PMSII Property News – July 2018

Spanish Holiday Property Market Update

The Spanish holiday property market seems to be improving as home prices rise and construction ramps up in areas across Spain, such as Mallorca, Ibiza, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, and certain municipalities of Huelva, Alicante, and Malaga. Demand is being driven by foreign buyers, particularly the British. Costs on average are still 46% lower than in 2007. Demand from Belgian and Nordic buyers follows behind the British. Read more.

Brexit’s Impact on British Demand for Spanish Property: An Update

After a clear decline in British investment in Spainish property as an affect of Brexit, demand has been steadily rising in 2018. What is driving this demand? The strenght of the GBP against the Euro is one factor. View the charts for more insights. Read more.

Spanish Property Price Cycle Analysis

An in depth look at the official Spanish house price index published by the National Institute of Statistics (INE). Property value appears to be on the rise all over Spain, though not at alarming rates. The data presented examines the course of the Spanish property market through the boom, bust, and recovery cycle, since 2007. Read more.