The number of tourists seeking holiday rentals in the Canary Islands rose in January compared to the same month in 2011, according to Holiday Lettings.co.uk.
Overall enquiries were up by 14%, showing an increased interest in the Canaries as a winter sun destination which has been matched by those looking to invest. And the good news for those considering a property investment in the region is that property in the Canary Islands has largely held its value, falling by 3.1 per cent, a much smaller decline than the Spanish national average of 6.6%.
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