Property market statistics

Foreigners pay record prices to buy property in Spain

Average property prices exceed 2,000 euros/m2, the highest since 2008, while the average price for non-residents is at a record high of 2,480 euros/m2. Foreigners have made a strong comeback in the housing market in Spain and have regained pre-pandemic levels when it comes to both sales and purchases. According to statistics from Spanish notaries, foreigners carried out 63,934 property transactions in...

The demand for second homes in Spain grows by 50% and will continue to grow in 2022

Increases have been observed since mid-February and will continue to rise until December. Easter marks the start of the period of the year in which the highest volume of journeys to holiday destinations or second homes in Spain is recorded. Although cultural tourism destinations such as Madrid, Barcelona or Seville are some of the most sought after by Spaniards to enjoy these dates, the demand for...

Factors boosting luxury housing in Spain, according to the Instituto de Valoraciones

After the impact of the pandemic, the real estate sector in Spain has been recovering positively, with property sales figures higher than pre-pandemic levels. In this recovery, private buyers and investors interested in luxury properties located in large cities such as Madrid or Barcelona, on the islands and in coastal areas have played a major role. In times of crisis and uncertainty, it is to be...

Real estate more attractive than ever: investment in Europe hits record highs

The real estate sector continues to be attractive to investors. So much so that it has reached an unprecedented level in history. According to a report published by the consultancy firm CBRE, the sector attracted record investment in Europe in 2021, reaching a volume of 359 billion euros. The figure is 25% higher than that recorded in 2020 and 8% higher than in 2019, before the pandemic broke out...

The price of housing in the EU rises at the fastest pace since 2007, while in Spain it grows by 4.2%

House prices in the European Union (EU) as a whole rose by 9.1% year-on-year in the third quarter of 2021, their highest increase since the second quarter of 2007, according to data published by Eurostat. The largest increases were recorded in the Czech Republic (22%), Lithuania (18.9%), Estonia (17.3%) and the Netherlands (16.8%). The most moderate increases were observed in Cyprus (2.2%), Italy,...

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