Quarterly report of sale prices in Barcelona - March 2022
According to the quarterly report on sales prices, second-hand housing in Catalonia in March 2022 had an average price of €2,527/m2. This figure represented a rise of 0.12% compared to the month of December 2021. Year-on-year, there was a 2.38% rebound. Monthly, it was revalued by 0.22%, the second least pronounced increase at the national level.
Catalonia was the fourth most expensive region, behind the Balearic Islands (€3,343/m²), among others. As for second-hand housing in Spain, in March 2022 it registered an average price of €1,892/m2, posting a quarterly increase of 0.75%. From one year to another, the increase was 4.77%, while the monthly increase was 0.30%.
The price of second-hand housing continues to intensify its upward trend.
With regard to the districts of Barcelona capital, the most marked quarterly increases came from Sant Martí (4.82%), Sarrià-Sant Gervasi (4.07%) and Nou Barris (1.86%). In this same period, the only falls were those of Les Corts (-4.28%) and Sants-Montjuïc (-3.95%). From one year to the next, those that grew the most were Sarrià-Sant Gervasi (9.34%), Sant Martí (7.55%) and Horta-Guinardó (7.34%). The most intense decreases were located in Sants-Montjuïc (-3.62%), Les Corts (-3.10%) and Sant Andreu (-1.80%). Sarrià-Sant Gervasi (€5,879/m²), L´Eixample (€5,345/m²) and Les Corts (€5,110/m²) were the most expensive districts, while the cheapest were Nou Barris (€2,493/m²), Sant Andreu (€3,093/m²) and Horta-Guinardó (€3,242/m²).