TINSA: Coastal House Prices Rise For The First Time in Seven Years

The Tinsa house price index shows homes on the Spanish coast getting dearer for the first time since the crash started in 2008, whilst overall price falls continue to fall at a slower rate. The (IMIE) house price index published by Tinsa, one of Spain’s biggest appraisal companies, provides fresh evidence that Spain’s drawn-out crash


As cement production increases in Spain, will we see a resurgence of cranes on the horizon?

Spain is No.1 in Cement Output, again. After eight long years during which the construction industry has become one of the most punished sectors in Spain, the country now leads the Euro zone in cement production. The year-on increase from 2014, although discrete compared to peak production levels prior to 2008, nevertheless sees a 14.4%


Foreign Buyers represented 21.4pc of the Spanish Property Market in 2013

Property purchases by non-Spaniards rose 9.8pc in 2013 compared to the previous year, according to the latest data from the Statistics Department of the General Council of Notaries. Purchases by non-residents buying second homes and investments rose by 22.6pc, making this group the real drivers of the growth in demand. Purchases by foreign residents fell

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