Bank of Spain study looks at growing rental market

Bank of Spain
The Bank of Spain
Luis García

The proportion of rental housing in Spain has increased due to lower loan-to-value new mortgages, insufficient housing supply and stagnant incomes, says research published by the Bank of Spain.

According to Recent developments in the rental housing market in Spain, by David López-Rodríguez and María de los Llanos Matea, the proportion of renters in Spain’s housing market is low compared with the main economies in the European Union.

However, it has recently risen. In 2018, 23.9% of households

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