On the Mediterranean coast and municipalities, house prices rose 1.2% in July compared to the previous month
MADRID, 4 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The average price of new and used housing registered a monthly increase of 0.9% in July, three tenths more than the previous month, and 4.9% more in the interannual rate, according to the 'Tinsa IMIE General and Large Markets' index. ' Prepared by Tinsa.
The appraisal company has highlighted that, in the seventh month of the year, the Mediterranean coast, the rest of the municipalities and, to a lesser extent, the capitals and large cities were the main drivers of residential value.
Thus, in disaggregated data, the increase in the average value of new and used housing in July was 1.2% compared to the previous month, both on the Mediterranean coast and in the rest of the municipalities, closely followed by the capitals and large cities, with 0.9% more monthly.
For their part, the islands and metropolitan areas became more expensive below the national average, with a monthly increase of 0.6%.
In the interannual rate, the average value in the island territories was 6.2% higher in July than a year earlier, only surpassed by metropolitan areas, which remains the group that has become more expensive in the interannual rate, with 6 ,4%.
Below the national average, in the last year, the price increased by 4.6% on the Mediterranean coast, one tenth more than the 4.5% of the capitals and large cities and at a distance from the 3% year-on-year registered in the rest of municipalities.