Web Version
Property Prices Continue To Soar Across Spain in 2017

Read more + 29 Nov 2017

Property Prices Continue To Soar Across Spain in 2017

Reports indicate that property prices in Spain could increase by as much as 5% in 2018, thanks to rapidly increasing demand that has been buoyed by booming tourism in the nation that has become the most popular holiday destination in Europe. Spain has now enjoyed its sixth year of record-breaking visitor numbers and its property markets in tourist hotspot areas is seeing the significant...

Optimistic Outlook for Spanish Property in 2018

Read more + 29 Nov 2017

Optimistic Outlook for Spanish Property in 2018

MORE new residential developments are being completed now than any other time since the crash, latest figures reveal. Between January and July, 33,085 homes, mostly apartments were finished according to the Spanish Ministry of Public Works, representing a 39% increase from this time last year. In 2007 there were 641,419 properties completed, which plummeted by 94% in the following year,...

Spanish property sales increase by 16 per cent in August

Read more + 25 Oct 2017

Spanish property sales increase by 16 per cent in August

The number of sales registered in Spain in August was 16% higher than in the same month of 2016. The increase is the seventh year-on-year increase in the first eight months of this year. All of Spain's 17 regions reported an increase in the amount of activity. The biggest increases were seen in Castilla-La Mancha (37.9% increase), the Comunidad Valenciana (32.5% increase) and Galicia (23%...

Record October temperatures: 33ºC in southern Spain

Read more + 15 Oct 2017

Record October temperatures: 33ºC in southern Spain

TEMPERATURES soared to up to an unseasonable 33ºC yesterday (Tuesday), leading to the unprecedented sight of full beaches in mid-October. The hottest climates, however, were in land-locked provinces such as Sevilla, Córdoba and Badajoz, although east and south coast areas also saw the mercury soar to around 30ºC. So far, this year has seen the warmest October this century after a...

Spain's economic growth 'unaffected' by Catalunya, says FMI

Read more + 15 Oct 2017

Spain's economic growth 'unaffected' by Catalunya, says FMI

SPAIN'S economic outlook has not been affected by the upheaval in Catalunya, according to the International Monetary Fund (FMI) in its recent report. Although the global organisation said on Friday that the banned referendum and threats of a unilateral declaration of independence (UDI) would 'weigh heavily on investor confidence and decisions', the FMI's World Economic Outlook report...

Featured Properties

Why Be

Stressed?
Confused?
Uncertain?
Misunderstood
Click Here

We listen

Let us be your

Personal Property
Shopper

Click Here

We personalise

All aspects of your
Viewing
Experience
Click Here
© 2018 Casa Consultants ● Design: MediaelxLegal NotePrivacyWeb Map TOP