CHART 1. TITLE: More Spanish speaking etate agents responded than English-speaking
SUBTITLE: Both English and Spanish-speaking estate agents were surveyed
PIE CHART SHOWING: 160 English-speaking estate agents and 216 Spanish-speaking estate agents
CHART 2. TITLE: Compared to Q1 2014 do you feel more or less confident about the Spanish property market?
TWO PIE CHARTS SHOWING: Spanish Same: 29% More: 67% Less: 8% / English Same: 18% More: 77% Less: 5%
CHART 3. TITLE: Compared to Q1 2014 are you making more or fewer property sales?
TWO PIE CHARTS SHOWING: Spanish Same: 34% More: 56% Less: 10% / English Same: 31% More: 57% Less: 12%
CHART 4. TITLE: Compared to Q1 2014 are property prices increasing or decreasing?
TWO PIE CHARTS SHOWING: Spanish Same: 57% More: 18% Less: 25% / English Same: 49% More: 34% Less: 17%
CHART 5. TITLE: Compared to Q1 2014 are there more or fewer foreign property buyers?
TWO PIE CHARTS SHOWING: Spanish Same: 38% More: 59% Less: 4% / English Same: 28% More: 64% Less: 8%
CHART 6. TITLE: What caused your change in confidence over the past 12 months?
SUBTITLE: English and Spanish-speaking estate agents have different perceptions about why the market has changed
TWO BAR CHARTS SHOWING:
stronger sterling 30%
improved buyer confidence 20%
increased marketing 20%
low property prices 13%
improving economy 6%
more foreign buyers 6%
increased marketing 26%
improved buyer confidence 21%
low property prices 18%
improving economy 13%
more foreign buyers 10%
stronger sterling 10%
CHART 7. NEEDS TO SHOW: Map of mainland Spain, Canary islands & Balearic islands with colour coded provinces
TTILE: The Hottest Areas of Spain
SUBTITLE: Areas where estate agents expressed their confidence in an improving market
More confident than average (38%) 'hottest colour'
Average confidence improvement (25%)
Less confident than average (16%)
No confidence improvement (0%) 'coolest colour'
No data for other areas / provinces - leave white / blank