Spanish Property Prices

According to data provided by El Preciometro (price index of real estate and home portal facilisimo.com), property prices in Spain fell by 1.32% during the first quarter of 2011, reducing the average annual fall of 4.14% over the last twelve months. Comparing the first quarter of 2011 with the same period in 2010, noted the cumulative price reductions over the first three months of this year (-1.32%) – more than half a point lower than in the first quarter of last year (-1.87%), confirming the trend towards slowdown in the decline in housing prices, which we celebrate in the summer of 2010 … As for the price of living space per square meter reached 2,014 in the first quarter of 2011, so an average of 70 m2 of housing the current market Price 140 980 Euros. Extremadura was, a region where it was very cheap to buy real estate in the early years with the price of 1094 / m2, in a trail behind her Castile-La Mancha ( 1268 / m2), Galicia ( 1545 / m2) Murcia ( 1 563 / m2), Castilla y Leon ( 1573 / m2), Asturias ( 1647 / m2), Valencia ( 1650 / m2), Canary Islands ( 1680 / m2), Andalucia ( 1789 / m2), La Rioja ( 1892 / m2) and Aragon ( 1965 / m2). Above the national average of 2014 / m2: are Navarre ( 2091 / m2), Balearic Islands ( 2233 / m2), Cantabria ( 2287 / m2), Catalonia ( 2621 / m2), Madrid ( 2739 / m2) and finally, Basque Country ( 3300 / m2). .