Spanish house price data published in August 2017

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The SPI House Price Index Tracker plots the progress of the six most-watched house price indices in Spain, and brings them together in one chart. All the latest results showing data published last month are highlighted in yellow in the chart above.

The following residential property price indices were released in August (all figures show year-on-year percentage change):

  • The Land Registrars’ Association index +4.4% in June
  • The Notaries’ Association index +1.4% in June
  • The Tinsa index based on valuations by the company +3.7% in July
  • The Idealista asking price index +1.7% in August

All the data published in August shows house prices in positive territory, and converging on modest house price increases to a greater degree than ever before.

The Tinsa index also shows house price changes broken down by type of area. Whilst house prices around Spain rose 3.7% on average, they were up 6.4% in big cities and provincial capitals, by 3.3% on the Mediterranean coast, and by 2.6% in the Balearic and Canary islands.

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