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The price of housing in Spain will grow around 5% in 2017

The demand for new build properties is expected to be between 120,000 and 140,000 units.

Housing will continue to gain value in Spain, which makes it especially attractive as an investment asset. The price of housing is expected to grow between 4% and 6% by 2017. In addition, the demand for new housing will be between 120,000 and 140,000 units a year. Although the recovery of the residential market in Spain is not assuming significant tensions "on the price of housing at the national aggregate level, there are observed increases in new housing in some local markets with strong demand and a limited new housing offer.

The new contruction properties return.

The promoter activity has returned. Demand was previously focused on second-hand products and at present there are an estimated 64,000 new work visas. These data, apart from the numerous promotions started, especially in coastal areas, suggest that the new work is again a product taken into account, both for the national and international buyers.

Better expectations for the real estate market.

There is a consolidation of the recovery and the forecasts of unemployment and job creation are leading to the creation of new homes. During 2017 the investment is estimated to have surpassed 3,375 million euros, 48% more than in 2016, and that 68% of the investments came from abroad.

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