It’s time for property sales in Spain …

“Foreign buyers are being lured back to Spain by lower house prices and fewer town-planning and property related scandals that gave a big slap to Spain’s reputation at the tail-end of the boom in 2008. “The surge in foreign demand last year was not evenly spread, however.” There was a significant increase in the number […]

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End of price drops on the Sunshine Coast

The only people reducing property costs on the Costa del Sol today are the banks with their less-than-favourable repossession stock … this will follow to other areas by mid 2013. Also to take note some developers are reducing costs … the ones “who have properties that actually nobody wishes to purchase” (old and tired stock). […]

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Confidence in the Spanish Costa’s

Surrounded by a background of economic uncertainty — a despondent domestic home market and the intro of those ‘bad banks’, it appears that confidence in the Costa del Sol, one of the most well-known second residence locations in the world, is on the up once again with leading house builder, Taylor Wimpey Spain taping a […]

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Increase in sales for Spain at the start of Q4

A sprinkling of good news is what we all like – and more positive trends are really happening in Spain … Official information shows that there was a nice increase in the numbers of clients making the most of the lower priced properties in Spain in September, with sales numbers increasing again for the second […]

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Spanish property prices reaching 2002 levels

The cost of the typical home in Spain now has nearly reached the same price guides set in 2002 according to the latest figures released by the Spain’s housing department. While there have been price rises between 35 to 37% in this quarter, after these figures are readjusted for rising cost of living and other […]

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Good news! Spanish property price drops – slowing down

2012 is looking like it’s to be the worst year for the Spanish property market since the property crash in mid 2007, which means awful prospect for sellers and great news for bargain property hunters. However on a brighter note for the marketplace, the rate residential property prices in the nation fell slowed during last […]

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Market place in Spain – prices still need to drop more

It remains a purchaser’s market in Spain, as desperate suppliers proceed to slash asking rates in a bid to draw in more home-buyers, according to the current information from Spanish property portal idealista. The figures reveal that over fifty percent – (54%) – of existing sellers decreased their asking prices by an average of 12 […]

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