The Valencian Community was the seventh cheapest autonomy, behind Castilla-La Mancha:
882 euros per square meter. The second-hand real estate market in the Comunitat in December 2017 had an average price of 1,305 euros per square meter, which represents a decrease of 0.04 percent compared to November, while a year-on-year increase of 0.73 %, the least marked in the country.
This is stated in a report by Pisos.com that points out that every six months, the price of second-hand housing rose by 2.40% in the Region and quarterly, by 1.29%. In this way, the Valencian Community was the seventh cheapest autonomy, behind Castilla-La Mancha (882 euros per square meter).
By provinces, in the month of December, the provinces of Alicante (0.74%) and Valencia (0.41%) picked up slightly, while Castellón (-0.15%) showed one of the least significant falls in the country. Compared to last year, Alicante (2.42%) was the fifth Spanish province that grew the most, with both Valencia (-1.18%) and Castellón (-3.60%) dropping.
In terms of prices, Alicante was the most expensive province of autonomy with an average price of 1,496 euros per square meter, while Valencia and Castellón were somewhat cheaper, with an average value of 1,160 euros per square meter and 1,084 euros per meter square, respectively.
Regarding the Valencian capitals, Alicante (1.01%) was the second Spanish capital where the price of second-hand housing rose the most, and Valencia (0.94%) the third. On the other hand, Castellón de la Plana (-0.34%) fell slightly.
Compared to December 2016, Alicante (2.86%) showed the sixth highest rise in Spain, and Valencia (2.13%), the ninth. As for Castellón de la Plana (-2.86%), it fell in contained form.
Moraira, the most expensive municipality in the Community
On the other hand, regarding the Valencian municipalities, Alfafar, with a rise of 16.89%, ranked first in the national list of quarterly increases. In the zone of the descents, Alberic (-7.19%), was the Spanish town that led the national ranking of falls.
Also, in 2017, Alfafar again stood out as the fourteenth highest municipality in the country (+ 15.58%), while Paiporta (-13.74%), was the locality of the region that adjusted the most in this period.
In terms of prices, the Alicante town of Moraira was the most expensive municipality in the Valencian Community with an average price of 2,578 euros per square meter, while the Valencian municipality of Carlet was the fifth cheapest in Spain, with an average value of 612 euros per square meter.
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