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TecniTasa Detects an “Unexpected” Stability in House Prices

Only Calle Serrano in Madrid has recorded prices above €10,000/m2; meanwhile, prices on Paseo de Gracia in Barcelona registered a maximum of €9,450/m2.

House prices in Spain’s main cities have registered an “unexpected” stability after almost a year of pandemic, according to explanations provided by TecniTasa in its annual report about the maximum and minimum prices in the residential sector.

In this sense, only Madrid – on Calle Serrano – recorded prices above 10,000 euros per square metre, specifically €10,550/m2, which represents an increase of around 4% compared to 2019.

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