PROPERTY sales in the hills of Andalucia are up by 20% on last year.
Inland Andalucia, which sells homes away from the coast from Sevilla to Granada, even saw a 15% increase in October year-on-year.
Unaffected by Brexit, the estate agents insists that house sales in rural Spain are continuing to grow unabated.
Owner Graham Govier said: “Already this year we have sold 100 properties with an average value of €70,000 – that’s a €7.3 million turnover and a 20% increase on last year.
“There seems to be no slowing down, regardless of Brexit fears and the weak sterling.”
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