Most expats moving to Valencia mostly end up in El Carmen, Canovas, or Ruzafa, but Valencia counts with several neighbourhoods where the quality of life is excellent.
Property in Valencia
Investing in property, and even renting in Spain has been a roller-coaster these past 10 years, things are steadier now, but homeowners knuckles are still white from all of the excitement. The fall of Lehman Brothers in 2008 led to the collapse of economies across Europe, the US and beyond.
Valencia, thanks to the America’s Cup and the Formula 1 race has exploded onto the map and is recognised across the world as one of the happiest, sunniest, friendliest cities to relocate to.