Property market data for Barcelona including home sales, house prices, and buyer origins, from a variety of sources.
This section of the Data Hub explores the property market in the Catalan capital with a view to increasing market transparency so that buyers and vendors make better informed decisions, and property professionals can advise their clients with the most comprehensive source of data on the housing market in Barcelona.
Below you will find links to data pages with the latest figures on key topics such as house prices, property sales, sources of demand, the rental market, and the supply of new homes in the city.
In common with the rest of Spain, foreign investors are frustrated by the lack of market transparency in Barcelona, and struggle to find data to help them inform their decisions to buy or sell property in the city. This section brings together all the public data to make it easier for investors, property-professionals and journalists to understand the housing market.
The data is gathered from a variety of public sources like Barcelona City Hall, the Housing Office of Catalonia’s regional government, the Spanish notaries’ association, the Spanish government, and trade bodies like builders’ and architects’ colleges, amongst others. SPI adds value by gathering the data from all these sources, bringing it together in standardised tables and interactive charts, and keeping it updated with the latest figures.
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