Archives for 2005

April 26th, 2005

The NEW kyero price report is updated and published every month to address questions like this one. You can download your free copy of the current report by clicking the link at the end of this article.The report is categorised by number of bedrooms and Spanish province. If ...

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April 21st, 2005

Despite a decade of strong performance and rising living standards, further economic reform is needed and a housing boom poses risks, an OECD report warned.The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development said the Spanish economy is heading for growth of 2.7 percent this year and 3.0 percent in 2006, the ...

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March 22nd, 2005

Spanish housing ministry figures show that average house prices continued to rise overt the third quarter of 2004, although at a slightly slower rate. Newly-built houses or those less that a year old have increased by 16.72 per cent. overt the year ending in September, wile houses between one ...

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February 16th, 2005

The Inland Revenue is targeting people who buy property abroad through a company. Many people who own properties overseas could be hit by unexpected tax bills running into thousands of pounds.The Inland Revenue is threatening to crack down on Britons who set up companies to buy homes in countries such ...

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February 14th, 2005

Second home buyers seeking a place in the sun have helped to send prices in Spanish hot spots soaring over the past five years. There may be more pain than gain in Spanish property. Many have made a packet from newly-built flats in popular coastal areas where prices have ...

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February 11th, 2005

Statistics published by the Spanish Housing Ministry have shown that average house prices have continued to rise over the third quarter of 2004, although at a slightly slower rate than during the previous quarter. Research has shown that prices of newer residences have increased at a slower rate than those ...

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February 7th, 2005

Many of the illegal or unlicenced residential properties in Cartama may soon be legalised, according to a spokesman for the municipal authorities of the town, which is situated in the interior of Malaga province. Over the last 20 years thousands of properties that do not conform strictly to the existing ...

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January 17th, 2005

From the Telegraph property clinic .. My wife and I are thinking of purchasing a property in Andalusia for part-time retirement. We have heard about a “land grab” law in Valencia and believe that there is a similar one in Andalusia. We have asked three different lawyers and have had three ...

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