According to data provided by the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ) this Monday, the number of issuances or evictions in Spain reached 11,072 procedures in the first quarter of the year, only 1% more than the same period last year. . ,
Three out of four (7,625, or 68.9% of the total) were the result of procedures obtained from urban lease law (LAU), while another 2,755 (24.9%) were derived from foreclosures; The remaining 692 were due to other reasons.
Releases from foreclosures increased by 8.1% compared to the same quarter of 2021, while releases from Urban Leasing Law decreased by 3.1%, and releases produced for other reasons increased by 25.6%.
Catalonia, leader in expulsion
CataloniaWho? 2,410 ProcessesAutonomous communities, at 21.8% of the total, had the largest number of launches in the first quarter, followed by communities valencianachoice 1.863; Andalusiawith 1,858, and madridCon 1.005.
In terms of evictions due to non-payment of rent, Catalonia ranks first with 1,702, 22.3%, followed by Andalusia with 1,224; Valencian Community, with 1,054, and Madrid, with 869; Because of the foreclosure, the classification is led by the Valencian community, with 741, followed by Andalusia, with 508; Catalonia, with 435, and Murcia, with 192.
Between January and March, 6,410 foreclosures were filed, 12% less than in the first quarter of 2021, with Andalusia as the community the most procedures (1,431), 22.3% of the total:
It is followed by Catalonia, with 1,251; Valencian Community, with 1,042, and Madrid, with 741.
The CGPJ highlights in its note that if the number of foreclosures per 100,000 residents is concerned, the Valencian community differs at a rate of 20.5; Murcia, with 19, and Andalusia, with 16.5.
Catalonia, the community where people are disenfranchised the most