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.
24 May 2018
"Residential rental market in Spain"
The report takes a look at the evolution of this sector, highlighting the progress shown by the main indicators, which are growing, although moderately. Prepared from official sources, in-house information from the portfolio of rental assets managed by Servihabitat and the main real estate portals, the study highlights that the differences between the most dynamic areas and the remaining areas continue to increase.Read more
In addition to the factors that are favouring the increase in home rentals in Spain, the most significant of which are the change in the mentality of the younger population, an increase in geographic mobility for work-related reasons and the obstacles to emancipation and access to home purchases, the study analyses the changes in the main indicators affecting this sector:
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13 December 2017
“Residential market in Spain”
The fifth edition of the report on the “Residential market in Spain” offers an industry analysis at the close of 2017 as well as a forecast of how the key indicators will evolve next year.Read more
The report notes that the residential market has shown clear signs of recovery in 2017 and points towards consolidation and further growth in 2018, with a market that seems to have found very firm footing in most regions. 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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