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Valencia is the capital of the Costa del Azahar, otherwise known as the “Orange Blossom Coast”. A name inspired by the sweet orange citrus fragrance that infuses the Valencian spring air.
Two thirds of orange exports originate from the Valencia region, making it Europe’s largest orange producer. The landscape is famous for thousands of hectares of orange orchards that produce some 500 oranges per tree. A colour palate of delicate white blossoms in spring and bright orange in autumn adorn the orchards.
As Spain’s third largest city after Madrid and Barcelona, there’s much more to Valencia than its famous namesake oranges. Valencia is known for its City of Arts and Sciences, with architectural treasures in a variety of Spanish styles; including futuristic structures such as the planetarium, an oceanarium, an interactive museum as well as traditional Valencia apartments and houses. Valencia also has several beaches, including some within nearby Albufera Park, a wetlands reserve with a lake and walking trails.
Valencia lies on Spain’s southeastern coast, where the Turia River meets the Mediterranean Sea and enjoys the sought after climate typical of the Med-life. Great European connectivity from Valencia adds to the convenience of short flight times where you’ll find yourself in most parts of Europe and the UK within 2-3 hours. Budget airlines and competitive standard airline carriers’ means cheap and fast travel within Europe. By road, you can arrive in the centre of Madrid in less than an hour and a half on beautiful, wide EU-funded motorways.
Valencia has all the amenities and services expected from Spain’s third city and appeals to foreign buyers looking for houses for sale in Valencia with an appreciation for the blue flag beaches to the northeast of the city.
Valencia’s recent development has propelled its role as a growing hub for business and innovation. Investors and buyers from all over the world profitable investment by buying a commercial property in Valencia. Many large scale international and domestic companies are based in Valencia: Ford Motors, British Petroleum, Mercadona, Caixabank and Air Nostrum, to name a few.
As the fourth largest economy in Spain, Valencia accounts for 10% of Spanish gross domestic product (GDP). Valencia enjoys Spain’s fourth highest economic growth thanks to the improvement in the industrial sector, the increase in private consumption and investment, and the shift towards a more expansionary fiscal policy.
Valencia is the fifth Spanish community where it costs less to buy a house in Valencia according to index prices prepared by the Valuation Society. The index prices define the number of years it would take a citizen on an average salary to buy a home in Spain. The Spanish national average is 7.4 years, whereas to buy a home for sale in Valencia is 6 years. It takes 14.2 years on the national average salary to buy a Valencia villa on the Balearic Islands.
On average, prices of houses in Valencia continue to be less than half those of Barcelona and Madrid according to the Ministry of Development, National Institute of Statistics. Average prices in Valencia €1,743 per square metre compared with Barcelona €4,334 per square metre and Madrid €3,540 per square metre. Valencia’s most recent property prices showed an annual growth rate of 13%. The districts popular with foreign buyers interested in villas for sale in Valencia were Eixample and El Pla de Real – both areas reported price rises of 10% and 13% respectively.
Variations in average prices of homes in Valencia across districts of the city show Ciutat Vella at €1,978 per square metre and Rascanya at €850. Comparatively the area of Tinsa has witnessed a 7% price rise in real estate for sale in Valencia.
Property purchase data shows that most owners buy a home in Valencia as a primary residence (58%), with a quarter buying as a second residence and 8% as an investment home in Valencia.
Valencia’s lifestyle appeals to expat buyers searching for villas in Valencia for sale as confirmed by the Spanish Registrars Association (Registradores) who report 10% of total sales completed in Valencia were foreign buyers, a figure above Madrid (6%) and Barcelona (9%).
According to the Ministry of Development, National Institute of Statistics total house sales in Valencia were up 14.48% and sales to international buyers up 0.31%.
Beyond the statistics a telltale sign of the recovery in real estate in Valencia are the growing number of towering construction cranes that decorate the city skyline and merge into the landscape.
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