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Solvia real estate launches a campaign with discounted housing from 20,900 euros

Solvia real estate launches a campaign with discounted housing from 20,900 euros

Solvia real estate has launched 1,800 properties at very adjusted prices, as part of a recent campaign. The properties of Solvia’s new campaign are located throughout Spain. The Spanish regions with the most number of properties are Valencia region (450 properties), Catalonia (311), Andalusia (277), Madrid (251), Castilla-La Mancha (144), Galicia (125), Murcia (62), Asturias (41) and Balearic Islands (38).

Alicante, Malaga and Madrid (with more than 200 properties in both cases), are the Spanish provinces where the offer of Solvia is higher. So, if you are considering to buy a property in one of this provinces, this could represent a great opportunity.

It is possible to find as part of this campaign homes with a discounted price from 20,900 euros

It is possible to find as part of this campaign homes with a discounted price from 20,900 euros, as well as an average price of 110,300 euros. In addition, this Solvia campaign also includes garages at 8,600 euros and 23m2 on average, and storage rooms for 2,400 euros on average and 6m2 on average.

This campaign could be considered as an example of the great opportunities that the Spanish property market continues offering to potential buyers and investors interested in the Spanish real estate sector.

Source and images: Solvia (Solvia.es).

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