3 March 2019 – ABC Sevilla
According to INE, more than 100,000 homes were sold in Andalucía in 2018, a figure not seen since 2008. That figure represented an increase of 13.1% YoY, but growth was far from uniform across the region.
The main driver was the province of Málaga, where almost 32,500 homes were sold last year, up by 5% YoY. In fact, Málaga, along with Barcelona, Madrid, Alicante and Valencia accounted for almost 40% of all house sales in Spain as a whole in 2018 (with 235,000 sales between the five provinces).
Elsewhere in Andalucía, 17,626 homes were sold in the province of Sevilla, up by 19% YoY. Its rate of growth was higher than in Málaga since the recovery started there two years later.
In this sense, Francisco Martínez-Cañavate, President of Fadeco Promotores (pictured above), points out that “there is a lot of demand in the province of Málaga; then there is a second speed in Sevilla; a third in Cádiz, Granada and Almería; and finally a fourth in Córdoba, Huelva and Jaén”.
Original story: ABC Sevilla (by E. Freire)
Summary/Translation: Carmel Drake