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A decade after bubble, Spanish real estate a hot buy again

A shopping mall under construction in Madrid. Spanish shopping malls offer owners a yield of 4.25 per cent, compared with 3.75 per cent in Berlin, Frankfurt and Paris, says broker Knight Frank.


SPANISH real estate is hot property once again.

Investment in malls, warehouses and offices this year is set to reach the highest since 2007, just before the bursting of a decade-long property bubble tipped the economy into the worst slump in the nation's democratic history...

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