Home sales rose 18.8% in June

Activity continues to recover in the markets after the uncertainty generated by the coronavirus pandemic. And this is reflected in the main indicators. Thus, the sale of housing increased by 18.8% last June compared to the same month of 2021, to add 58,010 operations, as reported yesterday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE). With … Read more

Home sales rose 18.8% in June

Activity continues to recover in the markets after the uncertainty generated by the coronavirus pandemic. And this is reflected in the main indicators. Thus, the sale of housing increased by 18.8% last June compared to the same month of 2021, to add 58,010 operations, as reported yesterday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE). With … Read more

Home sales rose 18.8% in June

Activity continues to recover in the markets after the uncertainty generated by the coronavirus pandemic. And this is reflected in the main indicators. Thus, the sale of housing increased by 18.8% last June compared to the same month of 2021, to add 58,010 operations, as reported yesterday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE). With … Read more

Home sales rose 18.8% in June

Activity continues to recover in the markets after the uncertainty generated by the coronavirus pandemic. And this is reflected in the main indicators. Thus, the sale of housing increased by 18.8% last June compared to the same month of 2021, to add 58,010 operations, as reported yesterday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE). With … Read more

The Fed bets on a 0.75 point rate hike on the brink of the recession reaching the US

The US Federal Reserve (Fed) is preparing to raise interest rates by 75 basis points for the second consecutive meeting. This is at least what the market expects, which understands that the American institution must press on the accelerator before starting to lower its rates in the second half of 2023. This will be the … Read more

The effects of rising interest rates: “It is not unreasonable for Euribor to reach 2% in 2022”

Euribor is above 1.1% this week. A) Yes, the 12-month Euribor, the most widely used indicator for calculating mortgage interest rates in Spain, continues the rebound that began last March, when the Russian invasion of Ukraine began. This event led to the anticipation of an even greater increase in inflation levels, already high before the … Read more

The mixed mortgage, the big forgotten one that saves more than 15,000 euros compared to the fixed rate and 8,000 compared to the variable

Fixed or variable mortgage, which is better? This is the big dilemma for those considering applying for a mortgage and for those who already have a variable rate one but are reluctant to change the terms due to the escalating Euribor. Not everything has to be black or white. On the gray scale are the … Read more