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Spanish Property Market Update

There seems to be a lot going on in the Spanish property market at the moment. The third quarter of 2012 is over and the numbers are coming in, new reports are being published, some long standing trends are changing, the ”Bad Bank” is getting closer to being a reality, and so it goes on. We […]

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Spain’s Bad Bank – the speculation continues

As more details become available about Spain’s new “Bad Bank” the speculation about how it will work, and the effect that it will have on the country’s property market, continues. At Barcelona Prime we are working hard to stay abreast of the developments. Here’s an update on some of the factors that are most likely […]

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Increased foreign investment in Spanish property

The first quarter of 2012 saw increased foreign investment in Spanish property, according to Bank of Spain figures, collected by the news agency EFE. Foreign investors spent a total of €1.2 billion EUR during the period, an increase of 2.5% compared to the same period during the previous year. Whilst still a long way from […]

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The Spanish “Bad Bank”

The creation the Spanish “banco malo” or “Bad Bank” is imminent. The Spanish government sees it as the solution to the problem of stabilising its banking system. But what is the Bad Bank and how will it effect the Spanish property market? Spain has been desperately trying to avoid following Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Cyprus […]

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