Madrid and the port city of Valentina saw all their pools selling at 11%, while Andalusian tourist destinations Seville and Malaga, saw production drop by 6% and 5% at the same time.

MADRID: The rush to buy after the coronavirus ban reduced retail stores in major Spanish cities by 4% last year, information from the well-known Iconalista advertising firm confirmed Tuesday.

Madrid and the port city of Valentina saw all their pools selling at 11%, while Andalusian tourist destinations Seville and Malaga, saw production drop by 6% and 5% at the same time.

The Pent-up demand within the first nine months of 2020 means that when the European coronavirus is eradicated in September 2020, people are rushing to buy housing. Some Spaniards have asked for a change of vision after long-term home care, but a 6.6% increase in family income in 2020, according to a study by the Spanish bank BBVA, says they have and with more investment money if bans are lifted.

With a staggering drop to find homes for sale north of the city of Pamplona, popular at the San Fermin bullfighting event, which saw its elections drop by 28% from September 2020, Idealist records show.

Barcelona,   where the government introduced a rental policy in September, is the sole homeowner, with an additional 7% of homes sold for 12 months.

“It can be linked to rental prices – homeowners may want to pay for their home but choose to sell it,” a statement from Catalonia’s home business analyst told Reuters. Spanish goods are always popular with foreigners, with Britons accounting for 12% of consumers, Moroccans about 9%, and French and German 7% -8% in the first quarter of this year.

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