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The COVID-19 pandemic is having effects on the property market in Spain in a range of different ways. Consequences vary depending on the regions of the country, while changes have also been observed when it comes to property supply and demand.
According to data collected by idealista/data during 2020 concerning relative demand, 9.5% of people looking for a home on idealista, Spain's leading real estate website, came from other countries.
When selling property in Spain, one of the biggest questions from expats concerns how long it takes to complete on a property in Spain. According to an idealista/data analysis for the third quarter of 2020, the time to sell a house in Spain has increased to an average of 6 months due to the coronavi
Every home is unique and when selling a property in Spain, it is important to set a reasonable price that fits the property characteristics and the current state of the market.
With 2021 well underway, more and more expats want to move abroad and buy property in Spain for a lifestyle change.
Will house prices drop in Spain in 2021? Is 2021 a good time to invest in property in Spain? These are just some of the questions on the minds of those planning to move to Spain in 2021, but who may have put plans on hold due to uncertainties such as Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic.
Real estate throughout Europe continues to prove itself as a safe-haven asset in times of crisis.
After several months of pandemic, the real estate sector in Spain is gradually recovering its activity, something which has been revealed by the Real Estate Activity Register Index (IRAI) of the Association of Registrars, which shows how during the third quarter of 2020 the indicators related to pro
The employment specialist website Jobatus has carried out a study that points out the drop in demand for professionals in certain sectors in July compared to the same month in 2018 and 2019.
The traditional slogan of sun and beach in Spain continues to attract foreigners to the country, both to buy and rent property, as well as for holidays.
The sale price of properties on the Spanish coast fell by 0.4% during June, to 1,749 euros/m2, according to a study published by idealista, the largest real estate marketplace in Spain.
The real estate sector in Spain, which has been operating normally again for a little over a month after the COVID-19 pandemic, is experiencing a gradual reactivation and recovery at operations level, while the whole of the Spanish economy is getting back on its feet.