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Post UK election: What does a hung parliament mean for British demand in Spain?

On an flight to London I’ve had time to ponder last night’s UK election results, and wonder what it might mean for British demand for…

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Pre-UK election: What might the results mean for British demand?

With the UK going to the polls tomorrow to choose between Corbyn and May, I take a stab at what the different outcomes might mean…

SIMA Pro 2017. Panel discussion Spanish second-home market & Brexit. Left to right Consuelo Villanueva, Mark Stücklin, Ángeles Serna, Marc Pritchard
Leading developers shrug off Brexit

Yesterday I moderated a professional panel discussion at the SIMA real estate fair in Madrid analysing the foreign market for second-homes in Spain, and the…

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NOTARIES: Foreign demand up 6% in second half of 2016, British demand down 24%

The number of homes bought by foreigners rose an annualised 6.4% to 43,380 purchases in the second half of last year, reveal the latest figures…

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Foreign demand strong in Q1, British demand down but surprisingly resilient

Foreign demand for property in Spain rose by 15.6% in the first quarter of the year, whilst British, though falling 23.6%, but has not collapsed,…

Foreign demand as a percentage of the Spanish housing market 2016
Foreign demand hits record 13.25% of housing market, but decline in British demand old news

The Spanish press was full of news yesterday about the slump in British demand post-Brexit, but regular readers of SPI will have know about this…

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