House Prices in Spain

“Although house prices have started to stabilize in the most recent data, further declines are possible as the supply overhang is still large (the stock of vacant new houses equals four years of sales, and the population is falling). On the upside, foreign investor interest in Spanish property has increased noticeably in recent months,” according to a new report from the IMF.

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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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