Only 10% of empty homes are in large cities

Olivia Smith

Cristina Montalvo

One in seven existing homes in Spain is not inhabited. This is clear from the latest update of the housing census that has just been published by the National Institute of Statistics and that estimates 3.8 million residential properties that are empty. They represent 14.4% of the 26,623,708 registered homes, according to the INE. The percentage is somewhat higher than that registered ten years earlier, which stood at 13.7%, according to the 2011 census figures.

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