Málaga has Spain’s most active property market

Demand increased 14% annually from 2014 to 2016, says BBVA study

The report shows a higher percentage of homes being sold in Málaga than anywhere else in Spain. Photo EFE

Málaga’s real estate sector has been highlighted as the most ‘dynamic’ in the whole of Spain, in a new report by the BBVA bank.

The findings of BBVA’s latest study into the Spanish real estate market were presented in Málaga last week, by analysts Félix Lores and David Cortés. They show that a higher percentage of homes are being sold in Málaga province than in any other part of the country – with 28.4 sales per 1,000 properties. And the number is on the rise, with demand increasing at an annual rate of 14.46% between 2014 and 2016.

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  1. It’s true. Things have definitely changed over the last couple of years and this year in particular looks like it is going to be strong. There seems to be a surge in foreign interest once again with a fresh influx of Europeans looking for holiday homes and an appreciable amount looking to resettle here.


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