Kyero Spanish Property Price Guide

Published on 15/11/2006 in Investing in Spanish Property

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The Spanish Property Price Guide from is essential reading for anyone buying or selling Spanish property

If you are thinking about reselling your off-plan investment, the Spanish Property Price Guide, published monthly by, is essential reading. Compiled from almost 75,000 resale properties, the Kyero team produce up-to-date statistics on average property prices nationally, regionally and for each property size, as well as providing graphical information on the trends of the property market in each province.

If you are looking to purchase off-plan in Spain, be it your first holiday home or sixth investment property, your first point of action should be to check out the Summary Price Guide and Big Picture graph which lists the average property price in each province of Spain as well as by property size (e.g. 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 bed). You can then use this figure as a guide to whether a property in your preferred development offers realistic growth potential, is under-priced or over-priced - in both instances it is important to find out why.

When deciding in which development to buy, you can use the Price Trend graphs to view the property market trend in each province compared to the national average. This is a useful tool as it will allow you to see if an area is up-and-coming, has remained stable or if prices are falling. Utilising these statistics will equip you with the necessary information to make a duly diligent property purchase.

For those looking to purchase a second property in Spain for investment purposes, both the Summary Price Guide and the Enquiry Reports produced by Kyero are invaluable.

For example, if you are looking to buy an off-plan property in Spain to gain rental income as well as capital appreciation, you can use the Kyero guide to compare the popular provinces of Malaga (Costa del Sol) and Alicante (Costa Blanca). The average property prices for these provinces are €304,000 and €217,000 respectively, illustrating that, when compared to the current national average property price of €240,000, Malaga is 26% above the national average whereas Alicante is 10% below.

Looking further at the trends in each province reveals that prices in Malaga have remained relatively consistent around the €300,000 mark in comparison to Alicante where prices have fallen steadily from €250,000 in December 2005 to €217,000 today. Of course, as with all data, figures are open to interpretation but this might suggest that the Malaga market will remain stable but highly priced whereas the Alicante market will either continue to fall or indeed experience an upturn.

If you have an off-plan property to sell, the Spanish Property Price Guide is also a great reference tool, as it will tell you the current average property price in each province so that you can put your property on the local market at a competitive price and increase the chances of a quick sale. These figures are also useful for you to quote to an appointed agent if you feel that they have under or over-valued your property.

To download your free Spanish Property Price Guide, Enquiry report and Big Picture graph please visit

Written by: Martin Dell

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