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Briefly: Find out which four Valencian municipalities are the ones with the biggest price increase

Briefly: Find out which four Valencian municipalities are the ones with the biggest price increase

June 05, 2019

According to the barometer of the real estate market in the Valencian Community, carried out by a real estate entity, the average price of housing in this region rose by 4.58%. Although, when separating data by municipalities, the sale prices are far apart, reaching over 365,000 euros difference between the most expensive and the cheapest municipality, and the coastal areas are those that register higher prices. Thus, the province of Alicante has two of the locations with the most expensive homes in the region: Altea and Jávea, followed closely by Alfàs del Pi. On the other hand, in the most economical strip are Carlet (Valencia), Almoradí (Alicante) and Algemesí (Valencia).

Regarding the provincial capitals, Valencia has an average price that is close to 193,000 euros, Alicante ranks second with about 167,000 and, finally, is Castellón de la Plana with an average of more than 119,000 euros. In general, the study points to a price increase trend in the Valencia Region from January to April 2019, in purchase with the same period last year, with the exception of Requena, Carcaixent, Villena and Xàtiva, which make up the ranking of municipalities that have experienced a decrease compared to last year. The most significant price increase occurs in Bigastro (Alicante) which grows 25.22% compared to the first quarter of last year. They are followed by Valencian Paiporta (+ 23.94%), Alfafar (+ 23.38%), Quart de Poblet (21.70%) or Burjassot (21.19%), all of them located in the most economical price range.

 

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