We consistently get asked questions by clients and many of those questions we get over and over again. So once more it’s time to answer some of your questions and also some of the questions we see regularly on social media especially in Facebook groups where they get answered by “Experts*” and yes we have a footnote for that.
We have just produced the final episode of the first series of the Valencia Property podcast (You can listen to all the episodes here). We are not finishing with the Podcast we are just going to a new schedule as it has been majorly successful for us as a marketing tool and we love doing it as it gives us more of a connection with our clients. It’s amazing how many people listen to podcasts these days.
So today we are going to look back at what we have done so far on the podcast, tell you where to find those episodes, look at what the podcast has done for us as a company and look at the state of the property market through the lens of the properties we have sold this year, in terms of prices, availability, nationalities buying and a whole lot more.
Those of you who listen to our podcast might have heard most of this post in the last episode. You too can hear it here along with a lot more information (Also make sure to subscribe for more episodes as they are released each Friday) However, we thought it was better to release this information here too as the more knowledge you have the better informed your decision to purchase Valencia Property will be and it might make more sense written down as there are lots of ifs, buts, maybes and numbers involved.
We are getting a lot of interest in townhouses at the moment as many of them offer that perfect blend of space, facilities, value for money and character. On Friday I went to show the townhouse featured in the main image here just to the South of Gandia and I’ve got to say it was rather stunning. Totally modernised in a stylish way retaining the original features such as the original floors and the arched doorways.
However, I also went to see a similar property around the corner but this one required a modernisation. It had a nice facade requiring a bit of a paint but also a litany of issues inside. Read on about the difference because you get all or nothing.
We have moved into the New Year in Valencia with speed. The first week back after the New Year is not really a work week, everything starts after Epiphany, the 6th of January, also known as Kings’ Day in Spain. And in that week we have sold four properties, had two property completions signed, started the plans for two modernisations on apartments, made a whole new Podcast series, identified new opportunities for our clients, listed 15 new properties and made upgrades to the website that mean we can feature price drops and new information in a much better way. 2021 finished with a ridiculous number of enquiries and 2022 has started with even more. I think we are 5x up on last year’s enquiries at the moment as I write this half way through the month which isn’t a bad start by anyone’s standards.
Finally the kids are back at school, people are back at work and everything starts to get back to normal except… oh yeah Covid. Pesky thing isn’t it. The long holidays are over and ust like every year we look to start the year strongly. This week we have a large number of clients in Valencia looking for properties both inside and outside the ity and we have put our Covid protocols into place due to the large numbers of cases at the moment: Masks required at all times, own transport to follow the agent if using cars outside of the city and plenty of cafes at outdoor pavement cafes to explain things. We have also started a couple of new projects one of which we can reveal today below
The podcast that we refer to here is 18 minutes to save you a fortune on buying your house for sale in Spain.