Real estate investment drops by €4 billion in Spain

Last year’s high of €13 billion is expected to calm down to €9 billion in 2016, but despite the drop, experts say the country’s property and construction scenes are both in good health and that the market is levelling out

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REAL estate investment in Spain has dropped by €4 billion year-on-year, signalling a stabilising market.

Last year’s high of €13 billion is expected to calm down to €9 billion in 2016, but despite the drop, experts say the country’s property and construction scenes are both in good health and that the market is levelling out.

Foreign money has continued to contribute to Spain’s successes, with the country having one of the world’s largest proportions of foreign investment into its real estate.

Madrid has pulled in the largest investment, receiving more than €5 billion.



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