According to data from the Hogaria.net real estate portal for the month of January, the price of used homes for sale rose by 0,1% With respect to the month of December and at the interannual rate it is +0,7%. During the month of January 34 provinces rose in price compared to the previous month.

The report for January highlights a timid rise in the price of second-hand housing nationwide. It seems that the impact of the pandemic is gradually assimilating, as, the owners, for the moment, they are not lowering prices, quite the contrary, although this behavior does not occur in all territories equally due to the new conditions of remote work, need for more space and increased supply.

The real estate portal Hogaria.net observes a new rise in the price of used housing for sale during the month of January compared to December. The average price of the square meter of the used home for sale is located in 1.729 Euros versus 1.726 Euros that ended December.

Ranking of the most expensive / cheapest provinces to buy a house in the month of January

Balearic Islands (3.205€/m2), Barcelona (3.143€/m2) and Guipúzcoa (3.045€/m2) are the provinces where it is more expensive to buy a second-hand home, Vizcaya follows (3.030€/m2) and Madrid (2.843€/m2). Conversely, Real city (1.128€/m2), Lion (1.127€/m2), Palencia (1.167€/m2), Badajoz (1.200€/m2) and Ourense (1.252€/m2) are the provinces where the price per square meter is cheaper.

Provinces and capitals that have dropped / increased the most in price during the month of January

The Spanish provinces in which house prices fell the most during the month of January were: Huesca (-1,2%), Soria (-1%), Huelva (-1%), Teruel (-0,9%) and Zaragoza (-0,5%). Conversely, the provinces with the highest price increases were: Lleida (1,1%), Jaén (0,9%), Valladolid (0,9%), Toledo (0,8%) and Cáceres (0,7%).

The provincial capitals that fell the most in price during the month of January were: Murcia (-0,3%), Barcelona (-0,3%), Castellón de la Plana (-0,2%), Soria (-0,2%) and Huelva (-0,1%). On the contrary, the capitals that rose the most in price were: Badajoz (0,7%), Palma de Mallorca (0,6%), Valencia (0,5%), Sevilla (0,4%) and Cádiz (0,4%)

What has happened in the big capitals during the month of January?

Analyzing the prices for the month of January in Madrid and Barcelona Capital, Madrid uploads a 0,2% and Barcelona drops a 0,3%. The average price per square meter is located in 3.693 Euros in Madrid and 3.579 Euros in Barcelona. Examining by District, in Madrid: Salamanca, Chamartín, Chamberí and Retiro are the districts with the highest average price per square meter (5.238 Euros) and in Barcelona: Eixample, Les Corts, Sarrià-Sant Gervasi and Ciutat Vella with an average price of 5.107 Euros.

In two of the most important national capitals like Seville (2.410 €/m2) and Valencia (2.295 €/m2). Seville registers an ascent of 0,4% and Valencia goes up a 0,5%. The districts of Nervión, Los Remedios and Casco Antiguo are the most expensive in Seville with an average price of 3.613 € / m2 and in Valencia, Old City, L ’Example and El Pla del Real with an average price of 3.515 €/m2.

[Source: Hogaria.net]