Villas for Sale in Costa Blanca South
- Ref: VRE 4878
- 156 m²
- 460 m²
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1
This South Facing, Three Bedroom Detached Villa in Villamartin is located on the Orihuela Costa, close to San Miguel de Salinas, La Zenia, Los Dolses and more... Just a short drive itself from the Villamartin golf course and highly popular Villamartin plaza. Plus a further choice of golf courses and beaches within a short drive! This property comprises of an open plan fully fitted...€ 219.500 More Info
- Ref: VRE OC1560
- 127 m²
- 210 m²
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 4
This Stunning, Modern, South Facing, Five Bedroom Detached Villa in Villamartin is located within a golfers area on the Orihuela Costa, just a short drive away from the golf course, all its amenities and facilities from the famous Villamartin Plaza also! The beaches are a short drive away also... This modern, stylish and beautiful property comprises of a separate fully fitted kitchen;...
- Ref: VRE OC1362
- 230 m²
- 1.800 m²
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 3
This Outstanding, South Facing, Four Bedroom Detached Villa in Villamartin is located in in a highly popular area on the Orihuela Costa. Near to the golf course and famous Villamartin Plaza within 1km, with many amenities and facilities basically on your door step! A further 4 golf courses can be reached within a very short drive, whilst the beaches are just a 10 minute car journey too!...
The price of second-hand housing in Spain recorded its highest year-on-year increase in the last 10 years
The resale houses revalued by 4.9% in the eighth month of 2017 (up to 1,708 € / m2).
The average price of second-hand housing in Spain was in August 2017 at 1,708 euros per square meter after a year-on-year increase of 4.9%, the highest year-on-year increase recorded in the last 10 years.
We have to go back to May 2007 to find an increase similar to that of August. Specifically, the price then rose by 5.4% year-on-year.
The economic improvement, key to explain the rebound of prices.
The housing market is registering levels of activity that we did not see for 10 years as a result of the improvement of the economy and employment, as well as a return of confidence in the sector. As a result of all this, prices are rising, although they do so at a very different rate depending on the area of the country.
Prices still much lower than the real estate bubble times.
From the highs, the average price of second-hand housing in Spain has accumulated a fall of -42.2% since it registered its historical peak in April 2007 with 2.952 € / m2. In this sense, 11 autonomous communities have fallen more than -40% since reaching the maximum price nine years ago.
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