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Spanish houses prices rose by +5.5% over the last 12 months: the top 20 markets!

27 Sep
2022
Spanish property prices evolution since 1995
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Our Spanish house price quarterly analysis up to June 2022: +5.5% Yr/Yr

 

Welcome to one of the most detailed resources available on Spanish property prices. In this report, you will find all our resources on the 20 biggest Spanish real estate markets.

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  1. Spanish property prices evolution over the last quarter

    Let’s start with the Spanish real estate national average: the price per square meter is 1,741 on average in Spain as of the end of June 2022. This means that Spanish real estate prices evolved

    • by +5.5% during the last year from €1,625/m² (+6.7% 3 months ago)
    • by +0.4% during the last quarter (+2.4% 3 months ago)

     

    Real estate prices in Spain have been on a strong recovery path since 2014. Of course, transactions were strong up to early 2020, the start of Covid. As the Corona crisis started, prices started to decrease in June 2020. Of course, due to the lockdowns and the Corona situation, transaction volume was lower in 2020 but activity is back: 704,513 properties were sold over the last 12 months to March 2022 a 37% year-on-year increase. Have a look at our interactive chart.

     

     

    The lowest price reached since the financial crisis of 2007 was 1,456/m² in the third quarter of 2014 while the highest was €2,101.4/m² in the first quarter of 2008.

    What are the regions with the biggest increases and decreases?

     

    The top performers for the quarter:

    Sorted by price evolution over the last 3 months, fourth column

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Palencia 944 € 4,5% 3,7% 1 994 20%
    Salamanca 1 218 € 6,7% 3,3% 4 293 33%
    Araba/Alava 2 049 € 1,9% 3,2% 3 424 19%
    Cantabria 1 510 € 2,8% 3,1% 9 804 36%
    Segovia 1 054 € 9,4% 3,0% 2 510 20%
    Cuenca 795 € 1,1% 3,0% 2 650 41%
    Pontevedra 1 368 € 7,2% 2,8% 8 239 31%
    Lugo 912 € 4,1% 2,7% 3 810 26%
    Soria 932 € 5,7% 2,6% 1 551 43%
    Rioja (La) 1 155 € 6,1% 2,4% 5 534 38%
    Galicia 1 266 € 4,9% 2,3% 25 698 28%
    Coruña (A) 1 300 € 3,5% 2,2% 8 703 1%
    Badajoz 901 € 4,8% 2,1% 7 098 20%
    Ceuta 1 851 € 3,0% 2,0% 699 16%
    Ceuta y Melilla 1 801 € 4,0% 2,0% 1 428 14%
    Melilla 1 772 € 4,9% 2,0% 729 13%
    Madrid (Comunidad de) 2 900 € 9,0% 1,9% 90 773 28%
    Palmas (Las) 1 711 € 5,6% 1,8% 14 820 54%
    Málaga 2 016 € 8,8% 1,8% 42 053 60%
    Zaragoza 1 385 € 7,9% 1,7% 12 726 22%
    Extremadura 877 € 3,9% 1,4% 11 892 30%



    As a reminder, the top performers for the March 2022 quarter were:

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Melilla 1 738 € 5,5% 4,0% 719 24%
    Ceuta y Melilla 1 766 € 3,5% 3,9% 1 391 18%
    Ceuta 1 814 € 1,6% 3,7% 672 13%
    Segovia 1 023 € 4,7% 3,6% 2 448 24%
    Navarra (Comunidad Foral de) 1 510 € 6,4% 3,5% 7 182 29%
    Guadalajara 1 176 € 6,1% 3,4% 5 326 33%
    Soria 908 € -0,9% 3,4% 1 332 24%
    Barcelona 2 536 € 6,1% 3,4% 67 633 39%
    Tarragona 1 404 € 11,1% 3,3% 16 461 48%
    Cataluña 2 160 € 7,1% 3,3% 104 834 41%
    Madrid (Comunidad de) 2 846 € 9,5% 3,1% 88 223 33%
    Málaga 1 981 € 9,8% 3,1% 38 415 49%
    Girona 1 690 € 10,6% 3,1% 14 720 41%
    Granada 1 200 € 6,4% 3,0% 14 556 40%
    León 875 € 2,3% 2,9% 4 847 28%
    Bizkaia 2 461 € 4,0% 2,9% 12 948 28%
    Córdoba 1 124 € 2,1% 2,8% 9 248 32%
    Toledo 905 € 8,9% 2,8% 11 673 39%
    Lleida 1 065 € 6,6% 2,7% 6 020 37%
    Palmas (Las) 1 681 € 6,3% 2,7% 13 199 41%
    Rioja (La) 1 129 € 4,6% 2,6% 5 219 34%
    Alicante/Alacant 1 411 € 8,7% 2,6% 47 173 41%
    Sevilla 1 412 € 7,9% 2,6% 25 274 39%
    Balears (Illes) 2 611 € 10,5% 2,5% 17 757 58%
    Burgos 1 168 € 4,4% 2,5% 5 546 30%
    TOTAL NACIONAL 1 734 € 6,7% 2,4% 672 289 38%

