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165.000 €
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    GVSA64
  • Bedrooms
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    112 mts

Business Premise - Barcelona (El Guinardo)

230.000 €
  • Reference
    GVSA60
  • Bedrooms
    1
  • Bathrooms
    1
  • Surface
    39 mts

Flat - Barcelona (Sarrià)

290.000 €
  • Reference
    GVSA57
  • Bedrooms
    3
  • Bathrooms
    2
  • Surface
    69 mts

Flat - Barcelona (Sants - Badal)

299.900 €
  • Reference
    GVVR08
  • Bedrooms
    1
  • Bathrooms
    1
  • Surface
    80 mts

Flat - Barcelona (Dreta de l´Eixample)

305.000 €
  • Reference
    GVSA18
  • Bedrooms
    3
  • Bathrooms
    2
  • Surface
    85 mts

Flat - Badalona (Montigala)

359.000 €
  • Reference
    GVVR22
  • Bedrooms
    2
  • Bathrooms
    2
  • Surface
    57 mts

Flat - Barcelona (Sants)

480.000 €
  • Reference
    GVMS21
  • Bedrooms
    3
  • Bathrooms
    2
  • Surface
    157 mts

Business - Barcelona (Vallvidrera - el Tibidabo i les Planes)

495.000 €
  • Reference
    GVSA38
  • Bedrooms
    2
  • Bathrooms
    1
  • Surface
    65 mts

Flat - Barcelona (El Gòtic)

550.000 €
  • Reference
    GVSA58
  • Bedrooms
    5
  • Bathrooms
    3
  • Surface
    228 mts

Single family house - Es Mercadal (Na macaret)

560.000 €
  • Reference
    GV555
  • Bedrooms
    2
  • Bathrooms
    2
  • Surface
    74 mts

Duplex Penthouse - Barcelona (Sarrià)

760.000 €
  • Reference
    GVSA56
  • Bedrooms
    5
  • Bathrooms
    3
  • Surface
    172 mts

Flat - Barcelona (El Putxet i Farró)

1.065.000 €
  • Reference
    GVSA37
  • Bedrooms
    3
  • Bathrooms
    2
  • Surface
    152 mts

Flat - Barcelona (Sant pere - Santa Caterina i la Ribera)

1.230.000 €
  • Reference
    GV760
  • Bedrooms
    4
  • Bathrooms
    3
  • Surface
    215 mts

Flat - Barcelona (Sant Gervasi - Galvany)

1.490.000 €
  • Reference
    GVSA52
  • Bedrooms
    5
  • Bathrooms
    5
  • Surface
    321 mts

Flat - Barcelona (Les Tres Torres)

150 €/month
  • Reference
    GVCW
  • Bathrooms
    2
  • Surface
    215 mts

Office - Barcelona (Les Tres Torres)

4000 €/month
  • Reference
    GAME034
  • Bedrooms
    3
  • Bathrooms
    2
  • Surface
    210 mts

Loft - Barcelona (El Parc i la Llacuna del Poblenou)

