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Mitula: Rental Prices Soar In Spain’s Large Cities

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25 January 2017 – El Mundo

The residential rental market is riding high at the moment and this good situation is reflected in rental prices, which are soaring in most of Spain’s major cities, according to a study by the home finder Mitula. Specifically, rental prices have increased by more than 60% in Barcelona over the last five years, whilst in Madrid, they have risen by almost 20% during the same period.

In this way, average rental prices in the Spanish capital amounted to around €1,048 per month in 2012, a figure that has grown in a sustained way over the last five years. By January 2017, the average rent in Madrid stood at €1,256, which represents an increase of 19.85%.

Other cities such as Barcelona and Palma have also seen their residential rental prices soar, but to an even greater extent. In the case of the Catalan capital, for example, the average rent has risen from €892 in January 2012 to €1,478 in January 2017, which represents an increase of 65.70%.

Palma has also seen its rental prices move upwards. A rental home in the capital of the Balearic Islands used to cost around €700 per month on average in 2012. Nowadays, the same property costs around €1,000 (€986), up by 40%, according to Mitula.

This upwards trend is being repeated in most of Spain’s major capitals, but there is one exception: Santander. The capital of Cantabria is one of the few cities where rental prices have remained practically frozen. At the moment, a rental home costs €649 per month, on average, which is 2.84% less than five years ago, when the figure stood at around €668/per month.

Original story: El Mundo

Translation: Carmel Drake

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