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These Are the First Operations being Closed Following the Pandemic

The Spanish real estate sector is beginning to show the first signs of reactivation following the pandemic, with the signing of several operations, in particular in the 'build to rent' segment.

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Illustration by Simone Hutsch.

The Spanish real estate sector – which had not yet fully recovered from the crisis of 2008 – has once again been hit hard by the effects of an unprecedented crisis, this time originating in the healthcare sector. However, following the period of strict lockdown to contain the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, it seems that the market is now beginning to reactivate, and some important real estate operations have already been registered.

“Over the last three weeks, we have seen a significant increase in the interest from funds wanting to resume operations, on the lookout for new opportunities and, in fact, we are actively working on several investment proposals that will likely get the go ahead over the next few months”, explained Antonio Pan de Soraluce, Managing Director of Colliers in Spain, speaking to Brainsre.news.

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