Tuesday July 7, 2020

Signs of recovery in Spanish resort of Marbella

Property prices are about 50 per cent off the 2006 peak

14th February, 2016
Puerto Banus and La Concha

For some time now we have been hearing about an upswing in Irish consumer sentiment that has been spilling over to the property market. So can Irish interest in foreign property be far behind?

When a post-bubble bust hits, be it in stock or property markets, it entails casualties. This one produced more than most. Spain has been a graveyard for the wealth of a significant cadre of property investors.

Lifestyle destinations have suffered, because...

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