Re: Re: Tracking Property Prices in Spain during 2013


If I was thinking of buying Spanish property during the crisis and now I would buy in the Balearics being a smaller and safer market, I’ve always thought prices hold up better in Majorca for example, the Tinsa index shows large differences between the islands and mainland. Smaller markets are niche, as are smaller quality developments even on the mainland, rather than these large overbuilt developments, and whilst they cost more initially, prices tend to be more stable 😉