I mentioned back in May that the Spanish property market was showing signs of recovery and I have to say that I still support this theory. Yes, there are still negative reports in the media about the state of the market but the facts are undeniable. The market has stabilised and is regaining strength quickly. Read the rest of this entry »
Posts Tagged ‘Property market’
Posted by jamesdearsley on June 24, 2010
Posted by jamesdearsley on June 12, 2009
There has been a lot of talk lately about a recovery in the domestic housing market due to recently published figures; these were included in my post last week concerning the Weekly Paper Review – I was discussing something called a “W” Shaped Recovery. It got a huge response on both Twitter and LinkedIn with people agreeing. I thought I would expand on my thoughts and see if this really was the case if I looked into it with a little bit more detail.
When I first heard of the term I was asking “what actually is a “W” shaped recovery” and so this is where I will start my blog post. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by jamesdearsley on May 27, 2009
The Spanish property market has been and always will be the major market for the British and European second home buyers. However, it has had a troubled time over the last couple of years and has been lambasted in the media, as so often is the case with a market leader.
In this article I am going to give a balanced view of what I feel has happened in the past and where this market is set to go now, given all the media exposure it has had, both positive and negative. Given my position in the industry it could be argued that I would want to talk up the market but that is not my aim here. Read the rest of this entry »