Madrid is among the Top 5 most attractive European cities for real estate investments

According to the report issued by PWC, Madrid’s substantial office market is in transition – after a cycle of yield compression, office rental growth is finally starting to come through. The country’s recovery is now going at full speed and is one of the fastest-growing in Europe. Spain’s GDP growth is impressive – 3 percent […]

Rising activity in the Spanish non-residential property market

According to BBVA Research, the non-residential sector has shown greater dynamism in the second quarter of 2017, when the number of new transactions of premises, warehouses and offices was 14,628, up 9.5% over the same period of the previous year, which puts the annual volume accumulated during the last twelve months above the 53,000 units, […]

Real estate investments in Spain will beat a record in 2016

The total volume of real estate investments will exceed 13.9 billion euros, 8% more than in 2015 and 45% more than in 2014. Real estate investment in Spain will close the year marking a new high. The data indicate that it will exceed 13.9 billion euros, 8% more than in 2015 and 45% more than […]

Positive outlook for Spanish real estate market in 2016

The Spanish economy is currently displaying stronger growth than most of its peers in Western Europe. The country has left the doldrums of its post-2008 economic misery, and its property sector has kept pace with the more general recovery. International core investors are once again turning their attention to Iberia. “Looking back, 2014 was the […]

3Q 2015 foreign investment data released

According to the data released by the Spanish Trade Ministry, foreign investment in Spain in the period from January to September 2015 increased by 42.9% to 15.763 billion euros, excluding divestment. Net foreign investments showed 25.7% growth to 11.230 billion euros in comparison with 2014. The biggest inflow of the foreign investments was recorded in […]

GDP eurozone shows growth in the fourth quarter of 2014

The GDP of the eurozone grew by 0.3% in the fourth quarter of 2014 upon the previous quarter, according to data published by Eurostat, the official statistics body of the European Union. Germany and Spain featured as growth leaders in the eurozone in the final quarter of 2014, with their GDPs growing by 0.7%.