     

    The worst performers for the quarter:

    Sorted by price evolution over the last 3 months, fourth column

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Huelva 1 137 € 3,0% -3,1% 8 994 44%
    Murcia (Región de) 1 016 € 1,6% -2,7% 25 155 36%
    Sevilla 1 374 € 3,0% -2,7% 26 192 34%
    Toledo 884 € 4,0% -2,3% 12 498 40%
    Burgos 1 147 € 3,2% -1,8% 5 743 25%
    Tarragona 1 381 € 6,3% -1,6% 16 957 41%
    Zamora 786 € -2,1% -1,6% 2 061 29%
    Teruel 766 € 1,0% -1,2% 1 996 35%
    Santa Cruz de Tenerife 1 495 € 4,8% -1,0% 12 970 58%
    Barcelona 2 511 € 4,4% -1,0% 69 718 35%
    Cataluña 2 140 € 4,8% -0,9% 108 341 37%
    León 867 € 3,5% -0,8% 5 018 26%
    Almería 1 152 € 3,0% -0,8% 15 610 46%
    Gipuzkoa 2 798 € 1,7% -0,8% 7 191 7%
    Alicante/Alacant 1 401 € 6,1% -0,7% 52 449 59%
    Lleida 1 058 € 2,9% -0,7% 6 083 26%
    Córdoba 1 116 € 0,8% -0,6% 7 295 -3%
    Castellón/Castelló 1 085 € 3,1% -0,5% 12 779 47%
    Cádiz 1 439 € 2,4% -0,4% 15 393 14%
    Bizkaia 2 453 € 3,8% -0,3% 12 960 21%
    Comunidad Valenciana 1 316 € 5,7% -0,3% 108 050 49%
    Girona 1 686 € 6,7% -0,2% 15 583 44%
    Andalucía 1 397 € 5,2% -0,2% 144 276 44%



    As a reminder, the worst performers for the March 2022 quarter were:

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Cuenca 772 € 1,3% -2,8% 2 552 45%
    Araba/Alava 1 985 € -1,6% -2,5% 3 360 33%
    Cáceres 839 € 1,7% -2,3% 4 414 52%
    Zamora 799 € -4,2% -2,1% 2 021 42%
    Castellón/Castelló 1 090 € 5,2% -1,4% 12 533 51%
    Valladolid 1 277 € 4,7% -0,8% 6 791 35%
    Lugo 887 € 3,9% -0,5% 3 815 41%
    Salamanca 1 179 € 2,7% -0,4% 4 049 31%
    Cantabria 1 465 € 1,6% -0,2% 9 442 37%

     

     

    Here is the alphabetical ranking of all the regions’ real estate price evolution in the last quarter:

    Interactive chart

     

  2. Spanish property prices evolution over the last year

     

    The Spanish cities with the strongest price increases for the year:

