This has been an enormously busy week. Lots of clients coming into the region looking for property and many new properties up for sale and rent. So here are a few of the new properties on the site and the links back to them to see all of the photos.
Firstly another property in La Pobla De Vallbona with the huge advantage of living a few doors away from me ;-).
Next a really nicely put together flat overlooking the Mosen Sorrell market in the heart of Valencia. Two bedrooms and one bathroom with a very large living area and lots of light.
This lovely flat in the centre of Valencia right near to the station and the Plaza Del Ayuntamiento has two bedrooms and two bathrooms and is very stylish. The perfect bolthole in the centre of the city
The question at the moment therefore is what is the process. The system for getting a NIE number has now changed somewhat. In Valencia you need to go to the police station in Calle Bailen behind the railway station with the following form filled in, two copies. A copy of your passport and the original. Once submitted you have to wait eight to ten days to go back and pick it up after paying the 9.18 Euros fee at a bank.
Getting a NIE is an essential part of the buying process so it is worth doing it even if you have not found the property you want yet.
Next of course is that you need to find the property you want and, once checked for legality and other issues, put down a deposit. From the date of the deposit you will have between 30 and 90 days to complete depending on the agreement between the buyer and seller.