The 4.1% of the population in Spain said that probably they will buy a house in 2012. This is the result of a survey made by CIS (Spanish Centre of Sociological Research) to make the ICC (Index of Confidence Consumers). This is a very low percentage, but it is higher than last month’s percentage. Servimedia report us that last month’s percentage of Spaniards which were thinking of buying a new house was around the 3.9%.
But all news are not good. 69.9% of Spaniards think that probably their familiar economie’s situation will be the same or worst in the next six months. This is a worrying perspective because when the crisis was hiting very strong during the beginning of 2009 year, the percentage of this question it was not high as nowadays.
ICC (Index of Confidence Consumers) fell 2.7 points in January. The final result was 68.3 points, very low perspective, because a positive perception for the economy is around 100 points. This survey report us that 57.6% of Spaniard people don’t have enough money to finish the month.
Erik Rios Salazar