The international financial funds have increased by 12 times their investment in the Spanish economy in 2013. Most of these financial assets were invested in local real estate market.
You can talk about a sharp increase in foreign investment during the past 2013. The total amount of international investments in real estate in Spain amounted to 5,211 million euros, which is a record for the period of economic crisis in the country. This amount represents 37 % of total cash investment in the Spanish economy, made over 2013 by financial, banking and other institutions , which in total approached the 13,935 million euros. 95 % of the total investment in Spain in 2013 was made by the international financial funds. At the same time, 33 % of the amount of 5,211 million euros accounted for Spanish ” bad bank ” La Sareb and other governmental organizations .
Many citizens decided to postpone investment in Spanish real estate, but the financial funds, both foreign and national , behaved contrary and have invested heavily in real estate in Spain during 2013. So large that they exceeded by 12 times the size of the investment in the year 2012. This phenomenon can be explained by the fact that the Spanish economy is showing clear signs of recovery and exit from the crisis and stabilize prices in the market. That is, experts predict is stopped to reduce the cost of property in Spain this year and the beginning of a rise in prices since 2015 . Which means that today is very advantageous to buy a house or apartment in Spain for the purpose of resale and income. Or buy the coveted home on the Mediterranean coast for many private investors currently seem more real and cost less than 2-3 years ago.
In addition, 2,733 million euros of the total investment in Spain was directed at the financial sector of the country, which also needs the support of foreign financial institutions. 1,733 million euros – in the industrial sector , 1.172 million – for the development of the national infrastructure and 362 million euros were invested in the technology sector and the