been your dream then could be a golden year to do it. If you are British there are added incentives for completing before the end of December. We know what the requirements are for people at the moment but the future, post January , is less certain.

It can also be a good time to change property in Spain. The price of your existing property may be down, if house prices in Spain have fallen, but at least you will be able to buy for a reduced amount too. Of course, this is dependent on finding a buyer. Housing Index in Spain is expected to be Looking forward, we estimate Housing Index in Spain to stand at In the long-term, the Spain House Prices is projected to trend around METRE in , according to our econometric models.

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Spain House Prices. All these yields figures are higher than last year, which was higher than the previous year. Spain is once again beginning to look a possible investment destination. The average price of urban land transactions in Spain rose by 4.

Fourteen of the 17 autonomous communities where figures are available saw land price rises during the year to Q3 The number of land transactions fell by On the other hand, transactions of newly built houses increased slightly by 1.

Almost half of the autonomous regions and cities saw falling demand. During the first ten months of , Santa Cruz de Tenerife recorded the biggest fall in sales of There were also declines in Madrid In contrast, Ceuta registered the biggest sales surge of a whopping The modest decline might be due to the fact that home sales reached almost , units in , up Home sales to foreigners were 4.

Foreign investors started to return to the Spanish property market in In , foreign homebuyers bought over 65, homes in Spain, up 7. Other buyers include Swedes, Belgians, Italians and Chinese. The Golden Visa scheme, fully applicable since 30th September , has increased interest not only from the Middle East but also Asia and Russia. In the first half of , there were about approved Golden visa applicants , up An overwhelming majority of applicants choose real estate acquisition as a qualifying investment.

The Balearic Islands are especially attractive to foreigners with about one third of total demand coming from foreigners, mainly due to its white-sand beaches and sunny Mediterranean landscape. Of the autonomous regions and cities, Galicia registered the biggest increase in foreclosures of In contrast, foreclosures continue to decline in La Rioja Foreclosures were almost steady in Castilla y Leon , Balears , and Cantabria. Residential building permits averaged , annually from to With home sales of about , units per year from to and completions of just 51, annually, it is believed that the housing glut has been finally corrected.

In fact, some allege there is now a growing housing shortage. However construction activity is slowing again, after reaching a seven-year high in In November , the average mortgage rate in Spain was 1. However, there has been a continuous decline in the share of adjustable rate mortgages in recent years. Despite ultra-low interest rates, the Spanish mortgage market continues to shrink. It contracted to about New home mortgages increased by a minuscule 0.

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The Balearic Islands; Minorca, Majorca and Ibiza; are amongst the most popular holiday destinations in the whole of Europe and their excellent climate, beaches and natural beauty attracts visitors and investors form around the world. Property in Majorca is attractive to investors as Majorca is the largest and most commercial of the island. Since , when package holidays were first available on the island, it has been a well liked holiday destination.

Many return for holidays each year and so have invested in property in Majorca. Buying a property in Majorca will always be a good investment as property in the Balearics remains highly rentable. Apartments in Majorca and villas in Majorca will rent to both families and young holidaymakers when you are not using the Majorca property yourself and be a fantastic retreat when you do want to get away.

Though it has a reputation for being a party island, Ibiza also has a quieter side and attracts families and couples to its white sands and clear waters, away from the revellers and busy club resorts.

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