Great news for sellers and also for the Spanish property market: According to Kyero’s latest report, asking prices listed on its website for homes in Spain are broadly in line with official figures, which confirms that the Spanish property market is continuing to recover.
Kyero says that in April, prices showed a steady growth of 5.5% per year. This would indicate that property that appeals to international buyers is returning to price points not seen since 2009.
“Post-Brexit / post-election nerves have started to abate, despite the weak British Pound and UK buyers are once again viewing houses in the Lecrin Valley in steady numbers”, says Danielle Gouwens. “This is being underpinned by a healthy and growing interest from other Northern Europeans, particularly Dutch and Scandinavians.”
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