We have spent a lot of this week putting together virtual visits for our clients, both owners and potential purchasers. We thought it was time to bring some of them together on this page so you could take a look. Our first set of Virtual Tours comprise a couple of very different houses in Naquera and by Valencia beach, a couple of apartments in trendy Ruzafa and Monteolivete, a full walkaround of the City of Arts and Sciences' Opera House, a rental villa in la Eliana, and an office visit of our friends at Globexs. Take a look at what Valencia Virtual Visits look like and if you want to use our services to order a Virtual Tour yourself then contact us.
Our new Valencia Property services include Facetime calls from properties, Virtual Visits for both buyers and sellers and property checkouts and reports. Added to our consultation calls, rental package, orientation visits and relocation packages we now present a full set of services for anyone looking to move forward with their Valencia Property purchase.
There are many types of terraces you can find in Valencia city apartments. Firstly, we have to distinguish the type of terrace. There are many. There are the first floor, mostly interior, terraces to the rear of the buildings, there are interior terraces in the middle of a building which are mostly lightwells but a bit bigger, there are terraces overlooking the street in intermediate floors and there are penthouses with their own terrace or with exclusive access to a terrace and finally there are common roof terraces. Let's have a look at each one in turn.
We sent out a message to everyone on our mailing list last week about having a free consultation call with us to discuss your Valencia property requirements. The response was amazing and we have talked a lot of people through what we think happens next in the market, whether their ideal property might be available at a suitable price, we drilled down into what they are looking for a set up plans for them to follow until they can come over and visit us.
It has been a long time in lockdown here in Valencia, I'm not exactly sure but I think it's 27 days as I write this. 27 days without strolling around Valencia, without sharing images of our beautiful city and the areas around it and 27 days without visiting and photographing any Valencia property. Can you tell we are missing it?
Believe it or not this is the 1000th post written on this blog and the others we had over the years, they were imported here so that's why we know. And of course we find ourselves in a rather strange situation previously unknown. Therefore we thought it would be right to write a post about what happens next, when the Coronavirus lockdown is all over, and the timescales for that.