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9 September 2014 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo

With prices up for the first time in six years, the Spanish housing market may be near the end of the slump. But real estate remains expensive, transactions are scarce and there is a glut of supply. On the demand side, falling wages and high unemployment will temper the recovery.

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