It's the million dollar question. Is it time to buy? Everyone, at some point, we have asked this question. Through the analysis of certain economic indicators, we can estimate whether we are really facing a healthy market open to operations and whether, on the contrary, it would be more convenient to wait until certain incidents are resolved. Certainly, the most propitious moment is not marked by external factors, but by one's personal situation. In this post, we detail the factors to know how to make a good decision when buying....continue reading "Signs that warn that it is a good time to buy a home"
Summer is just around the corner if you are thinking about buying a house on the beach, you will realize that the market is no longer the same as in the past. In this post, we tell you about the facets that have changed in this type of housing on the coast....continue reading "House on the beach: Facets that have changed"
The bursting of the housing bubble during the last crisis has transformed the real estate market in countries that suffered the heaviest price of housing. In the years prior to the Great Recession, there was a relaxation of the financial conditions that allowed young people with low wages to mortgage in the very long term with the risk that this entails. The bursting of the bubble has had serious economic consequences that have changed the behaviour of banks and families. Now, the composition of mortgaged homes has changed: the profile is a person over 40 years old and has a high level of income. This transformation of the mortgaged has also occurred in countries that did not suffer the bubble, but for different reasons....continue reading "Who is mortgaged today? The transformation of the real estate market"
Spain is positioned as the most attractive market to invest in second homes, according to a study prepared by the real estate consultancy Savills and the vacation rental platform Home Away. ...continue reading "Spain is the most attractive market to invest in second homes"
According to the latest data from the Spanish Institute of Statistics (INE), the price of housing in Spain has culminated with an increase of 6.7% in the last quarter of the year. Even with the political and social crisis in Barcelona, Catalonia is among the communities with higher than average housing price increases. ...continue reading "Housing price in Catalonia remains despite the political crisis"