Wednesday, July 8, 2020

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Madrid, Cataluña & Alicante Offer Moratoriums on Public Rents

On Thursday, the Municipal Government of the Town Hall of Madrid agreed to establish a moratorium on the rental payments of the apartments owned by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS), which will benefit 6,000 families.
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House Prices in Madrid Rise by More Than 45% in Five Years

The average home cost 295,927 euros in the Spanish capital at the end of March, compared to 165,280 euros on average in Spain.

How Much Does it Cost to Rent a Home in Your Area According to the Government’s Statistics?

The map prepared by Brains RE using data from the Ministry of Development's index reveals the rental prices in each municipality in Spain; and they vary quite a lot compared to other indicators.

Where are the Most Expensive Homes in Spain?

25 Spanish towns registered house sales costing more than 3,300 euros per square metre during the first quarter, including eight municipalities in the Balearic Islands.

House Sales Reach their Highest Prices in 8 Years

Homes sold during the first quarter of 2020 registered the highest prices seen in the last eight years, with an average of 1,747 euros per square metre; four autonomous regions accounted for 70% of the total sales volume.

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Santander Plans to Invest €1 Billion in NPLs

The bank is planning to enter the market for non-performing loans as a buyer and is looking to invest €1 billion in the doubtful credit market.

Chenavari Puts its Entire Property Portfolio in Spain Up For Sale

The British investment manager is looking for a buyer for its real estate portfolio in Spain, which is valued at 700 million euros.

The Rental Home Market in Spain Continues to Rise

The gross yield on rental housing stood at 6.81% for multi-family properties and 5.61% for single-family units in Q1 2020, according to data collected by BrainsRe.

What was Happening in the Housing Market in Spain Before Covid-19?

House prices in Spain grew slightly during the first quarter of 2020, whereby maintaining the upward trend registered over the last five years, although they were showing signs of peaking.