At a fixed rate! How media inflate the rental bubble

In December of 2017, a video of an “investment expert” and a “real estate expert” went viral. The grotesque spectacle of these chatters gave laughter to thousands of people and the video reached four million visits. But that hilarious video hid a very worrisome reality: the economy and generalists are…

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Housing is not a privilege

In Spain there are 31,000 people without a home. We call this social problem ‘homelessness’. Approaching social reality in a different way requires new words, new looks. Speaking of ‘homelessness’ instead of talking about homeless people means having a broader view not only of the problem but, above all, of…

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Laws that inflate the rent bubble

At the end of 2011 the Popular Party comes to the Government, and with it new legislative reforms to give a little more air to a speculative bubble that it was hard to start and that was necessary to make tiny green buds bloom, enough to be able to speak…

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The rent boom turns against landlords: tenants’ delinquency grows

In 2014, the year in which minimums were marked, until 2017, rental prices have skyrocketed by 25% throughout Spain. The increase is especially significant in cities such as Madrid and Barcelona, with increases of 33% and 54%, respectively. The dynamics of the market is turning against the tenants, but also…

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The rent boom turns against landlords: tenants’ delinquency grows

In 2014, the year in which minimums were marked, until 2017, rental prices have skyrocketed by 25% throughout Spain. The increase is especially significant in cities such as Madrid and Barcelona, with increases of 33% and 54%, respectively. The dynamics of the market is turning against the tenants, but also…

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The rent boom turns against landlords: tenants’ delinquency grows

In 2014, the year in which minimums were marked, until 2017, rental prices have skyrocketed by 25% throughout Spain. The increase is especially significant in cities such as Madrid and Barcelona, with increases of 33% and 54%, respectively. The dynamics of the market is turning against the tenants, but also…

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Budgets are a tool to buy votes

It is often said that the General Budgets of the State are the instrument with which we have democratically endowed ourselves, on the one hand, to finance the provision of those services common to all citizens and, on the other hand, to redistribute income from the rich to the poor.…

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