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The Spanish property market: Our full review with data updated to March 2018

28 May
2018

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Here is our Quarterly update on the top 20 Spanish real estate markets

 

Here is a summary of all our resources that we have created on the 20 biggest Spanish cities in order to help you be more efficient in your search for your ideal property in Spain.

 

1. Analysis of the first Quarter 2018 Spanish property market

Let’s first start with the national average: price are at 1567 €/m² end of march 2018 (vs 1526 one year ago/+2.7%), that means that it is a quarterly rise of 0.5%.

 

The price reached its lowest since the financial crisis of 2007 at 1456€/m² in the third quarter of 2014 while it reached its highest: 2101.4 €/m² in the first quarter of 2008.

 

What are the region’s with the biggest increases and decreases?

 

The top perfomers for the Quarter are:

 

Segovia 2.5
Madrid (Community of) 2.5
León 2.4
Melilla 2.4
Valencia / València 2.2
Ceuta and melilla 2.1
Ceuta 2.0

 

The worst performers for the quarter are:

 

Cáceres -3.1
Albacete -3.0
Huelva -2.8
Cantabria -2.8
Asturias -2.7
Basin -2.5
Seville -2.3
Gipuzkoa -2.2
Navarre -2.1
Valladolid -2.0

 

Here is the Alphabetical ranking of all the regions real estate price evolution on the last quarter:

Interactive chart

 

 

The top performers for the year are:

 

Madrid (Community of) 8.0
Balearic Islands 7.0
Barcelona 5.3
Palmas (Las) 4.7
Catalonia 4.2
Lugo 4.2
Pomegranate 4.1
Malaga 4.0

 

The worst performers for the year are:

 

Cantabria -4.5
Basin -4.1
Albacete -3.4

 

Here is the Alphabetical ranking of all the regions real estate price evolution on the last year:

Interactive chart

 

The 3 winning regions since 2014

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