Where is the Spanish Property Market heading in 2008?

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  • #53853
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    Are consumers so disillusioined with the Spanish property market that it will adversely affect it over the next year?

    Has the recent scandals throughout the country greatly hinder foreign investment into Spain?

  • #80906
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    i think you’ll find the boom actually ended some time ago just nobody wanted to admit it.

  • #80706
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    i think you’ll find the boom actually ended some time ago just nobody wanted to admit it.

  • #81004
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    a mixture of several issues i think. Those with less corruption issues will fair better though post recession. People will be more nervous than ever, and will want strict regulation on how ‘safe’ their money will be.

    If Spain isn’t seen to be getting its house in order with regards to justice/corruption/regulation, then how much ‘new money’ will risk it?

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    a mixture of several issues i think. Those with less corruption issues will fair better though post recession. People will be more nervous than ever, and will want strict regulation on how ‘safe’ their money will be.

    If Spain isn’t seen to be getting its house in order with regards to justice/corruption/regulation, then how much ‘new money’ will risk it?

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    @The-Frank-Tavern wrote:

    i think you’ll find the boom actually ended some time ago just nobody wanted to admit it.

    Spot on, agents have been hiding it for years, even VIVA boss wrote about the blip in 2004! Also developers still have unsold properties from at least that date.

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    @The-Frank-Tavern wrote:

    i think you’ll find the boom actually ended some time ago just nobody wanted to admit it.

    Spot on, agents have been hiding it for years, even VIVA boss wrote about the blip in 2004! Also developers still have unsold properties from at least that date.

  • #81657
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    I have been popping in and out of this forum for years.

    I am going to comment on the issue of “things looking up” on another thread, but I noticed this poll in the past few days, and I wonder why are there only 16 votes cast here on the poll?

    Has this whole site and forum become so tired, so argumentative, so way off beam that no one really gives the forum the time of day any more?

    Are there only 16 people that bother to vote on this important topic?

    I pop in and out of the threads because I live in Spain, on the Costa del Sol, I have done so for more than 20 years, and I simply don’t recognise the place that is referred to by so many people here.

    Or is it so many people? Or is it just the same dozen or so people, that visit and post day and day out? Is that why there are just 16 votes in this poll?

  • #81662
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    @Hearsay Harry wrote:

    Has this whole site and forum become so tired, so argumentative, so way off beam that no one really gives the forum the time of day any more? …….

    Oh come on ‘arry, I don’t think 38 threads all with multiple postings during the last seven days alone is too bad. But as you’re obviously disappointed, we’ll try harder next week. 8)

    Maybe if you stopped “popping in and out” and actually contributed something constructive (as against just coming here to criticise) we could have had even more. 😀

    On second thoughts, having just read your post on the other thread, maybe I prefer you just popping in and out. 🙁

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