Built in the boom but never sold homes on the Spanish coast Home sales, mortgage approvals, and consumer confidence are all recovering, but there’s still._.
The glut of new homes on the market that were built in the boom years but never found a buyer is slowly declining, though how._.
The new home glut ratio fell by around 15% in 2016, according to research by the appraisal company Tinsa.
There have been a number of forecasts reported in the Spanish press regards the housing market in 2017. Here is a summary of some of._.
The glut of never-sold-homes has been steadily declining in recent years, but some of them will never find a buyer and will have to be._.
Despite enjoying more foreign demand than any other Spanish province, Alicante has the “dubious honour” of having the biggest provincial glut of never-sold homes on._.