Latest Spanish Property News

Spanish property will become a top target for those looking to invest in 2014 as more people with money to spend abandon some of the recovering destinations with high demand. According to the latest report published by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) , Spain will sit alongside Ireland in terms of the areas likely to see a surge in demand for prime properties. These two countries were among the worst affected by the global financial crisis and the eurozone problems seen in the last few years.

Fri, 24/01/2014 - 12:47

The market for property in Spain could see a substantial recovery this year, as it capitalises on an ever improving economic outlook for the nation to build on a 2013 that was stronger than had been expected. Prices throughout last year in the country were boosted by the fact there had been an increase in the number of foreign investors buying there, and it is expected that the volume of sales of properties will continue to head upwards throughout 2014.



Wed, 22/01/2014 - 09:51

The Spanish property market is still struggling to recover from a period of almost half a decade spent in the doldrums, according to latest figures. It comes just a few weeks after it was claimed that the number of property investors purchasing in Spain having made the move from overseas was helping to prop up the sector in one of the nations that was hurt worst by the financial downturn across the eurozone from 2008.

Thu, 16/01/2014 - 17:16

At the bottom end of the Spanish property market , 2013 has seen some improvement but conditions remain challenging for buyers, sellers and would-be movers. However, nearer the top of the sector, things are looking slightly brighter. Indeed, luxury Spanish real estate is thriving and for Lucas Fox, improved interest has led to revenues nearly tripling over the last 12 months.



Tue, 31/12/2013 - 12:54

Investment in the Spanish real estate sector has returned to the heights it experienced before the global financial crisis of 2008 - or at least this is what one report is suggesting.  According to CBRE data , a total of €4 billion (£3.3 billion) was invested in the country's property market over the course of 2013, a figure that is double from that recorded last year.

Mon, 30/12/2013 - 19:53