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The rental offer in a shared apartment shoots up 34% and the price rises 3%

Date: September 27, 2023 Time: 23:31:50

The increases in the rental price that all of Spain has experienced have forced some tenants to have to rent the rest of the rooms in their houses. However, the offer of shared flats has warned of 34% due to the rejection that has been generated to the purchase of a home due to the increase in the Euribor.

However, when demand rises, so does the price, so now the rent in a shared apartment increases by 3% to 350 euros per month. The greatest increase in supply has been in Castellón de la Plana, where it has grown by 156%, followed by Almería, where it has increased by 98% and slightly less in Alicante (81%), Lleida (77%), Albacete (68% ) or Murcia (67%).

In this way, in all the provincial capitals there is a greater supply of available rooms than a year ago, except in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, where it has been reduced by 31%, indicates Idealista. In Barcelona the increase has been 63%, while in Madrid it has been only 10% more. The smallest increases have been seen in Vitoria (1%), León (5%) and Palencia (5%).

The price increase in Barcelona exceeds that of Madrid

In relation to the movements in the available offer and the increases in the rental price, the prices in the capitals have been mostly bullish, points out the real estate portal.

Ávila and Palma, two capitals that share the highest percentage increase in Spain (+19%): They are followed by increases in Castellón de la Plana (16%), Málaga (14%), Seville, Cádiz and Pamplona (13% in all three cases). In Barcelona, ​​prices have become more expensive by 8%, while in Madrid they have become a little softer, with an increase of 7%.

San Sebastián is the only city in which the price of rooms has fallen in the last year, falling by 2%. In a total of six capitals, prices remained unchanged in the last 12 months: Palencia, Segovia, Cáceres, Salamanca, Huelva and Almería.

Barcelona is the city with the most expensive room rentals in Spain, since they reach 485 euros per month on average. They are followed by Palma (475 euros), San Sebastián (450 euros), Madrid (450 euros), Málaga (400 euros), Bilbao (400 euros) and Pamplona (395 euros).

Ciudad Real is, on the other hand, the cheapest city among those analyzed by Idealista (180 euros per month), followed by Badajoz (199 euros), Zamora, Palencia, Lugo and Cáceres (200 euros in the four cities).

The profile of the people who share a flat

People who share a flat in Spain have a profile similar to what they had last year, says Idealista. The average age, however, has risen, up to 34 years. They are also tenants who live in the center of large cities, do not smoke or allow smoking in the home and do not have or have a pet.

The average age of the inhabitants of a shared apartment varies depending on the geographical area. The inhabitants with the highest average age are found in Cádiz (with an average of 58 years), followed by Vitoria (44 years), Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Pontevedra and Palencia (40 years in all three cases).

In Madrid and Barcelona the average age is 32 years, but the cities of Córdoba (26 years), Granada (27 years), Salamanca, Ciudad Real, Seville and Valencia (28 years in the four cities) have the most tenants. youths.

Hot zones for the supply of rooms

54% of the offers of rooms for rent are located in the city of Madrid (26% of the total), Barcelona (12%), Valencia (9%) and Seville (7%).

They are followed by the markets of Zaragoza (4%), Granada (4%), Córdoba (3%) and Salamanca (3%). The sum of the 30 provincial capitals in which there are fewer rooms would only account for 13% of the total available park.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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