Archives for July 2005

July 27th, 2005

Estimates from the Bank of Spain state that house prices in Spain were overvalued by as much as 35 per cent last year, issuing warnings that the property market could fall victim to rising levels of household debt, and stressing that Spanish households are vulnerable to ‘certain macroeconomic or idiosyncratic ...

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July 14th, 2005

In the UK, different marketing groups often come to different conclusions about housing market trends there. The basic problems are those of monitoring advertised prices versus agreed prices and the time lag between agreeing a sale and closing the deal. The situation in Spain is very similar except that almost no ...

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