It is the Spanish autonomous community where it has grown the most
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The Spanish autonomous community where it has grown the most, 34.8% Compared to 7.3% of the national average, the sale of homes in the last year, followed by a distance, with 16.1%, by the Valencian Community, has informed the General Council of Notaries.
This rise has been
42.5% in the case of single-family homes.
the price per square meter has risen 3.8% in the annual rate at the national levelin the Canary Islands it has done so by 22.1%, the largest increase in the country, the Council details this Thursday in a statement.
The incorporation of new companies has decreased by 4.0% year-on-year at the national level, although in the Canary Islands it has increased by 13.9%.
At the regional level,
mortgage loans for home purchase grew in 10 communities, 7.6% in the case of the Canary Islands, where the average amount rose by 8.3% in the annual rate.
Data from the Statistical Information Center of Notaries also reveal that in May 2022
the incorporation of companies fell by 4.0% year-on-yearto 9,274 new companies, while in the Canary Islands it grew by 13.9%.