Bankinter Forecasts Rise in Property Prices Over the Next Year
Resale Property Prices Drop 0.1% in July
Number of Mortgages Granted Rises 34% Annually
July Closes with Very High Temperatures in the Alicante Province
Multimillionaire Russian Anchors on the Javea-Denia Coast
Properties Now Sell 50% Faster on the Costa del Sol Than in 2015
Spanish Startup Creates Blue Wine
Longest Water Slide in Europe in Madrid This Sunday Only
UK Garage Music DJ and Producer Wookie on the Costa Blanca This Saturday
Madrid Campaigns in London to Bring the City to Spain’s Capital
Gas Bottle Price Drops to Minimum Level
32 Provinces on Orange Alert for High Temperatures Today
British Consulate Organises Informal Talk on Brexit Tomorrow in Alicante
Julian Marley & Uprising Perform at Mar de Músicas Festival Inauguration in Cartagena Tonight

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Euribor in negative figures March 2016
04 April 2016

Euribor in Negative Figures for Second Consecutive Month

The Euribor, the rate used to measure the majority of mortgages taken out in Spain, has made history. For the second month in a row it has registered negative figures at the end of the month. Just a...
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Mortgages granted rises in January 2016
31 March 2016
This year has got off to an excellent start with regards to property sales, new construction and the granting of new mortgages. The number of new mortgages granted in January this year reached 23,275...
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Property sector in Spain 2016
29 March 2016
The forecast for the residential property market in Spain for this year couldn’t look more promising, according to leading global real-estate consultants CBRE. In the company’s latest report experts...
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Selling a property in Spain
29 March 2016
We are all in agreement that the property sector has recovered from the economic crisis, which suffered its worst years in 2012 and 2013. House prices are slowly rising, albeit they are rising a lot...
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Tenants to pay ITP tax
25 March 2016

If You Live in Rented Accommodation Hacienda May Chase You for ITP Tax

Probably the first question on most people’s lips after reading this headline is, “What is the ITP tax?”. And that’s a very good question. ITP stands for Impuesto de Transmisiones Patrimoniales, or...
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Renting in a Spanish city
23 March 2016
If you are thinking of moving to the city, or even changing from one city to another, maybe you should give a thought to how much you should expect to pay when it comes to renting a property....
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Property purchases January 2016
08 March 2016
The fact that the number of property purchases took a small dip in the first month of the year when compared to the same month 12 months previously is most likely nothing to worry about. According to...
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New fixed rate mortgage from BBVA
07 March 2016
Fixed-rate mortgages are not the most popular type of mortgage taken out by those wanting to purchase a home. However, since interest rates have been so low over the last couple of years, the number...
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Mortgages on the rise last year
01 March 2016

Mortgage Concessions Increase Every Month of the Year in 2015

December 2015 was the icing on the cake in a year when according to the National Institute of Statistics, the number of mortgages granted rose every month from the year before. During the last month...
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Euribor in negative figures
29 February 2016

Spanish Banks Start to Protect Themselves from the Negative Euribor

There has been talk about the Euribor entering negative figures for a few months now, but in all fairness, I don’t think that experts in the financial field actually expected it to happen so quickly...
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People want larger homes
26 February 2016

The Demand Now Is for Bigger Houses

During the property boom, which for most seems like a very long time ago, the demand for various types of property was very different to how it is now. Due to the way in which property prices had...
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House prices to rise the most in the EU
19 February 2016
In a recent report published by the European Commission, Spain and Ireland, two of the countries to be worst-hit by the property crisis, will see house prices rise quite substantially over the next...
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