The market for rented rooms grows by 50% in one year

The market for rented rooms grows by 50% in one year


Shared apartments, which still have a special market place among students and young people who cannot live independently, have gained a significant market share in Barcelona in recent years. First with the growing number of seniors unable to rent on their own, and then with the huge number of digital nomads, expats and other people looking for a temporary rooftop on limited budgets, which has led to the emergence of professional management of this type of accommodation. The result is that this real estate sector has grown relentlessly, taking up 50% of the available supply in the Catalan capital last year. A report by Idealista also reveals that the barrage of advertising has not stopped prices, which are up 10% year-on-year.





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