A Brexit Update: Who is Buying Spanish Property?
As the issue of Brexit continues to whirl around, we are still no closer to understanding how things will pan out and ultimately how this will affect the economies of the UK and other impacted European countries. There are of course many theories about what will or won’t happen and how citizens will be affected in terms of travel, living costs, availability of supplies and of course house prices and availability.
So, lets have a look, what is the impact of the Brexit on the nationalities of the buyers in Spain?
Looking at year on year data British buyers still mount up to a large percentage of Kyero’s visitors.
British buyers currently make up 23.8% of total visits to the site, against 59.8% from the rest of Europe and 16.4% from the rest of the world.
In terms of unique visitors numbers in the last three months, excluding Spanish and British visitors, France, the Netherlands and Germany made it again to the top 3 with Belgium, Sweden, Italy, Ireland following. Norway, Switzerland and Denmark complete the top 10 list. Visitors coming from Portugal, even if they haven’t made it into the top 10 list (currently position 11) are up by an impressive 55.8%.