A new article by The Huffington Weighs In has revealed some fascinating statistics on renting in Spain.
As the title indicates, renting a home is no longer free, but there are some important factors to consider when choosing a property.
It’s not just for rent: According to a survey conducted by El País newspaper, the average price for a rental property in Spain in 2017 was €1,532, which is approximately $2,500 USD.
While the average number of years that a rental can be rented is up a few years from 2015, it is still cheaper than buying an apartment.
The average cost of renting a house is slightly lower: As of 2017, the typical monthly rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Madrid was €2,086.
While this is lower than the average monthly rent of €3,945 for a one-bedroom house, the number of people renting this apartment is still growing.
You can buy a rental apartment for more than the current rent: There are many rental properties available in Spain which have a lower rent than the Spanish average.
This is because the average rent for these properties has been steadily increasing for years.
The number of properties available to rent in the city of Barcelona has grown from 9 in 2017 to 31 in 2019.
The largest rental properties are located in Madrid and Barcelona.
The majority of the properties are for rent for one to three months per year.
The total value of these properties in Barcelona is €4.9 billion, which means the average annual rent is €1.9 million.
The properties in Madrid, which are located further away from the capital, have an average rental price of €2.4 million per year, while the properties in Catalonia are the same, but their average rent is only €1 million per annum.
You are able to live in a more compact space: There is no shortage of housing in Spain, but the number and quality of housing has also been declining.
For example, in 2017, there were 1,400 properties that were listed for sale in the Spanish capital.
The most popular housing types are detached houses, but even these houses are becoming increasingly more compact.
This can be seen in the trend towards small and medium-sized flats.
The trend is evident in the number, size and price of housing sold in 2017 in Madrid alone.
The price of one- and two-bedrooms in the capital rose by over 40 percent in the first five months of 2018, and by over 70 percent in 2019, with the average house in the region selling for around €1m.
The property market is also a bit less affordable in Spain now than it was in 2000, but this is not necessarily a bad thing as the average property costs about the same in Spain as it did in the early 1990s.
You’re able to rent out your apartment to other people: The average monthly rental in Spain for a single person is €2 per month.
This means that renting a flat is a relatively affordable option for individuals with limited income.
The median monthly rent is currently €1 per month, which gives a number of renters who have less than €20,000 in their bank accounts a better option than renting their apartment out to others.
This allows for an increase in their income in the short term, and can also increase their monthly rental income over time.
However, this can have a negative effect on your rent in future, as you may end up paying a higher monthly rent.
The rent you pay is the lowest in Europe: The median rent in Spain is currently about €1 a month, according to the Institute of Sociology at the Universidad de Barcelona.
This average is lower by almost €5 per month in the cities of Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia.
This makes the median rent for renting a one bedroom in Barcelona the cheapest in the European Union.
The city of Madrid also has the highest median rent, at €1 at the end of 2018.
Renting a car can save you money: The majority and largest percentage of the renters in Spain have a car, and the average rental cost for a car in Spain was €3.6 million per month (see table below).
If you rent a car instead of renting an apartment, the rental cost of your car is lower.
This saves you money in the long run, because it means you can save on fuel and maintenance costs.
However you can still find a better rental for your car in some places, such as Valencia and Barcelona, because of low parking fees.
It costs more to rent a house: The cost of owning a house in Spain has been going up steadily since 2000, which has led to an increase of the average household income in Spain from €13,000 to €17,000.
In fact, the increase in the average salary for a house-