The room will have more than 15,000 houses for sale, as announced by Antonio González Noaín during the presentation to the media, president of Planner Exhibitions, the organizing company of SIMA fairs.
If 2017 was an exceptional year in terms of the increase in the number of visas for new buildings, in the sale-purchase of houses or in the contracting of mortgages on dwellings, everything seems to indicate that 2018 will not be far behind. With the reactivation of the sector, shyly initiated between the end of 2013 and the beginning of 2014, when the adjustment curve in the value of the houses changed the trend, it’s happening a consolidation phase of residential activity, clearly pointing to the fact that the real estate sector has entered a new expansion cycle driven by the improvement of macroeconomic indicators, the recovery of employment and the rebound in housing demand.
"These are facts that speak for themselves of the deep evolution experienced by the sector in recent years, mainly since 2013 when the crisis hit bottom. And SIMA has been a faithful reflection of this new real estate context," says Eloy Bohúa, general director of Planner Exhibitions, organizing company of SIMA fairs. In his opinion, "there is no need to talk about reactivation but about the clear consolidation of residential activity. Also the fair has entered in new cycle, as they demonstrate the growth of two digits in our main indicators".