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A man walks his dog through the new and empty streets of Ciudad Quesada. The roads and infrastructure of new Spanish towns are constructed before the houses themselves, and many have stalled in recent years due to the economic downturn. Over the past decade, housing prices in Spain have tripled. But now the housing bubble has burst, leaving home developers and buyers at a standstill.