The average price according to the real estate portal is 189,375 euros

Zaragoza, the ninth most sought-after city in Spain to buy a home

Móstoles is in first place, followed by Madrid, Getafe, Valencia and Alcalá de Henares, according to a study by Idealista

Redacción Friday, June 28, 2024 / 19:51

Zaragoza has positioned itself as the ninth most in-demand city in Spain to buy a home during the first quarter of 2024 , with high demand pressure on supply according to a study by Idealista. The price to purchase a home in the Aragonese capital, based on the data from the real estate portal, is positioned at an average of 189,375 euros .

This ranking once again highlights the cities on the outskirts of Madrid as the areas with the greatest pressure on the existing stock on the market, which surpass and share interest with the main provincial capitals. In first place is Móstoles, which surpasses Madrid , which is in second position, followed by Getafe . Alcalá de Henares is in fifth place, surpassed by Valencia.

In sixth place is Santa Cruz de Tenerife , followed by Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Torrent (Valencia), the aforementioned Zaragoza and in tenth place Barcelona . Behind them, more capitals stand out among the localities with the greatest pressure of demand on their existing supply, such as Seville (11), Malaga (13), Santander (15) , Huelva (16), Palma (17), Almería (20), Alicante (21) or A Coruña (22).


While the search for housing to buy is concentrated in the large cities, whether capitals or suburbs, the highest prices among these most sought-after locations in Spain are found mainly in the areas of the Mediterranean coast and in both archipelagos.

The undeniable leadership of Benahavís , on the Costa del Sol in Malaga, with average prices that already exceed 2.23 million euros, is joined by the already well-known million-dollar trio formed by Calvià (1.67 million) in Mallorca, Marbella ( 1.49 million) and Sotogrande (1.17 million) .

The first municipalities to approach this poker of rich and sought-after areas on the coast are both two Alicante towns, such as Altea (961,000 euros) and Jávea (850,000 euros) , as well as two Barcelona towns, in Sitges (736,000 euros) or Castelldefels (647,000 euros). ) , where its neighbor Sant Cugat del Vallès (834,500 euros) sneaks in, more focused on residential areas on the outskirts of the Catalan capital.

Both Adeje (681,500 euros), in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and Llucmajor (671,000 euros), in Palma, reflect the demand on the coast in both the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. On the other hand, the first capitals with the highest total prices are Palma (641,200 euros) , ahead of San Sebastián (570,200 euros), Madrid (509,600) or Barcelona (398,300) .

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