    Sorted by price evolution over the last 12 months, 

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Segovia 1 054 € 9,4% 3,0% 2 510 20%
    Madrid (Comunidad de) 2 900 € 9,0% 1,9% 90 773 28%
    Málaga 2 016 € 8,8% 1,8% 42 053 60%
    Granada 1 210 € 8,6% 0,8% 15 307 41%
    Zaragoza 1 385 € 7,9% 1,7% 12 726 22%
    Navarra (Comunidad Foral de) 1 520 € 7,8% 0,7% 7 198 17%
    Balears (Illes) 2 631 € 7,6% 0,7% 19 023 65%
    Pontevedra 1 368 € 7,2% 2,8% 8 239 31%
    Salamanca 1 218 € 6,7% 3,3% 4 293 33%
    Aragón 1 275 € 6,7% 1,2% 18 465 25%
    Girona 1 686 € 6,7% -0,2% 15 583 44%
    Guadalajara 1 192 € 6,6% 1,3% 5 470 33%
    Tarragona 1 381 € 6,3% -1,6% 16 957 41%
    Alicante/Alacant 1 401 € 6,1% -0,7% 52 449 59%
    Rioja (La) 1 155 € 6,1% 2,4% 5 534 38%
    Valencia/València 1 301 € 6,0% 0,2% 42 822 39%
    Soria 932 € 5,7% 2,6% 1 551 43%
    Comunidad Valenciana 1 316 € 5,7% -0,3% 108 050 49%
    Palmas (Las) 1 711 € 5,6% 1,8% 14 820 54%
    TOTAL NACIONAL 1 741 € 5,5% 0,4% 704 513 37%



    while the top performers for the last year up to the end of December were:

     

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Tarragona 1 404 € 11,1% 3,3% 16 461 48%
    Girona 1 690 € 10,6% 3,1% 14 720 41%
    Balears (Illes) 2 611 € 10,5% 2,5% 17 757 58%
    Málaga 1 981 € 9,8% 3,1% 38 415 49%
    Madrid (Comunidad de) 2 846 € 9,5% 3,1% 88 223 33%
    Toledo 905 € 8,9% 2,8% 11 673 39%
    Alicante/Alacant 1 411 € 8,7% 2,6% 47 173 41%
    Valencia/València 1 299 € 8,6% 2,2% 41 372 43%
    Huelva 1 173 € 8,2% 1,0% 8 691 44%
    Comunidad Valenciana 1 320 € 8,2% 2,0% 101 078 43%
    Sevilla 1 412 € 7,9% 2,6% 25 274 39%
    Zaragoza 1 362 € 7,6% 1,7% 12 414 27%
    Andalucía 1 400 € 7,4% 2,3% 136 270 42%
    Cataluña 2 160 € 7,1% 3,3% 104 834 41%
    Almería 1 162 € 6,9% 0,4% 14 757 44%
    TOTAL NACIONAL 1 734 € 6,7% 2,4% 672 289 38%



    The worst performers for the year:

    Sorted by price evolution over the last 12 months, third column

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Zamora 786 € -2,1% -1,6% 2 061 29%



    Remember, the worst performers for the year up to March 2022 were:

    Sorted by price evolution over the last 12 months, fourth column

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Zamora 799 € -4,2% -2,1% 2 021 42%
    Araba/Alava 1 985 € -1,6% -2,5% 3 360 33%
    Soria 908 € -0,9% 3,4% 1 332 24%

     

     

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

    Interactive chart

     

     

     

  3. The most expensive real estate markets in Spain

    End June 2022, Sorted by price, second column

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Madrid (Comunidad de) 2 900 € 9,0% 1,9% 90 773 28%
    Gipuzkoa 2 798 € 1,7% -0,8% 7 191 7%
    Balears (Illes) 2 631 € 7,6% 0,7% 19 023 65%
    Barcelona 2 511 € 4,4% -1,0% 69 718 35%
    País Vasco 2 500 € 2,8% -0,1% 23 575 16%
    Bizkaia 2 453 € 3,8% -0,3% 12 960 21%
    Cataluña 2 140 € 4,8% -0,9% 108 341 37%
    Araba/Alava 2 049 € 1,9% 3,2% 3 424 19%
    Málaga 2 016 € 8,8% 1,8% 42 053 60%
    Ceuta 1 851 € 3,0% 2,0% 699 16%
    Ceuta y Melilla 1 801 € 4,0% 2,0% 1 428 14%
    Melilla 1 772 € 4,9% 2,0% 729 13%
    TOTAL NACIONAL 1 741 € 5,5% 0,4% 704 513 37%

    with the National Spanish Average at 1,741 €/m².

