Macroeconomic fundamentals are favouring Madrid. Its robust GDP, stable prices, the upturn in the job market and its dynamic business sector have placed the capital firmly on the European map and are buoying its growth prospects.
Only the forthcoming December General Elections could temper these prospects, which are creating an air of expectancy until results are finally in. However, given the conviction that we have a pro-business government, there continues to be plenty of activity and this is showing no signs of abating.
Source : Knight Frank