Valencia won the resale sector Valencia

Gorgeous. Valencia tops the resale list of properties in Spain according to Engel & Völkers, foreign agent. Valencia is the third largest city of Spain after Madrid and Barcelona with a population of around 800,000 and is famous for its arts, entertainment and sport, like many of the other major Spanish cities. apartments ner me

The Spain College of Property Registrars announced that 24.1% of international property transactions were made in Valencia during Q3. This underlines the fact that Valencia is, after The Balearics and the Canaries, one of the emerging regions and one of the most common locations for foreign buyers.

International buyers demand this strongly, including French, German, American and Chinese buyers. In the center of town are the most exclusive houses.

Families tend to like luxurious houses with several bedrooms here. L'Eixample central district, for example, is one of the city's most costly areas and costs €2,409 per square meter in the 3rd quarter of 2020.

In recent years, the Patacona, Cabanyal-Canyamelar and Malvarossa coastal districts have become highly attractive for customers, resulting in an unexpected increase in property prices.

Modern freehold apartments and large villas directly on the coast or with sea views are particularly sought-after where prices averaged €3,158 per sq meter for the first quarter of 2020. With its international charm and a growing reputation, the City of Arts and Sciences region is also one of the most attractive and modern places to live in Valencia.

Foreign buyers make up approximately 35% of property in Valencia, the bulk of which come from France, Russia, the United Kingdom and Italy. Overseas investors are mainly involved in exclusive villas and self-catering residences for second homes.

Is that not proof that Valencia is one of Europe's best places to buy property?


Paris property prices peak

The Paris property prices continued to increase steadily by 2020, with an average price of €10.460 per square meter for older apartments in 2020. Home Hunts, a luxury property search expert, says four sites are the most common. It is the Golden Triangle (in district 8 and 16), the Linz Bank in districts 6 and 7, the 18th and 17th districts near the Monceau Park, and Le Marais in districts 4. "The Golden Triangle is an excellent spot, near popular monuments and museums, parks, shops and restaurants, Director Tim Swannie explains.

The trendy Left Bank is renowned for its fine restaurants, lifestyle and shopping. In addition, it is secure, a top priority for many of our customers. Short- and long-term investments near Monceau Park are particularly sought after. North of the Arc de Triomphe, between the 8th and 17th arrondissements, and the most famous properties overlooking the park. Often because of the good international schools and friendly up-market culture, this area attracts families.

The Marais between the Bastille Memorial and the Pompidou Centre, is another common choice. "This is a trendy and young area with great shopping, chic bars and restaurants and a vibrant arts scene, and properties here are a good investment," said Tim. Agents expect that the Paris property price would increase significantly by approximately 3.5 percent in 2021.

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