More and more digital nomads and expats that walk into the Globexs office are asking for rental near the beach. And not only in summer. That is not a coincidence because especially the Cabañal area is getting increasingly popular amongst expats and foreign investors. More and more expats (and locals) are choosing to Living by the beach in Valencia.read more
This article is written for people planning to move to Valencia, and provides useful information about finding an affordable rental apartment.read more
For many people, not least Ernest Hemingway himself, upping sticks traveling in Europe is a huge step which, and let’s be clear, is a life-changing decision. It used to be that travelers would seek out seasonal work; picking grapes in the French countryside, harvesting strawberries in the South of England; poetic it may be, but it’s hard work for minimal pay.read more
In terms of volume, the Port of Antwerp is Europe’s second-largest seaport, after Rotterdam. However, in terms of area, Antwerp is the biggest port area in the world with a surface of 12,068 hectares, or about 20,000 football fields. 150.000 people work at the port, the majority for the over 900 private companies. The Antwerp Port Authority has 1650 employees.read more
Valencia is booming! Large groups of foreigners are strolling the streets looking to invest in Valencia. And most of them are looking for a one-stop solution: they want to find the one company that assist them all the way. Globexs / Blue offer exactly what foreign investors are looking for.1. Property hunting
We help you find the right apartment to invest in Valencia2. Legal assistance
We are lawyers and we assist you with the legal formalitiesread more
So you’re thinking about upping sticks and getting a job Spain, getting away from the rat-race, the cold, and arguably...Brexit?
But you’re still going to need a job to get by, so let us fix you up with a handy guide on:
What to expect working in Spain.
The different career paths available to most.read more
It’s long been said by its northern European neighbours that Spain is a great place to live and a terrible place to work. But is it true?
TL:DR: 90% Yes, if not terrible, not great.
We’re taking a look through various sources to get good range of opinion to answer this question (as best as we possibly can).read more
This articles describes the pros and cons of moving to Valencia. Coming in at Number One in the Huffington Post for the best of 11 cities in the world to live, Valencia is one of the best picks you can make for moving abroad.read more
This article is written for people planning to move to Valencia, and covers the services that Globexs provides to help them. Many people want to relocate to Valencia to enjoy the climate: the summer lasts for two months, winter is a few weeks and a spring climate persists throughout the rest of the year. However, most people soon realize that moving to Valencia is not so easy. There are many things to consider and good (legal) advice is necessary.read more