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Spanish homes will be worth 55% more in 2025 !!





















By examining property trends in the past years, a professor of financial management has stated that the upturn in Spanish property prices will continue to at least 2025 making Spain a leading investment location for property buyers.

Home values have risen by an average of 6,3% in the first quarter of 2016 which is the highest increase in 8 years and this is set to continue due to the increase in property hunters flocking to Spain.

Properties which had previously been on the market for over 5 years have now been snapped up at great prices but owners are now realising that the demand for property here in Marbella is high and prices are now on the increase. New build properties are sold out before they are built as the banks are now guaranteeing the work will be done within the specified time lines given by the developers.  

My advice would be for anyone interested in buying a property here to make arrangements to visit soon as property prices have already started to increase, prices are not going to drop any further this is it now either buy now or buy in years to come at much higher prices.

One Marbella real estate are available at all times to welcome you to Marbella and show you just what your money can buy , whether its a holiday home or a complete change of lifestyle we can help you achieve your goal, give them a call or drop them a line!

Contact: 0034 952 492 660 or Email: info@one-marbella.com web: www.one-marbella.com 

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