Deutsche AWM | Capital is moving beyond Madrid and Barcelona. Yields continue to fall and are now close to historical lows. Positive yield impact is to have run its course mostly by end-2016.
Spain real estate
By Félix Lores Juberías and Ignacio San Martín at BBVA Research | Housing sales, which grew by approximately 8%, were shored up by increased lending, the upturn in employment and better consumer confidence.
Spain’s housing sales continue to recover in June, with 30,578 new transactions and 17.0% YoY growth.
MADRID | March 9, 2015 | By Fernando G. Urbaneja | Martinsa-Fadesa is a paradigm of Spanish real estate disaster of the last decade, a company which became synonymous with Spain’s period of boom and bust, an exemplification of the evils of the time.