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2024-03-15
Although some say young people should rent instead of buy, surveys say otherwise. The idea that renting saves money makes no sense and only seems to want to control young people by making them more dependent. Let's take a look at the housing market: Rent or Buy? Almost half of young people want to buy a house. If we look by age, around 30% of people between 25 and 34 years old and 13% of those between 18 and 24 years old want to buy a house, according to a study called "X-ray of the housing market" carried out by Fotocasa Investigation. Additionally, there have been fewer people renting homes in the first group, dropping from 34% to 26% from 2022 to 2023. When it comes to the housing market, age matters. Young people have different needs than older people. The report shows that young people are the ones who have caused the most changes in the real estate market during the year 2023. As we increase in age, market share decreases. Young people are buying more homes. When we look at who is buying homes by age, we see that everyone has similar behavior, with small differences. More and more young people prefer to stay at home before renting, and wait until they have enough to make a down payment and buy. Young people will be a very important segment in 2024 and in the coming years because they will be the buyers of the future. They want to be homeowners, but many cannot due to lack of savings to pay the down payment on a house. It would be good if the government offered help so that young people can buy. The rental market is slowing Participation in the rental market is declining, except for young people, due to their purchasing power, related to stagnation in wages for 15 years now. The percentage of young people who rent a house has increased slightly compared to 2022 (from 34% to 35%). It is normal for young people to want to buy and be less interested in renting, especially now that rent is more expensive than ever. Many young people want to buy instead of rent. The market and the government must help young people to buy. On the other hand, there are more young people looking for houses to rent but cannot find them, especially in a market with such high prices. Some prefer to wait for prices to drop or save more to be able to buy a house instead of renting for young people.
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2024-02-29
The luxury real estate market in Spain is on fire! Did you know that high-end property transactions have skyrocketed in recent years? And is not for less! It is estimated that by 2024, operations could grow up to 40% more! And who is leading this wave of investments? The Americans take the cake! But guess which cities are the most coveted? Exact! Barcelona and Madrid are on everyone's lips. And what makes these destinations so attractive to luxury buyers? Well, quality of life, climate and safety play a fundamental role! It's no wonder that more and more people want to make these cities their dream home! And what better way to immerse yourself in this vibrant market than with Geinbar? They are the perfect option for those looking to buy or sell high-end properties. With their professional services, they guarantee maximum profitability and customization in each transaction. So now you know, if you are thinking of entering the world of luxury real estate, Geinbar is your best ally!
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2024-02-09
Of course yes! In Barcelona, with the whole stock market thing being so unstable, the housing market is like hotcakes. Right now, people see houses as a safe haven to put their money, especially here in Barcelona, where rental prices do not stop rising. And you know what, there are more foreigners and students willing to pay extra for a place to live, like 30% or even 50% more than locals. Look, according to data from the National Statistics Institute, almost 13% of the population in Spain are foreigners. And those tourists are going all out, paying about 500 euros more per month in rent, which is 50% more than what Spaniards pay. So, what you need is to choose the area where you invest well and make sure that the apartment is ready to put people in right now. This is key to minimizing risk and, if you invest in central neighborhoods, you are assured that you will quickly find a tenant. And wait, it's not all bad news. Even though some places are putting obstacles in place with new housing laws and the purchase of new homes is going down, the lack of rental supply is what will make you money. According to the INE, second-hand housing transactions have increased by 28.3% and the price of these homes has only decreased a little. Although it is difficult to get financing from banks to buy right now, people still need houses to live in, so the rental market is more active than ever. And best of all, profitability is through the roof. Rental prices are skyrocketing, especially here in Barcelona, where people are paying an average of 1,087 euros per month. Since 2020, the profitability of investing in apartments in Barcelona has risen from 4% to 6%, and some say it can even reach 7%. With so much rent going up, there are more and more people looking for small apartments. Foreigners and students are crazy about apartments of around 50 square meters, and if they are in the center, even better.
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2024-02-02
In Spain, house prices are on fire, unlike in other eurozone countries that are already feeling the chill of the slowdown. What's going on? It's not that easy to understand, but you have to take a look at a lot of things that are happening at the same time to understand why Spain is going to its guns in this. In September, house prices in Spain rose 2.1%, while in the eurozone they barely moved 0.1%. How can it be? In the second quarter, according to Eurostat data, our neighbors in France, Germany and the Netherlands saw prices drop by 1.7%, but we rose by 3.7%! The logical thing would be for it to be the other way around, right? But the rise in prices is directly affecting mortgages (-18.8%) and home purchases (-10.5%), which have been declining for six months according to the National Institute of Statistics (INE). But be careful, the slowdown in these numbers is softer than in other countries. And here comes the cool thing. There are several things that make the Spanish real estate market unique. The analysts highlight six things: More families on the track. The number of households has grown a lot, partly thanks to immigration. More families and fewer homes available drive prices up. The economy is strong. Spain is growing more than the eurozone average, according to the Bank of Spain. Although unemployment is through the roof, the economy continues to give its all. We have even recovered purchasing power! Spanish families have more cash in their pockets, thanks to higher salaries and less inflation. The result? Many people want to buy a house. Hello foreigners! Outside investors are cool with our houses. Foreign demand is putting more pressure and raising prices, especially on the coast, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands. Tourist rentals are also doing well. Since COVID restrictions were lifted, the return of tourism has caused owners to rent their homes, reducing supply and raising prices. The pandemic also influenced construction materials. Fewer projects, inflation in materials, and voilà, construction prices continue through the roof. And what about the European Central Bank (ECB)? Well, they are planning not to raise rates for now, but they are not going to lower them until after the summer of 2024, according to ING Economics. Furthermore, construction prices will remain high even if the trend has cooled recently. And the last one. During the pandemic, the Spanish real estate market did not heat up as much as in other eurozone countries. According to the ECB, the overvaluation here is 10.3%, less than in most countries. Hey you! In short, prices will continue to rise, but at a slower pace. Because? Because mortgages are expected to continue rising until the end of the year and economic growth is expected to cool in the winter months.
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2024-01-09
Real estate agencies specialized in the high-end housing segment have reported an impressive growth of 43% in luxury property transactions last year 2023, consolidating themselves as the epicenter of the real estate market in 2024. This trend, which had already experienced a increase of 175% in 2023 compared to the last three years, reflects the growing preference for this exclusive segment. Currently, around 26% of new housing constructions are aimed at this market, a proportion that shows an increasing trend in the coming years. Demand is mainly concentrated in Barcelona and Madrid, representing 78%, with Andalusia and Levante emerging as particularly attractive regions for international investors. Luxury property management experts anticipate growth will continue throughout 2024, pointing to significant increases in key areas, such as 47% in Barcelona, 50% in Ibiza, and 55% in Madrid, as well as a notable increase in sales on the Costa Brava compared to the previous year. In terms of prices, the report reveals a 41% increase in the average price of luxury homes and a 54% increase in the total value of these transactions. In the first half of last year, approximately 13,300 luxury homes, with a price equal to or greater than 2.5 million euros, were available on the Spanish market, representing 2% of the total supply of 650,000 properties. The sale of luxury homes in Spain is concentrated in 9 key provinces, which cover 97% of the market. Marbella leads as the epicenter, followed by the Balearic Islands, Madrid and Barcelona. This segment represents 15% of the local market in the Balearic Islands, 9% in Malaga, 3% in the capital, 2% in Barcelona and less than 1% in the rest of the Spanish provinces. The profile of luxury home buyers in Spain is diverse and international. Citizens of the European Union, the United Kingdom, North and South America, and Asia are the main interested parties in this offer. In 2024, continued growth in demand is anticipated, especially from international investors, consolidating itself as a key factor in the luxury real estate market. The year 2023 marked a historic milestone for transactions in the luxury housing market, with record turnover and growth figures. Real estate agents expect 2024 to maintain this positive trend, emphasizing that their main target audience is foreign buyers. In the second quarter of 2024, the proportion of foreign buyers reached a maximum of 24,000 sales, generating a year-on-year increase of 76%. This phenomenon highlights the growing influence of international investors in the Spanish luxury real estate market
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