Spanish property prices in real terms

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    Finally I’ve had a chance to look at Spanish property prices in real terms (adjusted for inflation) over the last decade.

    Over 10 years, Spanish property prices are up on average 4.5pc in real terms, though it depends on the region:

    The data comes from Dept. of Housing Q3.

    More info: Spanish house prices rise just 4.5pc in real terms over 10 years

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    Interesting data and thanks for the digging Mark.

    Very surprised about the Balearic, Barcelona, Sevilla, Andalucia and Madrid numbers to be honest. Not suprised at all about the Alicante and Canaries numbers.

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    @mark wrote:

    Finally I’ve had a chance to look at Spanish property prices in real terms (adjusted for inflation) over the last decade.

    Over 10 years, Spanish property prices are up on average 4.5pc in real terms, though it depends on the region:

    The data comes from Dept. of Housing Q3.

    More info: Spanish house prices rise just 4.5pc in real terms over 10 years

    Hi Mark,

    interesting posting.

    Is there any way to find the data for the last 15 years? Between 1997- 2002 there was already after a doubling of prices.

    Thank you.

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    @flosmichael wrote:

    interesting posting.

    Is there any way to find the data for the last 15 years? Between 1997- 2002 there was already after a doubling of prices.

    Thank you.

    True. I’ve got that data, going back to ’95 I think. Next quarter I’ll run the numbers that far back.

    Keep in mind these are official numbers, so far from perfect. 😉

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    Interesting figures Mark.

    The inflation adjusted peak to present figure you give for Tinsa (-46.5%) would strike me as being closest to the truth. I have long maintained that it, whilst still flawed, is by some way the best of the available indices. This would seem to bear me out.

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    @mark wrote:

    @flosmichael wrote:

    interesting posting.

    Is there any way to find the data for the last 15 years? Between 1997- 2002 there was already after a doubling of prices.

    Thank you.

    True. I’ve got that data, going back to ’95 I think. Next quarter I’ll run the numbers that far back.

    Keep in mind these are official numbers, so far from perfect. 😉

    You mean de data is based on outprice. I belive the correlation shout be rather strong do.

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