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Real Estate Mortgages. Number, capital and paid-off. By type of properties

Real Estate Mortgages. Number, capital and paid-off. By type of properties Catalonia. 2021 (p)
Value Variation (%)
Mortgaged properties (thousands) 88.0 22.4
Urban properties 87.3 22.5
dwellings 69.8 27.6
plots 0.9 20.6
other 16.6 4.9
Rural properties 0.7 6.5
Borrowed capital (thousands €M) 15.7 12.4
Urban properties 15.6 12.4
dwellings 11.3 13.8
plots 0.9 30.0
other 3.3 4.2
Rural properties 0.1 13.2
Paid-off mortgages (thousands) 76.4 32.8
Urban properties 75.6 33.2
dwellings 55.5 33.5
plots 1.5 56.2
other 18.6 30.5
Rural properties 0.7 7.8
Source: INE. Mortgage Statistics.
(p) Provisional data.
Real Estate Mortgages. Number, capital and paid-off. By type of properties Spain. 2021 (p)
Value Variation (%)
Mortgaged properties (thousands) 557.0 19.4
Urban properties 543.9 19.7
dwellings 417.5 23.6
plots 7.6 27.4
other 118.8 7.2
Rural properties 13.1 8.7
Borrowed capital (thousands €M) 82.4 17.6
Urban properties 80.2 17.9
dwellings 57.6 26.5
plots 4.5 26.1
other 18.1 -4.3
Rural properties 2.2 7.4
Paid-off mortgages (thousands) 539.9 31.8
Urban properties 522.3 32.1
dwellings 372.5 34.0
plots 11.5 18.6
other 138.3 28.5
Rural properties 17.6 22.4
Source: INE. Mortgage Statistics.
(p) Provisional data.

Last update: February 24, 2022.

Monthly data

Methodological note

The Mortgage Statistics include information about the number of mortgaged real estate items, the value of the loans and the number of properties which have paid off their mortgages in the property register.

Real Estate Mortgages refer to rural and urban properties (dwellings, plots and other).

The reference date is the date of registration in the Property Register.

The source of information is the Mortgage Statistics produced by the INE, which gathers data from the Colegio de Registradores de la Propiedad, Mercantiles y Bienes Muebles de España, thus giving greater coverage and a higher response rate. The data have been updated with a new base from January 2003. This quantitative leap needs to be taken into account when analysing year-on-year change.