Spanish property market shows recovery
The crisis of the Spanish property market seems to have finally come to an end. Year after year, from 2007 until 2015, the Spanish property market suffered from devaluation. Finally, it turned in 2016, when there was a slight price rise (1,6%), that became stronger in 2017 (4,4%) and seems to increase even more in 2018 (6%).
Spanish property market shows increased demand
The demand for Spanish property shows a strong increase. In 2017 the number of sales rose to 464.423 properties, which represents a growth of 14,6%. This growth is mainly due to the demand of foreign buyers. Approximately 60.000 houses in Spain were purchases by foreigners. Especially the “Costa´s” and the large cities, like Barcelona and Valencia, are popular amongst the foreign buyers/investors. Most foreign buyers come from Engeland, Germany, France, Belgium, Italy, Sweden and The Netherlands.