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The Spanish property market is continuing its slow and steady recovery in 2014, with new reports claiming that it is the levels of demand coming from buyers overseas that is giving strength to the sector. Although prices in the nation still fell throughout 2013, the decline was far lower than it had been in years prior, leading many to believe that the market is going to reach its lowest point soon before prices start to pick up and increase in the months and years ahead.

Thu, 13/03/2014 - 11:40

Last year may prove to be the year that the previously floundering Spanish property market finally started to turn around and set sail on a course for recovery after years of price falls. The sector has been badly damaged in recent times by the knock-on effects of the eurozone crisis, which hit the Spanish economy badly and saw a quarter of people out of work. However, 2013 marked the slowest rate of decline in property prices since 2010 as the economy started to recover at long last.

Mon, 10/03/2014 - 17:46

The market for second homes in Spain could prove to be lucrative this summer and beyond, after it was announced that the Iberian nation has leapt to third place worldwide in terms of the number of overseas tourists visiting. The country's official statistics arm FRONTUR announced late last week (February 6th) that Spain has overtaken China to step into the position. With some 60.6 million visitors from other countries making the trip in 2013, it now sits behind only France and the US in the table.

Tue, 11/02/2014 - 11:39

Spain looks set to rise to number one on the list of top destinations to invest in for British people looking to purchase property, a new report has stated. While Spain has consistently sat in the top three along with France and Italy in recent years, it has most commonly sat in second place behind Britons' neighbour across the Channel.

Mon, 03/02/2014 - 13:18

Investors who have put their money into continental holiday homes will be hoping a proposed new law in Spain does not come to pass. It is believed, according to new reports, that authorities in the Iberian nation are looking to bring in a regulatory change that would see it become illegal to let out properties on a private basis.

Wed, 29/01/2014 - 17:03