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Spanish mortgage victory leaves British couple with €15,000 in their pockets thanks to bank compensation payout

ONCE upon a time a happy English couple (let’s call them the Smiths) who worked very hard in Birmingham all their lives...

Malaga courts struggling to cope with number of floor clause cases

MALAGA is struggling to cope with the thousands of floor clause cases being brought to its courts. The province has the fourth highest number...

Spain’s mortgage registers are on a roll with 16% more this February than the year before

The number of new mortgages has reached a total of 24,887

EC says Spain’s banking sector remains at risk of future bailouts

European Commision has hit out at Spain’s banking sector

Getting the clause out!

The end of hidden minimum interest fees gives thousands of Spanish mortgage holders cause to applause

Word of warning for borrowers in Spain

Buyers are flocking to our shores as the property market is in full swing, Mortgage expert Tancrede de Pola offers a word of warning for prospective borrowers

Spain’s mortgage approval rates at eight year high

June saw more than 17,000 mortgages approved, making it the highest year-on-year increase since 2006

Over half million Spanish homeowners owe more than their property is worth

Mortgages are worth more than many of the properties the loans were intended to pay for

Mortgage refinancing on borrowed time

The Bank of Spain said that around one in 12 mortgages had been refinanced over the past few years


Spain’s Emeritus King Juan Carlos coughs up another massive chunk of his tax bill

Spain’s former King Juan Carlos, who quit the country last August with financial scandals hanging over him, has paid a €4.4 million...