Average rental price map: in which province is it more expensive?
The Government of the PSOE and United We Can want to carry out a new Housing Law, whose most outstanding measure is the regulation of rental prices. Although, the law is stuck by the negative report of the General Council of the Judiciary, which sees legal loopholes with the new norm.
In Spain, the average rental price It is at 674 euros per month. Within the Housing Law, a young rent bonus of 250 euros is also foreseen. Now, the approval of the law will have to wait, at least, at the end of January.
In spite of everything, in our country it does not stand out for the high rate of rental housing. In fact, only 24% are of this type, a percentage that is below the European Union, which is 30, according to Eurostat.
Although, the trend in the last two decades has been to increase rental housing. It has gone from almost 14% to 18% in 2004, according to a survey of living conditions by the National Institute of Statistics.
In which provinces is housing rent more expensive?
The rental price in Spain is not uniform and there are great contrasts. It has nothing to do with housing Madrid with Lugo. To better understand the wide differences, the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda has developed a housing rental index, based on the 2018 income tax returns.
The result is that Madrid and Guipuzcoa These are the provinces where the rent per square meter is the most expensive. In the capital of Spain, the average level is 780 euros per month, compared to 730 for the Basque. behind is Barcelona with 694 euros per month, followed by Biscay with 652 and Baleares in 624 euros.
On the other side of the scale there are other provinces such as Castellón, which is priced at 360 euros per month and is the cheapest. To this must be added Lugo with 363 euros, Real city with 367 and Avila and Zamora, tied both with 380 euros.
What is the average rental price by cities
The same index of Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda The average rental price in cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants is also collected.
The result suggests that in the Madrid’s community there are six cities in the 1st most expensive. The cities are: Madrid, Alcobendas, Alcorcón, Torrejón de Ardoz, Móstoles and Alcalá de Henares.
Thus, the capital of Spain has an average price of 848 euros per month compared to 803 in Barcelona, the second most expensive city.