  4. The cheapest real estate markets in Spain

    End June 2022, Sorted by price, second column

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Ciudad Real 732 € 3,0% 0,4% 5 794 29%
    Teruel 766 € 1,0% -1,2% 1 996 35%
    Zamora 786 € -2,1% -1,6% 2 061 29%
    Cuenca 795 € 1,1% 3,0% 2 650 41%
    Jaén 799 € 2,8% 0,3% 7 123 30%
    Cáceres 842 € 2,3% 0,4% 4 794 48%
    Ávila 849 € 3,9% 0,1% 2 829 35%
    León 867 € 3,5% -0,8% 5 018 26%
    Extremadura 877 € 3,9% 1,4% 11 892 30%
    Toledo 884 € 4,0% -2,3% 12 498 40%
    Badajoz 901 € 4,8% 2,1% 7 098 20%
    Lugo 912 € 4,1% 2,7% 3 810 26%
    Castilla-La Mancha 913 € 3,5% 0,0% 24 012 6%
    Ourense 929 € 4,2% 1,1% 2 561 23%
    Soria 932 € 5,7% 2,6% 1 551 43%
    Albacete 934 € 1,5% 1,0% 4 305 29%
    Palencia 944 € 4,5% 3,7% 1 994 20%

    with the National Spanish Average at 1,741 €/m².

     

     

  5. The most active Spanish real estate market

     

    End June 2022, Sorted by the number of transactions over the last 12 months, fourth column

     

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    TOTAL NACIONAL 1 741 € 5,5% 0,4% 704 513 37%
    Andalucía 1 397 € 5,2% -0,2% 144 276 44%
    Cataluña 2 140 € 4,8% -0,9% 108 341 37%
    Comunidad Valenciana 1 316 € 5,7% -0,3% 108 050 49%
    Madrid (Comunidad de) 2 900 € 9,0% 1,9% 90 773 28%
    Barcelona 2 511 € 4,4% -1,0% 69 718 35%
    Alicante/Alacant 1 401 € 6,1% -0,7% 52 449 59%
    Valencia/València 1 301 € 6,0% 0,2% 42 822 39%
    Málaga 2 016 € 8,8% 1,8% 42 053 60%
    Castilla y León 1 052 € 4,0% 0,7% 32 907 28%
    Canarias 1 602 € 5,3% 0,5% 27 790 56%
    Sevilla 1 374 € 3,0% -2,7% 26 192 34%
    Galicia 1 266 € 4,9% 2,3% 25 698 28%
    Murcia (Región de) 1 016 € 1,6% -2,7% 25 155 36%
    Castilla-La Mancha 913 € 3,5% 0,0% 24 012 6%
    País Vasco 2 500 € 2,8% -0,1% 23 575 16%
    Balears (Illes) 2 631 € 7,6% 0,7% 19 023 65%

     

  6. The fastest growing real estate markets

    (or least decreasing in case evolution is negative)

    End June 2022, Sorted by transaction evolution over the last 12 months / fourth column

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Balears (Illes) 2 631 € 7,6% 0,7% 19 023 65%
    Málaga 2 016 € 8,8% 1,8% 42 053 60%
    Alicante/Alacant 1 401 € 6,1% -0,7% 52 449 59%
    Santa Cruz de Tenerife 1 495 € 4,8% -1,0% 12 970 58%
    Canarias 1 602 € 5,3% 0,5% 27 790 56%
    Palmas (Las) 1 711 € 5,6% 1,8% 14 820 54%
    Comunidad Valenciana 1 316 € 5,7% -0,3% 108 050 49%
    Cáceres 842 € 2,3% 0,4% 4 794 48%
    Castellón/Castelló 1 085 € 3,1% -0,5% 12 779 47%
    Almería 1 152 € 3,0% -0,8% 15 610 46%
    Andalucía 1 397 € 5,2% -0,2% 144 276 44%
    Huelva 1 137 € 3,0% -3,1% 8 994 44%
    Girona 1 686 € 6,7% -0,2% 15 583 44%
    Soria 932 € 5,7% 2,6% 1 551 43%
    Granada 1 210 € 8,6% 0,8% 15 307 41%
    Tarragona 1 381 € 6,3% -1,6% 16 957 41%
    Cuenca 795 € 1,1% 3,0% 2 650 41%
    Toledo 884 € 4,0% -2,3% 12 498 40%
    Valencia/València 1 301 € 6,0% 0,2% 42 822 39%
    Rioja (La) 1 155 € 6,1% 2,4% 5 534 38%
    TOTAL NACIONAL 1 741 € 5,5% 0,4% 704 513 37%
    Check this very interesting infographic comparing transaction growth, price per m² and price evolution over the last year:
  7. The least active property markets in Spain

