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The price of used housing rises 0.5% in October with Barcelona stable and falls in Madrid

The price of used housing in Spain has registered a rise of 0.5% during the month of October, standing at 1,752 euros / m2. If we look at the last quarter, the price has risen 4.4% and if we look at the October 2019 data, the year-on-year increase is 0.6%.

Autonomous communities
The price has risen during the month of October in 14 Spanish regions. Extremadura (1.6%), Aragón (1.1%) and Comunitat Valenciana (0.9%) led the increases. They are followed by increases in Navarra (0.8%), Madrid and Cantabria (0.7% in both regions) and the Canary Islands (0.6%).

CCAA – Price increases October 2020 Quarterly variation Annual variation
Extremadura 909 euros / m2 1.6% 1.3%
Aragon 1,337 euros / m2 1.1% 0.8%
Valencian Community 1,406 euros / m2 0.9% 1.7%
Below 0.5% are the increases in the Balearic Islands (0.4%), Euskadi and Catalonia (0.3% in both communities), Castilla-La Mancha and Andalusia (0.2% in both cases), Galicia and Region of Murcia (0.1% in both regions). On the contrary, La Rioja (-1.1%) was the region in which the price fell the most in October, followed by Asturias (-0.2%) and Castilla y León (-0.1%).

CCAA – Price decreases October 2020 Quarterly variation Annual variation
La Rioja 1,202 euros / m2 -1.1% 0.2%
Asturias 1,368 euros / m2 -0.2% 1%
Castilla y León 1,122 euros / m2 -0.1% -2.5%
The Balearic Islands with 3,058 euros / m2 is the most expensive autonomy. They are followed by the Community of Madrid (2,798 euros / m2) and Euskadi (2,664 euros / m2). On the opposite side of the table, we find Castilla-La Mancha (854 euros / m2), Extremadura (909 euros / m2) and the Region of Murcia (1,048 euros / m2), which are the cheapest communities.

Provinces
30 provinces register higher prices than a month ago. The highest rise has been in Huelva (3.4%), followed by Cáceres and Huesca (1.9% in both cases), Badajoz (1.3%), Granada and Cádiz (1.2% in both provinces) .

Provinces – Price increases October 2020 Quarterly variation Annual variation
Huelva 1,259 euros / m2 3.4% 3.4%
Cáceres 905 euros / m2 1.9% 2.7%
Huesca 1,417 euros / m2 1.9% 0.5%
On the other hand, Córdoba (-1.8%) tops the list of provinces that have experienced price drops, followed by La Rioja (-1.1%), Segovia (-0.8%) and A Coruña (- 0.6%). The provinces of Barcelona, ​​Jaén and Tarragona have remained unchanged during the month of October.

Provinces – Price increases October 2020 Quarterly variation Annual variation
Huelva 1,259 euros / m2 3.4% 3.4%
Cáceres 905 euros / m2 1.9% 2.7%
Huesca 1,417 euros / m2 1.9% 0.5%
Guipúzcoa is the most expensive province to purchase a home (3,155 euros / m2) ahead of the Balearic Islands (3,058 euros / m2). They are followed by Madrid (2,798 euros / m2) and the province of Barcelona (2,712 euros / m2). Cuenca is the cheapest province with a price of 750 euros for each square meter. They are followed by Toledo (760 euros / m2) and Ciudad Real (771 euros / m2).

Capitals
During the month of October, 22 capitals have risen in price. The most pronounced increase is that experienced by the city of Huelva, where the expectations of the owners grew by 2.8%. They are followed by Pontevedra, where the increase has been 2.1%, Lleida (1.8%), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (1.6%), Pamplona (1.5%), Teruel and Badajoz (1.4 % in both capitals). Cuenca is, on the other hand, the market where prices have fallen the most (-2.6%), followed by Girona (-1.8%), Toledo and Tarragona (-1.2% in both cases).

Capitals – Price increases October 2020 Quarterly variation Annual variation
Huelva 1,135 euros / m2 2.8% 2.8%
Pontevedra 1,640 euros / m2 2.1% 6.9%
Lleida 1,046 euros / m2 1.8% -1.6%
The price falls in the city of Madrid by 0.4% and remains unchanged in the city of Barcelona.

Capital – Decreases Price October 2020 Quarterly variation Annual variation
Cuenca 1,116 euros / m2 -2.6% 3.7%
Girona 2,177 euros / m2 -1.8% -2.4%
Toledo 1,357 euros / m2 -1.2% -4.3%
San Sebastián is the most expensive city in Spain at a price of 4,836 euros / m2. They are followed by Barcelona (4,082 euros / m2) and Madrid (3,652 euros / m2). Lleida, on the other hand, is the cheapest capital with its 1,046 euros / m2, followed by Castellón de la Plana (1,067 euros / m2) and Murcia (1,076 euros / m2).

Capitals – The most expensive Price October 2020 Quarterly change Annual change
San Sebastián 4,836 euros / m2 -0.6% 10%
Barcelona 4,082 euros / m2 0% -2.7%
Madrid 3,652 euros / m2 -0.4% -2.6%

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