The year that begins can be a good time to sell, especially for those who have bought a flat home and will be delivered shortly. The price trend is bullish, but selling is not always easy and some tips can help make that operation faster. Experts from Foro Consultores Inmobiliarios offer the readers of INVERTIA some guidelines to sell the house in 2017 and not "burn" it in the market.
The statistics on the price of land in the third quarter of 2016, published by the Ministry of Public Works, contain some outstanding changes. The press release begins with a positive headline: "urban land transactions increase by 11,1% in interannual rate". Obviously it is correct, however I do not consider it to be the most appropriate because it refers to the number of operations. The reality is that the average price of the square meter of the floor in the third quarter of 2016 drops by 3,5% in interannual rate, fixing its value in 150,9 euros. In quarter-on-quarter variation, a decrease of 7,7% is experienced. Ignacio Ortiz de Andrés, an analyst at Foro Consultores, explores the study.
The rental market is booming, to such an extent that some experts talk about a possible boom in this segment. Experts from Foro Consultores Inmobiliarios explain to the readers of INVERTIA what are the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants: is bail obligatory? Who pays the repairs? What happens if the owner sells the house?
If you already have a home in property you can play with the recovery of the real estate market. Selling it to buy a new one can be a profitable operation. As stated by Luis Corral, CEO of Foro Consultores, buying now on flat is a good option, since it is acquired at today's price, but until the delivery of the new housing, if the market continues its upward trend, it will have revalued , Before which the buyer benefits from the capital gains and, in turn, will be able to sell the habitual house better in case it is a repositor.
The crisis has encumbrado to a more solvent client that demands larger houses and that is marking the step of the new real estate offer. Neither those who sell nor those who buy are the same as a decade ago. But neither is the type of housing that is claimed. Carlos Smerdou, CEO of Foro Consultores, provides us with some clues in this report from El País.
The housing market is characterized by its great heterogeneity. We speak of different speeds to which it is reactivating in each zone. There are enclaves that are awakening from the puncture of the bubble at idle and others at cruising speed. Among the most buoyant demarcations, the center of cities such as Madrid and Barcelona and certain coastal areas stand out. But they are not the only ones. A special case is the consolidated PAU of Las Tablas, north of the capital, where the recovery of the residential sector is more than clear.
There is an imbalance between demand and supply. For Laura Sampedro, Director of Research and Evaluations of Foro Consultores, prices will continue to rise, both for sale and for rent. "Above all, on lease," he warns. Sampedro is clear who will continue to buy and rent: young couples and families with children who are looking for residential with common areas, work in the area and who, in many cases, live on rent.
The investment in parking spaces can report gross profitability ranging between 5 and 6%. Obviously, the experts advise buying in historic centers, since the population of the offices and shops is added to the resis- tant population. In the Real Estate Investment program of Meli Torres, experts from the sector have given guidelines for investors who want to enter this market. What should they keep in mind and what should they analyze before buying? We leave you the link with the participation in the debate of Luis Corral, CEO of Foro Consultores.
The north of Madrid capital is, without a doubt, one of the areas of Spain that enjoys better real estate health. Fundamentally, in terms of the powerful and solvent demand for new construction housing is concerned. Another very different story is the available offer. With Operation Chamartín blocked and with no signs of re-launching in the short term, the future showcase of brand new homes in an area with a lack of residential finalist floors is extremely limited. Ignacio Ortiz de Andrés, an analyst at Foro Consultores, examines the situation.
What criteria do you have when evaluating a floor? Location, location and location is the maximum of the valuation of a floor, but there are more aspects that must be taken into account and that will increase or decrease the value. Experts of Foro Consultores Inmobiliarios explain to INVERTIA readers what aspects count the most when it comes to valuing a home and if the price paid or asked for it is worth it. Because we do not forget that, it is not equal to value.
The investment in garages continues to appeal to savers, more at a time when the returns of many financial assets are at very low levels. Investing in garages means a small outlay and you can get a return on 5 or 6% per year. Obviously, even if it seems a simple bet is not risk free and, as in any investment, it is necessary to analyze the area well and buy in places where there is demand. Historic hulls and areas where parking is complicated should be the objectives. Luis Corral, CEO of Foro Consultores shares his opinion in EL PAIS.