The number of people registered as unemployed across Spain fell by 4.7% in the third quarter (Q3) of the year, according to Active Population Survey (EPA) by the government’s central statistics unit. Following the economic crash, unemployment figures across the country were among some of the highest in the European Union. In Q1 2013, the… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: October 2018
In the second quarter (Q2) of 2018, a total of 17,338 properties in Spain were purchased by a non-Spaniard, representing a rise of 11%, according to the latest report by the Association of Spanish Land Registrars.
Since the market bottomed out in 2015, property prices across Spain have risen by 12.1%, according to leading property valuation Tinsa. In the last 3.5 years property prices in all of the categories identified by Tinsa have risen, led by a 19.4% rise in ‘regional capitals and other large cities’ and followed by the ‘Balearic and… Read more »