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    Debate about Spanish property market

    There still remains some confusion about the situation of the Spanish property market. Last Wednesday Nubricks, an overseas property blog, arranged a debate with three top Spanish property experts. These have discussed whether the Spanish property market will boom or bust in 2007.
    The debate mentions the possibility that the oversupply of properties will have its effect on the Spanish property market. These effects will only be restricted to the regions where this oversupply occurred. Malaga is a region which loses popularity because of their oversupply.

    According to the experts, the boom of the recent years is over and the Spanish property market is preparing itself for a soft landing. The rapid growth of recent years is slowing down which, eventually, results in more realistic prices.

    The Spanish market at the moment is a buyers’ market and not a melting market where properties will be given away under value. The properties in Spain include a much greater overall package and value than what is offered in the emerging markets. If looking for a holiday house or a permanent residence in Spain, now is a good time to look around.

    From realestate-dreams.com

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    costa brava property

    #2
    Sorry: what was your question, exactly?
    JEFFREY SHAW, solicitor [and Topic Expert], Nether Edge Law*
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      #3
      Real estate development in Spain

      Good job, keep on posting. I've travelled to Spain before, I was surprised not only by its beautiful scenery but also by its booming real estate. So from then on, I've made up my mind to buy a property in Spain. It is said that Spain's property is very flourishing, nowadays, more and more foreigners have come to Spain for investing in real estate, such as buy property in spain and spanish property

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        #4
        Multi-identity spammer methinks
        Now signature free.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Xinnaraodra View Post
          Good job, keep on posting. I've travelled to Spain before, I was surprised not only by its beautiful scenery but also by its booming real estate. So from then on, I've made up my mind to buy a property in Spain. It is said that Spain's property is very flourishing, nowadays, more and more foreigners have come to Spain for investing in real estate, such as buy property in spain and spanish property
          "...convenient in transportation..."?
          Bicycles!
          JEFFREY SHAW, solicitor [and Topic Expert], Nether Edge Law*
          1. Public advice is believed accurate, but I accept no legal responsibility except to direct-paying private clients.
          2. Telephone advice: see http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=34638.
          3. For paid advice about conveyancing/leaseholds/L&T, contact me* and become a private client.
          4. *- Contact info: click on my name (blue-highlight link).

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            #6
            Of course, why didn't I think of that! I've been worrying about money; I didn't realise I could easily get loans from banks!

            Whether we buy or invest in property or not, we can earn much more money the next year.
            In that case, why bother buying? Seeing as whether you buy or not, you can earn much more money the next year...

            I will purchase a house which is near beaches and convenient in transportation. Does anyone have some information about that?
            Yes, here is some information about the house you will buy. It is near beaches and is convenient in transportation.

            No problem.

            Peter

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              #7
              Here's a suggestion, have you thought about posting your Cr*p on a Bulgarian forum.

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                #8
                The Spanish market is recognised as being in a bad way. The sellers are now spamming cable channels with adverts aimed at British landlords to bail them out. However its already sunk, negative equity anyone.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Brit1234 View Post
                  The Spanish market is recognised as being in a bad way. The sellers are now spamming cable channels with adverts aimed at British landlords to bail them out. However its already sunk, negative equity anyone.
                  ...coming to a town near you.
                  Now signature free.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Brit1234 View Post
                    The Spanish market is recognised as being in a bad way. The sellers are now spamming cable channels with adverts aimed at British landlords to bail them out. However its already sunk, negative equity anyone.
                    Not completly correct.

                    There are indeed still parts of Spain that are showing a good increase of 15% per year.
                    Although most of the areas ( not all ) that the UK buyer may be interested in have already hit there peak.

                    As with any property, in any region, in any country there will always be good and bad investment regions.

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