There are a lot of things that happen in the background when you are buying a Valencia Property. Your agent, lawyer, mortgage company and bank are all doing things to make your purchase as smooth as possible and many of those things you may know about but never see. However, in this post we are looking at the little things you will need to do that may come as a surprise at each stage of the process of purchase
We are currently working with plenty of clients looking for their perfect Valencia Property. In this article we are going to concentrate on a general question; What are you looking for in your Valencia Property search? Something that is quirky, practical or with potential? We'll also offer you some examples of each.
People keep asking us what is going on in the Valencia Property Market so I thought it was time to make a video to answer some of the questions we get asked. It's a ten minute video so grab yourself a cup of coffee and take a look
For people coming into Spain from Northern Europe, the Gulf States and the USA buying a property in Valencia is a great way to find a good place to live at a decent price and still be able to afford a lifestyle when you get here. What you pay for the house though is not your only cost. You also have taxes, costs, commissions and legal fees. We have written before about how it actually works out cheaper to buy a property in Valencia long term despite the upfront costs because the ongoing costs are low
For those of you who might have been away or not able to get to Valencia recently you may not have seen the changes that have happened recently. Projects such as the increasing number of bike lanes, the pedestrianisation of the town hall square, the new building projects on the edge of the city, the revamped Plaza Redonda and even the roof on the Levante football stadium... things are changing.
We are getting a lot of enquiries recently from clients wanting homes that will allow their extended family to live there comfortably, dual family homes. The ideal in this scenario is a two level house with the two floors being independent of each other, but we are also being asked for two properties on one plot and two apartments next to each other or even larger apartments that have been merged into one. As Valencia Property finders this gets us looking as we think this is becoming a trend