The houses near the regional parliaments of Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona and Oviedo are the most expensive, while being a neighbor of the one in Extremadura, in Mérida, it is not so much.
According to a report by the appraisal company TecniTasa, the average of the maximum prices of houses located near the regional Chambers is 3,009 euros per square meter and the average of the minimums is 1,894 euros.
Palma de Mallorca has positioned itself as the city with the seat of the autonomous Parliament with the highest price, with 10,000 euros, and Mérida holds the minimum price, with 800.
Near the Parliament of Catalonia, located in the Parc de la Ciutadella, urban park located between the neighborhoods of El Born, Fort Pienc, the Olympic Village and Barceloneta, a house of 100 meters can reach an average value of 400,000 euros.
For the Basque Parliament, in the Ensanche of Vitoria-Gasteiz, the square meter of a house of 150 meters reaches an average value of 2,950 euros and there the old house is mixed and the one of new construction and / or rehabilitated.
In Asturias, it occupies a neo-classical building right in the center of Oviedo, on Fruela Street, close to the cathedral, the Town Hall and the old area, in a commercial, residential and tourist environment.
The buildings that make up this area are old but mostly rehabilitated, with protected facades and many of them collected within the Inventory of Architectural Heritage of Asturias, so the offer is high but the demand absorbs it, being one of the most faces, with a maximum value of 3,600 euros per square meter.
The sale price of the square meter of the houses near Galicia can reach 2,200 euros, in the Rúa do Hórreo, the street that connects the railway station with the center of Santiago, in the old town.
In Santander it is located in the Palacio del Mueble, a building rebuilt after its partial collapse and that now goes to the Government of Cantabria offices, in one of the oldest areas of the city.
Cartagena hosts the Regional Assembly of Murcia next to the Paseo de Alfonso XIII, with buildings attached to the block, with low commercial residential character, with an average value of 1,200 euros per square meter.
The Cortes Valencianas, next to the Plaza de la Virgen, in the historic center of Valencia, are surrounded by multi-family homes, where prices range between 2,800 and 3,500 euros.
In Palma, the Parliament is in the neighborhood of Cort, an area with multi-family housing, with high demand and little supply due to the shortage of land, so the square meter of a reformed is 6,500 euros and if it is of high level would amount to 10,000 euros.
The Canary Islands, in the center of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, coexists with nineteenth century buildings along with others from the 70s of the last century and the square meter for a house of between 120 and 200 meters is 2,400 euros.
The Assembly of Madrid is in a neighborhood of the southern periphery, in Vallecas, with good communications in public transport and residential buildings with 30-35 years old with a great typological homogeneity, where a house is paid at an average of 228,000 euros.
The Parliament of Navarra, at the end of Paseo Sarasate in Pamplona and very close to the old town, where residential buildings with an age of over 50 years prevail, the house pays a maximum price of 3,800 and a minimum of 2,700 euros .
Zaragoza hosts the headquarters of the Autonomous Parliament, located in the Palace of the Aljafería, where the minimum value of the houses that surround it is 1,000 euros, a price that could rise to 2,000.
In the Hospital of the Five Wounds in Seville is the Parliament of Andalusia, in a residential and commercial area, characterized by buildings with multi-family housing, with a square meter between 1,750 and 2,100 euros.
The Parliament of La Rioja, in the historic center of Logroño, is in the best quality area of the city, where renovation and modernization activities have been carried out, with an average value of 1,400 euros per square meter.
The Assembly of Extremadura, in the street San Juan de Dios, in the center of Mérida, is in a residential environment with houses in block, in which the 80-100 meters predominate, for what an average of 100,000 euros is paid .