11 December 2019 – Rental prices in Spain’s less well-known provinces, such as Huesca, Ávila, Jaén and Burgos, are now rising at an above-average pace, compared to the rest of the country. Some of the greatest increases are coming in areas that have been known as the ’empty Spain’ and market watchers believe that the increases will continue during 2020.
According to Fotocasa, rents rose in 38 of Spain’s 47 provinces. The most pronounced year-on-year rises were in Santa Cruz de Tenerife (13%), Alicante (11.5%), Seville (11.3%) and Ávila (8.6%).
Original Story: El Boletin – Luis Suárez
Adaptation/Translation: Richard D. K. Turner