Re: Re: Tracking Property Prices in Spain during 2013



I don’t know the Balearic market very well so you could be right there Mark, I assumed being smaller that property prices held up better than on the mainland. I do agree that mainland cities could be in more demand as most cities worldwide seem to be. I still think if Spain could reduce the empty unfinished and empty illegal stock maybe seriously bulldozing them, and then concentrate on small but good and pretty development, there could be a demand for these. I think it’s all the bad stuff that devalues and affects the overall prices.

So, back to my choices, Balearics still, good cities, and/or small niche coastal developments 😉