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Taylor Wimpey Forecasts that the Market in Spain Will Make a Full Recovery in 2022

The firm, which specialises in second homes in Spain, has continued to build and sell homes during the Covid-19 crisis but at lower rates. It expects business to begin to normalise next year.

The British property developer Taylor Wimpey, which has a subsidiary and important interests in Spain, expects that the Spanish market will enjoy a full recovery from the impact of Covid in 2022, according to the group’s results presentation.

In the firm’s opinion, the Spanish market for second homes, where the company specialises, “has been inevitably affected by the mobility restrictions imposed as a result of the Covid outbreak in 2020”.

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