Everyone is different and everyone has their own story. We get some amazing stories from our clients and potential clients about why they chose to come to Valencia and we thought we would share some of the more typical, and maybe a little untypical, ones in this post. Take a look.
At Valencia Property we deal with international real estate clients day in day out. The demand for property to rent and buy in Valencia is currently huge and the demand for areas around the city in the commuter belt is growing every day. Relocating to Valencia is something that moreContinue reading
There are many reasons that a person decides to settle in a place to live. Family ties, inertia and work are three of the obvious ones. However over recent years Lifestyle Design has become much more important. As we become more mobile and the world is shrunk by better communications in terms of both the internet and transport connections we have greater choice in life. If you are able to make a choice and are not tied down to your traditional hometown or a life driven by work and commuting why would you choose Valencia? Well, we have put together a not so short list for you. Let’s present, just for you, 112 Reasons to move to Valencia.
We are so lucky here but many of us are not here through an accident of birth, through family connections or because life has just happened to us. “Lifestyle Design” is a reality for many of us and this week I will be introducing you to yet another new businessContinue reading
Obviously there are lots of places to go snowboarding in Spain. The ski stations in Spain are high and currently absolutely replete with snow. You can go South to Granada and the Sierra Nevada, head inland from Valencia to teruel, check out the Picos de Europa or go to the more obvious Pyrenees along the boarder with France. However this post has nothing to do with skiing, snowboarding or anything else done on the white stuff, not even making snowmen.
I was listening to one of the interviews in our audiobooks whilst driving in my car yesterday and was struck by a commentary made by Nick Snelling. Are you coming to Spain to upgrade your lifestyle or upgrade your house? What is your reason for coming to Spain?