Servihabitat Increases Turnover by 30% Due to Increased Demand for Existing Homes

In February, the servicer brokered properties worth a total of approximately 250 million euros.

One of the developments marketed by the servicer in Madrid.

Servihabitat posted its fourth consecutive month of increased turnover, selling properties worth about 250 million euros, a new high for the month.

Servihabitat assured a range of indicators point to the fact that the real estate market “is recovering, and even surpassing, the rates of previous periods within a sector that, despite the effects of the pandemic, has been solid.”

The company’s turnover has increased by 30% compared to December in Servihabitat, “a notably high percentage and which shows the high-level of demand when it comes to acquiring this type of asset.”

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