THE property market in Alicante Province has become vibrant again after five years of decline according to figures released by the national statistics institute (INE).
INE says that last November 2,029 operations were registered, the highest number since 2007, while in the rest of Spain sales and purchases dropped, with figures for the month for the rest of the country showing just 21,847 operations.
In the entire Valencia Region, November turned out to be the second worst month for property deals since the same period in 2011, with just 3,651 deals being done.
In the country as a whole, INE says that all regions experienced a drop if property sales during November 2013, except in the Canary Islands and Navarra where they rose by 13.5% and 9.7% respectively
Source: Costa News