The pounds has been hammered by yesterday’s UK vote to leave the EU. A currency exchange specialist from TorFX explains.
The British have voted to leave the European Union. How does this affect the Spanish property market and British owners of property in Spain?
A sizeable majority of Spaniards now believe that house prices have finally bottomed out, reveals a new survey of consumer opinions by the property portal Fotocasa.es.
Voting has started in the UK referendum on EU membership. Here are the final indicators and two videos making the case for in and out, which you might find useful if you are British and can vote but still haven’t made up you mind (undecideds have been running at around 10% in the polls).
The Spanish press reports that 50% of homes sold on the coast go to Spanish investors, based on data from a franchise chain of estate agents called Alfa Inmobiliaria.
A scarcity of building land scarcity driving up prices in Barcelona and Madrid, say international real estate consultants CBRE, as the building industry gears up for increased demand in the years to come.
A leading expert on the Spanish property market argues that Spain has nothing to fear from a Brexit, at the end of a week in which he leave camp has been gaining ground.
The British pound’s direction of travel at the moment is entirely driven by expectations of the result in the forthcoming UK referendum on EU membership. A currency exchange specialist from TorFX explains.
The monthly housing market numbers from the General Council of Notaries for April show a big jump in sales combined with a lurch down in prices. Clear as mud.
The ‘Coastal Housing Market 2016’ report just released by Tinsa paints the happiest picture for years of the market situation on the Spanish coast.
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