Servihabitat Trends, the research and market analysis platform spearheaded by Servihabitat, draws up a series of reports with the goal of sharing with its partners an in-depth picture of the financial-real estate sector and analysing the keys to its evolution and future trends.
We invite you to learn about the main conclusions of the studies developed by the platform.
11 July 2017
“Residential market in Spain”
The fourth edition of the report on the “Residential market in Spain” offers a detailed overview of the real estate market at the start of 2017 as well as a forecast of how the key indicators will evolve throughout the year.Read more
The report states that the industry shows clear signs of recovery in 2017, in line with the moderate growth trend experienced last year, although the various micro-markets are worth analyzing in order to take the pulse of the real estate market as a whole. Some of the main conclusions are:
Servihabitat provides the latest news on the evolution of the Spanish real estate market thanks to the contributions of our Network of partner agents (APIs) and the support of the Institute of Business Practice (IPE) and its Real Estate Chair.
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31 May 2017
“Residential rental market in Spain”
The report analyzes the industry’s evolution and highlights the positive trend that it has experienced in recent years, as the key indicators are pointing out.Read more
It has been prepared using official sources, figures from the portfolio of rental properties managed by Servihabitat and the leading real estate portals. According to them, it is advisable to differentiate three regions: Madrid, Barcelona and their metropolitan areas, where rental prices are experiencing an upward trend and demand is sustained; cities with more than 300,000 inhabitants, with a moderate rise in activity; and all other locations, whose growth is virtually inexistent.
The report contains the factors that confirm that the growth of Spain's rental market may continue over time. These factors include: an increased geographic mobility, with greater concentrations in the heart of cities; a shortage of new homes in certain regions; limited access to credit for home purchases and the changing mentality that is taking place, primarily between younger population.
Some of the key indicators that show the evolution of this segment in the country are:
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