     

    End of June 2022, Sorted by transaction evolution over the last 12 months/ third column

    City / Region Price Yr Price Evolution Qtr Price Evolution Number of Transactions Transaction Evolution
    Córdoba 1 116 € 0,8% -0,6% 7 295 -3%
    Coruña (A) 1 300 € 3,5% 2,2% 8 703 1%
    Castilla-La Mancha 913 € 3,5% 0,0% 24 012 6%
    Gipuzkoa 2 798 € 1,7% -0,8% 7 191 7%
    Melilla 1 772 € 4,9% 2,0% 729 13%
    Cádiz 1 439 € 2,4% -0,4% 15 393 14%
    Ceuta y Melilla 1 801 € 4,0% 2,0% 1 428 14%
    Ceuta 1 851 € 3,0% 2,0% 699 16%
    País Vasco 2 500 € 2,8% -0,1% 23 575 16%
    Navarra (Comunidad Foral de) 1 520 € 7,8% 0,7% 7 198 17%
    Araba/Alava 2 049 € 1,9% 3,2% 3 424 19%

     

  8. Price evolution of the main regions since 2006

    Here is a downloadable format of the chart if you want to save it:
    Spain house prices

    As you can see on this chart, Spanish real estate prices (thick orange line) got its lowest price point in early 2014 since the crisis of 2008. Since early 2014, real estate prices are rising and reached 1,741€/m² end of June 2022.  If you look at prices in general, yes we can talk again about growth but if you compare those to the levels of 2008 or to European real estate prices, you can still find bargains. Furthermore, real estate prices remain lower than the prices of early 2005 which were at 1680€ per square meter.

    The 3 winning regions since 2014

    The market in Spain is divided into two groups since 2014: the regions with rising prices: Barcelona, Madrid and the Balearic Islands and all the other regions where the prices have stabilized or are increasing modestly.

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  9. Price evolution since 1995 for the top 20 Spanish cities

    We have created huge databases with all this information updated quarterly for all the Spanish cities.  For each of those you will find the last quarterly prices and transactions data available. Please note that transactions are published after prices that is why from time to time, the transactions could be given for the quarter before the one of prices. We did the same for each Spanish cities: price and transaction information, interactive chart (always up to date with our database), the resources available on the city and an image of the real estate price evolution between 1995 and September 2021 (static and not updated).

    Follow our alphabetical ranking or click on any name on this list: Alicante real estate prices, Almeria real estate prices, Barcelona real estate prices, Cadiz real estate prices, Castellón real estate prices, Girona real estate prices, Ibiza real estate prices, Las Palmas real estate  prices, Madrid real estate prices, Málaga real estate prices, Murcia real estate prices, Sevilla real estate prices, Tenerife real estate prices, Valencia real estate prices, Valladolid real estate prices, Zaragoza real estate prices

     

    Alicante property prices: €1,401 /m², +6.1% yr/yr

    Transactions for Alicante – last year: 52,449, +59%

     

     

    Alicante property prices

    Alicante property prices to September 2021

    Almeria property prices: €1,152 /m², +3% yr/yr

    Transactions for Almeria property market: 15,610 +46%

     

     

     

    Barcelona property prices: €2,511 /m², +4.4% yr/yr

    Transactions  for the real estate market in Barcelona: 69,718 +35%

     

     

     

    Barcelona property prices

    Barcelona property prices evolution to September 2021

     

    Cadiz property prices: €1,439 /m², +2.4% yr/yr

    Transactions for Cadiz: 15,393 +14%

     

     

