Tinsa Index – September

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  • #56839
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    Published today:

    http://www.tinsa.es/n-pages/np-files/1/down/IMIE/2012/09_Ficha_IMIE_Septiemre_2012.pdf

    General -11.6% (Aug -11.6%)
    Costas -10.8% (Aug -14.7%)

    Peak (Dec 2007) to present

    General -32.9%
    Costas -39.2%

  • #112655
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    angie
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    Thanks for that Brianc_li downward trend still if I’m reading the graphs correctly ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • #112667
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    ‘Nessy’ as one of the ‘haters’ of bad news, did you perchance study the latest IMIE Tinsa Indice that Brianc_li kindly posted for all to see? ๐Ÿ˜› Apparently this is the most accurate statistical charting of Spanish housing values applying the highest possible standards, not from some Ministerial twat or coming from an Agent’s pen ๐Ÿ˜›

    Now, if I’m not mistaken, all the charts supplied of all the areas in Spain still show a downward pattern, and minus figures on property values, one or two have a slight blip upwards but then downnnnnnnnnnn again. I can’t see the 3% increase mentioned on the other post. I’ve tried to extrapolate the positive that you and a few ‘lovers’ see, but just can’t find it ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • #112670
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    @angie wrote:

    ‘Nessy’ as one of the ‘haters’ of bad news, did you perchance study the latest IMIE Tinsa Indice that Brianc_li kindly posted for all to see? ๐Ÿ˜› Apparently this is the most accurate statistical charting of Spanish housing values applying the highest possible standards, not from some Ministerial twat or coming from an Agent’s pen ๐Ÿ˜›

    Now, if I’m not mistaken, all the charts supplied of all the areas in Spain still show a downward pattern, and minus figures on property values, one or two have a slight blip upwards but then downnnnnnnnnnn again. I can’t see the 3% increase mentioned on the other post. I’ve tried to extrapolate the positive that you and a few ‘lovers’ see, but just can’t find it ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I think you’re confused again. A drop in prices is consistent with an eventual rise in property sales – don’t you get it yet? Recovery can only come when prices are low enough to entice greater numbers to invest again.
    So yes I am quite happy to believe the Tinsa figures – in fact I believe it will be at least two years before prices overall rise, and I’m banking on that fact personally. But you and your twin Katy, try your hardest to deny any good news. Did you see Katy linking to a site that she thought proved tourist figures were bad in the Canaries? Hilarious! Talk about shooting yourself in the foot!

  • #112672
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    How many threads are you going to mention my link. The figures are JULY ie. up to date and they are Government figures. Even if you take the total year on toruism rose 0.1%…big deal.
    The Canary Islands received 821,969 foreign tourists in July (2012) which is 11,000 less than the same month last year (2011), representing a decrease of 1.4%, according to a survey recently released by the Ministry of Industry. This drop in foreign tourist arrivals in the Canaries contrasts with an increase of 4.4% last month of foreign tourist arrivals to Spain (Nationally), which saw a record high of 7,700,000 tourists. The UK market experienced the biggest drop during the period and Germany also saw negative figures. Since January (2012), the Canary Islands have been visited by 5,805,175 foreign tourists, up 0.1% compared to the same period in 2011, a year that ended beating the record of foreign tourist arrivals to the Canary Islands, with more than 12 million people visiting the islands.

    Your a running around the web like a headless chicken trying to find something positive about Spain. Why aren’t you there taking advantage of those “opportunities”. Shouldn’t really ask should I…if you can’t crack it in the UK then not much chance in a foreign country on it’s knees is there. You could always be an estate agent though, better than living in Tower Hamlets ๐Ÿ’ก

  • #112675
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    @katy wrote:

    How many threads are you going to mention my link. The figures are JULY ie. up to date and they are Government figures. Even if you take the total year on toruism rose 0.1%…big deal.
    The Canary Islands received 821,969 foreign tourists in July (2012) which is 11,000 less than the same month last year (2011), representing a decrease of 1.4%, according to a survey recently released by the Ministry of Industry. This drop in foreign tourist arrivals in the Canaries contrasts with an increase of 4.4% last month of foreign tourist arrivals to Spain (Nationally), which saw a record high of 7,700,000 tourists. The UK market experienced the biggest drop during the period and Germany also saw negative figures. Since January (2012), the Canary Islands have been visited by 5,805,175 foreign tourists, up 0.1% compared to the same period in 2011, a year that ended beating the record of foreign tourist arrivals to the Canary Islands, with more than 12 million people visiting the islands.

    Your a running around the web like a headless chicken trying to find something positive about Spain. Why aren’t you there taking advantage of those “opportunities”. Shouldn’t really ask should I…if you can’t crack it in the UK then not much chance in a foreign country on it’s knees is there. You could always be an estate agent though, better than living in Tower Hamlets ๐Ÿ’ก

    I live in Marylebone, but fail to see how living in Tower Hamlets is such a bad thing – since the Docklands redvelopment there are some seriously pricey apartments in the Canary Wharf area. But aren’t we supposed to be talking about Spain, not London boroughs?

  • #112680
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    Getting back to tourism in the canaries…there were 11,000 less tourists in July

  • #112681
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    @katy wrote:

    Getting back to tourism in the canaries…there were 11,000 less tourists in July

    As anyone knows, the Canary Islands peak season is in winter. And the figures, from your own link show an annual rise. Give it up Katy, you’re losing the plot. Come back another day when you’re back on form…

    Since January (2012), the Canary Islands have been visited by 5,805,175 foreign tourists, up 0.1% compared to the same period in 2011, a year that ended beating the record of foreign tourist arrivals to the Canary Islands, with more than 12 million people visiting the islands.

  • #112682
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    Nessy, if my twin is katy then your’s is Ubeda ๐Ÿ˜†

    Read the comments by real Spaniards on that spurious link you posted, why they must ALL be ‘haters’ of good news don’t you know, the market is still falling in Spain BTW one day your day will/might come ๐Ÿ™„

    There you go Nessy, katy has come up with some figures for you, I’ve only touched down briefly in the Canaries and know precious little about them except one day one of the islands is predicted to collapse into the sea so sending a massive tidal wave rushing towards the Caribbean and the Eastern Seaboard of the US hence the reason I’ve not bought property in the Canaries etc ๐Ÿ˜†

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