The sale of homes in Spain fell almost 19% last June, according to those of the Council of Notaries. The causes of the growing current fear of investing in housing, according to some experts, lie in the lack of government and the entry into force of the current mortgage law. Therefore, it is worth asking what factors will mark the Spanish real estate market in the remainder of 2019.
The Spanish economy is expected to grow 2.3% at the end of this year, according to the forecasts already managed by the Government and to which the International Monetary Fund (IMF) itself points. Therefore, both investors and individuals can face these last months as a good time to consider buying a property. What to expect in recent months?...continue reading "What to expect from the real estate market in Spain during the next months of 2019?"