A PROPERTY resurgence is under way in Andalucia, after new figures revealed a 32% increase in sales to foreign buyers.
Property figures for this year’s second quarter revealed 2,985 properties were purchased in Andalucia, with a staggering 2,222 of those being bought in the province of Malaga (a 33% year-on-year increase).
Jaen saw the biggest percentage increase, with sales up 63.1% following 31 sales.
Huelva was close behind, with sales up 57.6% after 41 properties were snapped up.
And Cadiz also saw a whopping 55% increase thanks to 155 property sales.
Sevilla saw a 30.3% increase after 86 sales, whilst 278 properties were sold in Almería, up 20.3%.
Cordoba saw the lowest increase at 18.18% after 13 sales.
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