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Investment by Spaniards in Housing has Risen by 50% Since 2014, Exceeding that of any Other Asset

'Weak' population growth and the high stock of unsold homes will limit the growth of the supply of real estate, warns the Bank of Spain.

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The Bank of Spain has also warned about the ‘substantial’ macroeconomic impact that the Covid-19 health crisis could have by worsening the difficulties that already exist in terms of access to housing and the risks relating to the real estate market.

The report ‘The housing market in Spain between 2014 and 2019’, presented on Friday by the Bank of Spain indicates that real investment in housing by households increased by 47% between 2013 and 2019. That growth was more intense than that of other investment components, such as intangible assets (23%) and capital goods (31%), and also outpaced GDP growth (17%) during the same period.


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