Murcia Spain Property Price Rises

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According to Facilismo.com,  a Spanish property portal, Murcia has posted the highest house price rises of all the nation’s autonomous regions at 0.24%. This makes it one of a select quartet of communities showing positive growth in January 2010 with Valencia in second at 0.11%, Cantabria third with 0.09% followed by the Basque Country with 0.06%.

The bigger picture is slightly less rosy with overall prices falling 0.28% for January, but still a marked improvement on a fall of 0.57% for the same month in 2009.

Chris Mercer, Director of Mercers real estate agent operating in the Murcia region, comments, “This shows a comforting trend towards a stabilization of the market and the prospect of further prices rises, at least in Murcia, over forthcoming months. I’m adamant that this market is the most price sensitive I have seen in 27 years dealing in Spanish real estate and this is why Murcia is emerging strongly. From our Mazarron office we can offer a range of sub 100,000 euro properties, some detached on private plots, and they’re attracting plenty of buyers for obvious reasons.”

Typical Property bargains available in Murcia:Two bedrooms and two bathrooms detached home is on a 400m² corner plot providing plenty of scope for a swimming pool. The property is delivered fully furnished, is fitted with air-conditioning and has a spectacular rooftop solarium with views across the countryside and surrounding mountains. Priced at just 95,000 euros (approx. 83,400 pounds)

Contact Mercers on 00 34 968 199 188, UK Local Rate 0845 017 7805.

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