Well, that is the question! This will depend upon your property location and the price you are looking to achieve for it. There are several other points to consider when deciding to sell. Firstly, the market may not behave the way you think it will over the next few months or even years. Other sellers may decide that they cannot wait any longer and place their property on the market at a much lower price than your property. The number of buyers may not change, and you will then be competing against a greater number of sellers. Secondly, exchange rates weigh heavily on both buyers and sellers (unless of course you are moving from elsewhere in the Eurozone) and if you are thinking of selling to move back to the UK, then now is a great time to sell… Remember, if you purchased your property in Spain during 2000 to 2010, the £/€ exchange rate would have been anywhere from 1.300 to 1.700, so although your property may have depreciated in value since then, what you are losing is very likely to be offset by the change in exchange rates, so remember this when trying to sell your property and adjust your sales price accordingly as this will help you to sell!
Whilst there are still those who are looking for a bargain property, be it distressed or a repossession, the majority of buyers are looking for the right property in the right location, and although price is and always will be a key factor, they are still buying for the same reasons they were several years ago - location, location, location!