Nervous Brits put Spanish property purchases on hold while Brexit unfolds

Property firm Kyero reported a decline in growth in enquiries for Spanish properties for the first time in February

LAST UPDATED: 10 Mar, 2017 @ 17:17

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  1. With the greatest respect to Kyero are they really a reliable source to quote given that a very high proportion of the properties that they market are not even for sale or sold over a year ago. They seem to be so far removed from reality that their opinion does seem to be a bit “so what” to be honest. Perhaps they should spend more time keeping their own house in order with relevant information on their website and in their newsletters instead of the woefully out of date stuff that they push out on a weekly basis. #justsaying

  2. Couldn’t agree more. Last weekend’s newsletter entitled Top Properties featured in the number 1 position a two bed ruin in Sorbas described as a 20k project.