During the first quarter of 2020 and fifteen days into the lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus, the average house price in Spain stood at 1,747 euros per square metre and the average ticket paid per home was 165,280 euros. Both figures represented maximum values for the last 8 years, according to data from the Spanish College of Registrars collected by the Brains RE real estate big data platform.
In the case of the municipality of Madrid, the average transaction price stood at 3,418 euros per square metre, which represents a 10-year maximum. Meanwhile, the average ticket for a home purchase was 295,927 euros, which is very close to the peak of the historical series recorded in 2007 (297,748 euros) just before the housing bubble burst.
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