News from Yazoo Property

  • 12 Jun

      The international financial markets are expected to be a key driver in the uptake of Spanish prime residential property during 2015. some of the latest market reports, suggest there has been an…

  • 21 May

      According to the latest real estate statistics published by the General Council of Notaries, the number of home sales transactions in Spain grew by 12.3% during the month of March, while prices…

  • 21 May

    According to Cushman & Wakefield's European Real Estate Loan Sales Market Report, there was €12.2 billion of closed European commercial real estate loan and real estate owned transactions…

  • 21 May

      Currency exchange rates are encouraging even more foreign buyers back to the Spanish property market and this is reflected in increased sales, especially in popular areas. New legislation to relax…

  • 21 May

      After seven years of stagnation the property market in Spain is experiencing an uptick in sales and prices have reached bottom, according to a new analysis report. With the Spanish economy improving,…

  • 19 Feb

    Desperate times call for desperate measures, and for parts of the Spanish property market, despair is almost too weak a word. The past five years have heaped on misery after misery. The credit crunch…

  • 19 Feb

    If you’re considering buying a property overseas you’ll need to bear in mind that the legal system and steps to follow may be very different from those you have experienced in the UK. This…

  • 19 Feb

    BRITISH property buyers attracted by the warm, sunny climate and bargain deals are returning in numbers to purchase Spanish properties. In 2014, Spain witnessed a 19.3 per cent increase in the number…

  • 18 Feb

    The tower blocks of Sesena rise from the flat Castilian landscape like giant ice shelves drifting in the sea. Close up, they seem just as forbidding – and almost as lifeless. A vast housing…

  • 18 Feb

    The credit ratings agency, Fitch, estimates that prices of houses will stabilise around their current levels, which is around 40% below the peak prices recorded before the crisis, and pointed out…