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Rising House Prices Moderate Following Pandemic

The feared post-pandemic market meltdown is not likely to happen. And neither will a drastic fall in house prices.

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The feared post-pandemic housing market meltdown is not likely to happen. Nor will the drastic fall in housing prices. What has to be considered for the future housing business are variables such as employment, socio-economic and political uncertainty, and the desire to gain space and fresh air versus location.

The situation was made clear by the executives who met at the round table discussion The Behaviour of Prices in the Residential Market, which took place last Friday at the SIMA Real Estate Exhibition.

With Alejandro Aguirre de Cárcer, CEO of Brainsre, as moderator, the experts José Miguel Tabarés, Vice-Dean of the Association of Registrars; María Matos, Director of Studies and spokesperson for the Fotocasa real estate portal, and Carlos Gómez de Castro, Director of Gloval Analytics, confirmed that making forecasts on the future behaviour of prices is a complicated task.

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