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Why are Spanish house prices rising?

Spanish house prices have risen 5% over the last two years despite rising interest rates. The relative affordability of houses in Spain is the main reason that the market remains strong, but the resilience of foreign demand for houses and a rising population have provided further impetus. Despite higher house prices, investment in dwellings has been weak and appears unlikely to pick up significantly.

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