Lending in Spain October data Spanish lending beginning of last quarter was relatively stable. In total 41.022 new Mortgages in Spain were registered at land registry. The data provided by the NIE relates to registered loans. Completions in October will not filter through to this data for a few weeks. The level of new Spanish Mortgages […]
Mortgages in Spain were still completing at low levels of interest in September. This will not be sustained. It is now a challenge to decide whether to opt for a fixed rate or variable rate product. Fixed rates are less flexible in the future as rates decrease.
August Spanish mortgage data looked stable. Spanish Interest rates and numbers reflect loans signed in June and July. Large interest rate increases will feed through to completions soon. Best buys for loan types in Spain maybe Mixed rate products in next few months.
Spanish Mortgage latest data Spanish mortgage sizes drop in July. Moving to 146.4k from 147.5k Whilst only a marginal decrease it remains to be seen if the trend continues. Down on June the level was up from 139.2k for same month of last year. Numbers of new loans in Spain In terms of numbers of […]
Spanish mortgage completions slowed in June. Below Mays levels. Year on year Mortgages in Spain remains above 2021. Interest rates remained static within the month. A high proportion of loans in Spain were contracted on fixed rate basis.
In the Month of May the Spanish mortgage market saw an increase in. This was both in numbers of loans and average loan size. May will be the last month with lower interest rates. ECB increased base rate in July and the 12 month Euribor has been steadily rising.
Mortgages in Spain saw a drop against March. Whilst loan figures to date are up on last year, month on month there is a slowdown. Interest rates in Spain are rising. UK based Spanish borrowers are diminishing. Economic pressures are affecting the lending market in Spain.
Mortgage in Spain activity 2022 for year to date increases. Information on interest rates for Spanish loans. Scandinavian and American lending applicants are currently high. Average interest rates in Spain set to rise.
Spanish mortgage interest rates set to rise. 12 month Euribor moves into positive territory. Fixed rates for loans in Spain will help stability for borrowers. Spanish Banks start to increase interest rates.
Home loans in Spain in January whilst up on December are at a lower percentage than most years. Pressure on borrowing in Spain for non residents from Brexit and war in Ukraine. Interest rates remain low but Spanish Mortgage rates likely to rise due to inflationary pressures. Fixed rate loans increase their market share.