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June was another month fateful to the real estate sector. The sale of homes plummeted 20.9% during the sixth month of the year, until the 36.319 operations, according to the data disseminated on Thursday by the General Council of Notaries . The result improves the one registered during the month of may, when sales sank 53%. Despite this, however, represents the sixth month in which the sale of housing falls.

the data from The notaries, based on the public deed that the seller and the buyer sign in the particular month, reveal that the new home and the used are following different paths. The first resisted the onslaught of the pandemic in June and recorded a sales increase of 9.7% year-on-year. By contrast, housing transactions of second-hand slumped by 28.5%.

From the real estate sector believe that this disparity is because many of the operations related to new housing were closed before the outbreak of the pandemic. In contrast, the second-hand market reflects a reality more attached to the current context of economic crisis. Beyond the flats, the sale of single-family homes also fell in June, in this case 13.9% year-on-year, according to the notaries.

new floors is expensive

The prices begin to respond to these crashes from operations, but are still moderate. Thus, during the sixth month of the year, the square meter of housing amounted to 1.393 euros, reflecting a decrease of 3.9% year-on-year. Both single-family homes (9.6 per cent) and floors (-0,1%) became cheaper.

yes, this slight drop of the story, he was motivated exclusively by the homes used, since the price of new properties rose 5% in the interannual rate.

The sale of other real estate stood at 9.260 operations, with a fall year-on-year 17.3% . Of this figure, 42.9% were related to land or lots and the average price of these transactions was 193 euros, 19.5% less than that recorded in June 2019.

with Regard to the mortgage market, in June signed 24.321 loans, representing 17.7% lower than a year ago. The average amount stood at 189.166 euros, 5% less.

The mortgage loans for the purchase of a property fell by 15.4% year-on-year (19.103 loans), due both to the decline in the granting of loans for the acquisition of a dwelling (-14,1% year-on-year) as the descent of the mortgage loans for the acquisition of other real estate (-30,6% year-on-year).

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