A MAJOR British developer in Spain has revealed it saw an increase in sales of 50 per cent in 2010 despite the ongoing recession.
In particular, Taylor Wimpey de Espana announced the official end-of-year figures were boosted by sales in Mallorca.
“Mallorca has seen particularly positive figures due to two important factors,” said Javier Ballester, managing director of the firm.
“Firstly, we were not hugely overstocked as the recession hit so the supply and demand was always in our favour.
“Secondly, Mallorca is still considered a unique place and in many ways superior to some of the mainland destinations.”
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