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UPDATE: Spanish property up due to the coronavirus (Covid-19)?

UPDATE: Spanish property up due to the coronavirus (Covid-19)?

  The Spanish property market has fallen to a standstill situation, as the rest of the economy in most European countries, although it is expected to resume activity during 2020, as the coronavirus crisis follows its natural course.   The recovery will be due to domestic demand by Spanish nationals and the holiday property market by Eur...

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Another Eurozone interest rate fall makes Spanish Mortagages even cheaper

THE Eurozone interest rate has now marked its fourth anniversary in negative figures, meaning mortgages in Spain and other common-currency nations will continue to be low – in fact, the closing figure for February was the second-lowest in 14 months. Spanish variable-rate mortgages are set according to the euro interest figure, or Euríbor, and unlike in the UK, are re-valued annually, not constantly; this means if the interest rate shows ...

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Home Prices in Spain rise at the fastest rate in a decade

HOME prices in Spain are rising at the fastest rate in a decade, according to a leading quantity surveyor – although they still remain far more affordable than at the height of the housing boom in 2007. According to figures by valuers Tinsa, the average residential property rose in price by 5.8% in the final quarter of 2018 – the highest increase seen per three-month period since 2007, a time when a typical home in Spain was worth €2...

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