    Cadiz property prices

    Cadiz property prices evolution to September 2021

    Castellón, Castelló property prices: €1,085/m², +4% yr/yr

    Transactions for Castellón, Castelló: 12,779 +47%

     

     

     

    Castellon property prices

    Castellon property price evolution to September 2021

    Girona property prices: €1,686/m², +6.7% yr/yr

    Transactions for the real estate market in Girona: 15,583 +44%

     

     

    Girona property prices

    Girona property price evolution to September 2021

     

    Ibiza property prices/Balearic Islands: €2,631 /m², +7.6% yr/yr

    Transactions for the Balearic Islands are: 19,023 +65%

     

     

    Balearic Islands property price

    Balearic Islands property price evolution to September 2021

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria property prices: €1,711/m², +5.6% yr/yr

    Transactions for Las Palmas: 14,820 +54%

     

     

    Las Palmas property price

    Las Palmas property price evolution to September 2021

    Madrid property prices: €2,900 /m², +9% yr/yr

    Transactions for Madrid: 90,773 +28%

     

     

    Madrid property price

    Madrid property price evolution to September 2021

    Málaga property prices: €2,016 /m², +8.8% yr/yr

    Transactions for Málaga: 42,053 +60%

     

     

    Málaga property price

    Malaga property price evolution to September 20211

     

    Palma de Mallorca property prices/Balearic Islands: €2,631 /m², +7.6% yr/yr

    Transactions for the Balearic Islands: 19,023 +65%

     

    Balearic Islands property price

    Balearic Islands property price evolution to September 2021

     

    Murcia property prices: €1,016 /m², +1.6% yr/yr

    Transactions for the property market in Murcia: 25,155 +36%

     

    Murcia property price

    Murcia property price evolution to September 2021

     

    Santa Cruz Tenerife property prices: €1,495/m², +4.8% yr/yr

    Transactions for Santa Cruz de Tenerife: 12,970 +58%

     

    Santa Cruz de Tenerife property price

    Santa Cruz de Tenerife property price evolution to September 2021

     

    Seville property prices: €1,374 /m², +3% yr/yr

    Transactions for the real estate market in Sevilla are strong: 26,192 +34%

     

     

    Sevilla property price

    Sevilla property price evolution to September 2021

     

    Valencia property prices: €1,301 /m², +6% yr/yr

    Transactions for the property market in Valencia: 42,822 +39%

     

     

     

    Valencia property price

    Valencia property price evolution to September 20211

    Valladolid property prices: €1,290 /m², +3.1% yr/yr

    Transactions for Valladolid: 6,908 +29%

     

    Valladolid property price

    Valladolid property price evolution to September 2021

     

    Saragossa property prices: €1,385 /m², +7.9% yr/yr

    Transactions for Saragossa: 12,726 +22%

     

     

    Zaragoza property price

    Zaragoza property price evolution to September 2021

     

    Source: Ministerio de Fomento

     

    Have a look at the resources we have written about other Spanish Cities

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Have a look at our other very useful resources pages

• Spanish national real estate market: transaction & price data

• Spanish regional real estate market: transaction & price data

• Returns and mortgages conditions in Spain

• Spanish Economy

• Demography in Spain

You can always find those pages under “RE Price trends” at the bottom of the “Resources” section of the Menu.

 

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Stéphane 

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FAQ 

Are property prices in Spain falling?

After the Covid period, where prices stayed stable to negative, real estate prices in Spain recovered and are at 1,741€ per square meter in Spain end of June 2022.

Is now a good time to buy Spanish property?

The important thing with Spain real estate is that the market is not red hot as in 2007 or as in many countries in the world in 2022. Housing is not too expensive at 1,741€ per square meter in Spain end of June 2022. If you compare those to international cities and take into account the quality of life and the cost of live, prices are really not expensive.

What is the best place to live in Spain?

You have many choices. First question to ask yourself: city or countryside? Second one, proximity to the beaches? And as a foreigner, proximity to airport is one of the main question. Don't miss our full guide to search your ideal property in Spain. Of course Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Malaga are some of the most loved cities in Spain.

Can you buy property in Spain without being a resident?

Yes, not a problem. We do have lawyers in our network of local partners to assist you with all the paperwork.

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