Spain Life Exclusive Recommends: Valencia Homes, your One Stop Property Shop with a true local touch

Buying a property is always a big deal – it’s probably the most important and expensive  investment you will make in your life. Buying a property in Spain is an even bigger deal, because you are dealing with a different language, different laws, and different ways of doing things. So it makes sense to go to an agent who can guide you through the process confidently and securely, protecting your interests – and your money – all the way. Spain Life Exclusive is proud to recommend Valencia Homes to all our readers wishing to buy, sell or rent property in the Valencian Community.


Founder Juan Torres de Miguel ensures that all clients unique access to a One Stop Property Shop, where all aspects of property purchase and sale, rental agreements and inheritance can be dealt with by committed professionals who speak your language and understand your concerns.


Valencia Homes specialise in serving British and Spanish clients who wish to live in Spain, purchase a holiday home, rent long term or set up in business. You will conduct all transactions in your preferred language, and your assigned agent will keep you up to date with any developments, so you are always informed of progress.


Valencia Homes
VLC447 Two bedroom, central townhouse €325,000


Juan has more than 20 years of experience, and he has true local knowledge, since he grew up in the Community of Valencia and studied at Valencia University, before going on to work in the UK, finally returning home to Valencia. All the staff speak English and Spanish, and advertise in both English and Spanish media outlets, giving the company a unique reach. And because they specialise in Valencia and the Costa Blanca, they have full understanding of the area. You could say that Valencia Homes are selling the dream they are already living, since their local knowledge is second to none!


There is more to life in Spain than sun, sea and sangria though, and it can be challenging navigating the legal systems involved in property conveyancing and residing in Spain. For example, the Notary features prominently in many aspects of Spanish culture, and it can be difficult for foreigners to understand how this plays out. To ensure your purchase, sale or rental contract meets all the requirements of the Spanish legal system – particularly in regard to taxes – you need to work with professionals you can trust, as it can be confusing if you are not familiar with how the system works in Spain.




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