Property for Sale Playa de Los Locos Coloso
- Ref: VRE 4248
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
This South Facing, Two Bedroom, Top Floor Apartment in Torrevieja is located in a popular and very central area. Situated within walking distance to many amenities including bars and restaurants, dentist, shops, main brand supermarkets, etc, with a short 10 minute walk to Habaneras commercial centre, water park, bowling and cinema, plus just a 5 minute drive to the nearest beaches...
- Ref: VRE 4772
- 144 m²
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
This Tastefully Modernized, West Facing, 2nd Floor Duplex Apartment in Torrevieja is located within the centre of this bustling area, just five minutes from everything, including many amenities, facilities, shopping centres, bus station, parks, local town squares and of course the sea front & beaches! This 144m2 property comprises of an open plan fully fitted kitchen, stylish and...€ 164.950 More Info
- Ref: VRE 1323
- 212 m²
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 3
These 4 Bedroom Apartments in Torrevieja are situated in the centre, within easy walking distance to the many many shops, bars and restaurants within 5 minutes, supermarkets and commercial centres on your door step , the beach just 10 minutes walk and the famous traditional Spanish weekly Friday market around the corner too... These never been lived in self contained apartments...€ 250.000 More Info
The operations for buying and sale property in Spain in 2017 have its best semester since 2008
Up to half of the year, there were 235,672 operations, 13.15% more than in the first six months of 2016.
The purchase and sale of housing starts to leave behind the hardest years of the crisis and registers to June its best semester since 2008. In the first six months 235,672 operations were recorded, according to the INE.
A much higher figure than in the second half of 2013 (140,747 transactions), which represents a growth of 13.15% over the same period of 2016. Despite this, the sector is still far from the level before The crisis, when they sold more than 400,000 houses per semester.
The recovery of the real estate sector started just after 2013, when it touched down with only 312,593 operations throughout the year. Despite the growth, analysts agree that for the moment there is no trace of a new overheating in the brick. In percentage goes up a lot, but because it comes from very low levels. These figures can be assumed by the market.
The sale of resale housing, the key.
The recovery of the sector is mainly due to three reasons: there is accumulated demand accumulated during the crisis years; It comes from very low sales figures; And there is an economic improvement that can be seen at street level.
During the crisis years, sales of new and used housing were at similar levels. In 2009, even more new houses (109,706) were sold than used (94,605). However, this trend has changed in the past. Now, second-hand operations are what drive the sector. These transactions quadrupled in the first half of the year new home sales.
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