Investment in Real Estate in Europe in 2022

Marko Leon
July 30, 2021
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The Natural Circle and Investment of the Property Market in Europe

Investment in real estate in Europe has been changing. Statistics confirm that Spain is in a completely different phase of the real estate cycle from the rest of Europe. The imminent increase in price and purchase demand is encouraging investors from all over Europe to choose Spain as their place to grow their money. This change puts Spain in the perfect position to diversify investments, as the numbers show a minimum risk of losses.

Europe is going through a phase in which the real estate market is clearly changing. Experts say it’s time to invest again in the market, but there are big questions about where and how to do it. The UK, one of Europe’s major investment targets, may face a major fall in the property market. According to the latest report by Knight Frank, “Central London Prime Real Estate Prices are set to fall by 9% this year.” This price adjustment has disrupted the natural cycle of the market and has caused investors to reduce their acquisition of property in the country.

The same end of the cycle, which seems to reduce the success of investment in real estate in the United Kingdom, could happen very soon to Sweden, one of the safe bets of the last few years. The Swedish real estate market has been growing, prices have been rising since the late 1990s, and there has been a huge increase in the last 3 years, which is why investors and experts believe that this market could reach the end of this phase. Prices are starting to peak, and it is highly unlikely that this market will grow much more in the years to come. This likely decline is also a source of concern for investors, who find it hard to believe that this country can be an option for future high-performance investment in real estate.

Spain, on the other hand, is going through the beginning of this growth cycle and prices are likely to continue to rise in the years to come. According to the Report of Emerging Trends in Real Estate for Europe, Madrid and Barcelona are among the top 18 cities to invest in this year, with Madrid being the 4th and Barcelona the 12th. As you can see from the map below, a massive price increase is expected to hit Spain in 2016.

Housers helps anyone, from anywhere in Europe, to invest in this growing Spanish real estate market, diversifying your investment in various well-located properties chosen by our team of professionals in the most important cities of the country.


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