He real-estate market billed 73.849 millions of euros last year. According to data from the Ministry of development collected by Servimedia, the almost 74.000 million euros of 2017 correspond to the 509.952 transactions of free housing that were made in the period, a 17% more in the interannual rate.

Madrid It was the region with the highest amount of free housing transactions in 2017, 16.287,8 millions of euros. Behind them they stood Catalonia (14.246,5), Andalusia (11.671,6) and the Valencian Community (8.170,8).

He free housing market in Spain it moved 73.849 millions of euros in 2017, what a increased 21% compared to the previous exercise, when the figure was 60.869 millions.

In this way, the amount of free housing transactions in Spain kept at 2017 the Upward trend of the last three exercises, with what chains four years up. In 2017, with the 73.849 millions, stood at its highest level since 2010, although still far from the 80.782 millions mobilized in that year.

According to data from the Ministry of development collected by Servimedia, the almost 74.000 millions of euros of 2017 correspond to the 509.952 transactions of free housing that were made in the period, a 17% more in the interannual rate.

Specific, the free second-hand homes mobilized 65.324,6 millions (a 21,7% plus), while the amount in the new work it was quite inferior, with 8.524,3 millions (+18%).

Madrid, in head

Madrid was the region in which it was registered higher amount in the transactions of free housing in 2017, 16.287,8 millions of euros. Behind them they stood Catalonia (14.246,5), Andalusia (11.671,6) and the Valencian Community (8.170,8).

Below are Baleares (4.232,3), Basque Country (3.948,1), Canary Islands (3.259,8), Castilla y León (2.107,4), Galicia (1.862), Castilla la Mancha (1.670,5), Murcia (1.396,1) and Aragon (1.389,9).

While, the regions in which the free housing sector moved less money were Asturias (890,9), Cantabria (852,7), Navarra (817,3), Estremadura (534,5), The Rioja (344,8) and Ceuta and melilla (165,3 between the two).

[Source: The Economist]