Resthome Real Estate, has announced the opening of a new office on Calle Pere III el gran, 1 in Valencia. The new headquarters joins the other 2 that the company has spread along the coast of the province of Valencia.
The new Resthome Real Estate office will offer its clients a personalized and professional service, with a wide portfolio of properties for sale and rent in the central area of Valencia. In addition, it will have a team of experts in the real estate market, who will advise clients throughout the process of buying, selling or renting their home.
The manager of Resthome Real Estate, Pepe Ripoll, has expressed his satisfaction with the opening of the new office, which represents "one more step in our expansion and consolidation plan as a benchmark in the real estate sector." Ripoll has highlighted that Valencia is "a city with great potential and a high demand for housing, both from residents and investors."
The Government approves the most ambitious housing law in democracy
The Council of Ministers has given the green light to the housing law, which seeks to guarantee the right to decent and affordable housing for all citizens. The norm, which has been agreed upon with the social agents and the autonomous communities, introduces historic measures such as the limitation of rental prices in areas declared stressed, the extension of the minimum duration of rental contracts, the prohibition of evictions without a housing alternative, the creation of a public social housing stock and the promotion of the rehabilitation and energy efficiency of homes.
The third vice president and Minister of Social Rights and Agenda 2030, Ione Belarra, has described the housing law as "the most ambitious in democracy" and has highlighted that "it responds to a very broad and very urgent social demand." According to Belarra, the housing law "puts an end to a situation of lack of protection and precariousness that affects millions of people, especially young people and the most vulnerable families." Likewise, she has assured that the housing law "contributes to the economic and social recovery of the country, by generating employment, energizing the construction and rehabilitation sector and reducing energy poverty and greenhouse gas emissions."
The housing law will come into force the day after its publication in the Official State Gazette, except for some articles that will have a longer adaptation period. The rule provides for a transitional period of six months for the autonomous communities to prepare and publish the reference indices of rental prices, which will serve as a basis for limiting them in stressed areas. In addition, the housing law establishes a system of incentives and sanctions to encourage compliance with its provisions and prevent speculation and fraud.
The housing law has been received with satisfaction by social groups and tenant organizations, who consider it a historic advance to guarantee the right to housing. However, the rule has also generated criticism and rejection from some sectors, such as owners, developers, investors and experts, who see it as an excessive and counterproductive intervention in the rental market, which can have adverse effects. such as the reduction in supply, the increase in the underground economy, the discouragement of investment and the improvement of housing and the violation of private property and legal security.
The real estate company Resthome Real Estate, specialized in the sale and rental of homes on the Valencian coast, has opened a new office in the center of Gandia, specifically at Calle Sant Francesc de Borja, 71. With this new opening, the company expands its presence in the Safor region.
The new Resthome Real Estate office in Gandia has a large customer service space, where a team of qualified professionals offers a personalized and quality service to those interested in buying, selling or renting a home in the area. In addition, the office has modern technology that allows clients to be shown the characteristics and prices of the available properties, as well as to make virtual visits to them.
The manager of Resthome Real Estate, Pepe Ripoll, has expressed his satisfaction with the opening of the new office in Gandia, which he considers "one more step in our expansion and consolidation project in the real estate market on the Valencian coast." Likewise, he highlighted that "Gandia is a city with great potential and a high demand for housing, both first and second homes, so we are sure that our offer will adapt to the needs and expectations of our clients." .
Resthome Real Estate is a real estate agency with more than 10 years of experience in the sector, which offers a wide portfolio of properties of all types: flats, apartments, houses, chalets, bungalows, commercial premises, industrial warehouses, etc. The company is characterized by its professionalism, seriousness and transparency, as well as its personalized attention and comprehensive advice throughout the process of buying, selling or renting a home. Currently, Resthome Real Estate has a presence in several towns on the Valencian coast, such as Cullera, Gandia and Valencia.
The price of housing in the Valencian Community has experienced a notable increase in the last year, both for sale and for rent, according to the latest data published by idealista and Indomio. The Valencian region is thus among the most dynamic and attractive in the Spanish real estate market, driven by the demand for second homes, teleworking and the economic recovery after the health crisis.
According to the idealista report, the average price of housing for sale in the Valencian Community stood at 1,776 euros per square meter in December 2023, which represents an increase of 11.3% compared to the same month of the previous year. The province of Alicante leads the growth, with an increase of 11% and an average price of 2,055 euros per square meter, followed by Valencia, with an increase of 10.4% and an average price of 1,398 euros per square meter, and Castellón , with an increase of 9% and an average price of 1,221 euros per square meter.
Regarding rent, the Indomio report indicates that the average price of rental housing in the Valencian Community has reached 10.59 euros per square meter per month in December 2023, which represents an increase of 20.07% compared to December 2022. The province of Valencia leads the increase, with an increase of 21.8% and an average price of 12.73 euros per square meter per month, followed by Alicante, with an increase of 18.8% and an average price of 8.79 euros per square meter per month, and Castellón, with an increase of 16.6% and an average price of 7.29 euros per square meter per month.
Sector experts attribute the rise in housing prices in the Valencian Community to several factors, among which the shortage of supply, the increase in national and international demand, the change in preferences of buyers and tenants, which They are looking for more space, light and green areas, and the rise of teleworking, which allows greater mobility and flexibility. Likewise, they point out that the Valencian Community offers good value for money, a wide range of services and equipment, a privileged climate and excellent connectivity.
The forecasts for 2024 point to a consolidation of the upward trend in housing prices in the Valencian Community, although at a more moderate pace and differentiated by area. Analysts hope that the economic recovery, the progress of vaccination, the arrival of European funds and the reactivation of tourism will contribute to energizing the Valencian real estate market and generating new investment and business opportunities.
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