Monthly report of the sale prices of apartments in Barcelona - January 2021
According to the monthly report on the sale prices of flats, second-hand housing in Catalonia in January 2021 had an average price of € 2,155 / m2. This figure represented a monthly cut of -0.33%. Year-on-year, it rose by 3.55%, being the second region that rebounded the most.
Catalonia is the second region that increases the price of housing the most compared to last year: 3.55%
Housing in Catalonia in January 2021 had an average price of 2,155 euros per square meter, falling by -0.33% compared to December 2020.
From one year to another, Tarragona (3.92%) was the seventh that increased the most at the national level. In addition, Girona (-1.41%) had the thirteenth most intense adjustment in the country.
Catalonia was the fourth most expensive autonomy, behind the Balearic Islands (€ 3,104 / m²), among Others. As for second-hand housing in Spain, in January 2021 it registered an average price of 1,715 euros per square meter, showing a monthly decrease of -0.23%. From one year to another, the registered figure marked a rise of 0.60%.
The price of housing in Spain continues to fall timidly from month to month, gradually assimilating the impact of the health crisis, as we had anticipated. Throughout the year it is to be expected that the percentages Thrown to fear the comparatives will absorb the Behavior of demand towards supply. Buyers are coming back onto the pitch very little by little. In exceptional situations such as the pandemic, the fear of aspects such as lack of employment does not help the security that must be counted on to take such an important step.
Given the different territorial sensitivities towards the housing market, we will see how factors such as the expansion of telework, the New Needs of space or the increase in the available supply influence more or less in some areas than in others. We must not lose sight of another variable such as Financing, since the Entities will look closely at the Loan Applications for the purchase of a home.
Barcelona was the second most expensive capital in the country
Monthly, Tarragona (0.35%) showed the only rebound among the Catalan provinces. In addition, Barcelona (-0.51%) registered the ninth most striking decline in the country. Year-on-year, Girona (8.57%) showed the second most relevant increase on the national scene. Tarragona (-0.77%) was the fourth Spanish province that least adjusted. In terms of prices, Barcelona (€ 2,410 / m²) WAS the fifth most expensive Spanish province. The cheapest in the region was Lleida (€ 1,076 / m²).
As for the Catalan capitals, Lleida (0.42%) recorded the most intense monthly increase in autonomy. Barcelona (-1.85%) was the second Spanish capital that fell the most in this period. From one year to another, Tarragona (3.92%) was the seventh that increased the most at the national level. In addition, Girona (-1.41%) had the thirteenth most intense adjustment in the country. With 4,438 euros per square meter in January 2021, Barcelona was the second most expensive provincial capital in Spain. On the opposite side was Lleida (€ 1,148 / m²), which was the fourth most affordable in the country.