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VILLAS FOX have an opportunity in a part-time capacity (20 hours per week during Monday - Friday) for someone to co-ordinate with our lawyers, architects, suppliers and clients, to ensure an efficient sales process.
The successful candidate should be willing to assist with all aspects of our dynamic and fast-moving business to maintain and improve our excellent level of customer service and professionalism.
You will have excellent computer skills and you must be fluent in English and Spanish. Other language skills will be taken into consideration. If you hold a Spanish driving licence that´s even better.
Previous office and real estate experience is not essential if you are a fast learner.
Preference will be given to candidates who have lived in the southern Costa Blanca area for several years, and of course you must have a residency status that allows you to be employed in Spain.
The position will be available very soon if we are able to find the right candidate, and you will be based in our office in San Miguel de Salinas.
Compensation will be as a fixed salary with contract (no bonus scheme).
Interested candidates should send a C.V. with covering letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in the first instance.
We look forward to discovering our next Villas Fox team member!

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Like everybody else, we are all shocked at the situation in the Ukraine at the moment, and believe the enormity of the suffering there is on a scale we are not used to seeing in modern Europe. We at Villas Fox therefore decided to make a donation to the Spanish Red Cross today for 1,000 euros to help with their relief work on the ground. You can find out more about their work at https://www.facebook.com/CruzRoja.es

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We are delighted to announce that we are now associates of the provincial association of professional estate agents, the ASOCIACION DE AGENTES DE LA PROPIEDAD INMOBILIARIA Y AGENTES INMOBILIARIOS DE LA PROVINCIA DE ALICANTE (www.apialicante.com), which requires all its members to have the required qualifications, civil responsiblity insurance, at least 5 years experience within the sector, be registered correctly in the tax and social security systems and to have a clean criminal record. The aim is to both improve the image of professionals operating in the sector and of course to protect consumers from unscrupulous or unqualified estate agents. Many parts of Spain require estate agents to be on an official register like this, and it looks like our region is going to follow suit (https://www.informacion.es/.../api-deberan-incribirse...) We will be now displaying the logo on our advertising, to show that we are an agency you can trust!

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Villa prices increased 3 times more than apartments in 2021

The closing data for 2021 from notaries highlights a 10.2% increase in the price of single-family homes with the Balearic Islands in the lead

The spectacular sales data offered by notaries make it necessary to carry out a more detailed analysis of the housing market. On the one hand, the average price in Spain of houses sold in 2021 reached 1,507 euros/m2 , which is 5.3% more year-on-year.

Zooming in on the type of residential property, it can be seen how the price of flat-type homes maintained a more normalized increase of 3.6% year-on-year on the national average, in line with the evolution of prices in the pre-pandemic period. Meanwhile, single-family homes have registered an increase in Spain of 10.2% year-on-year in 2021 , rising to 1,195 euros/m2 on average, by far the most notable rise in the historical series collected by the General Council of Notaries , but without reaching the values ​​that were seen in the real estate boom and until 2010 (that year it closed at 1,224 euros/m2).

 

What has caused this increase in the price of single-family homes? Well, on the one hand, due to the increase in the number of operations on this type of house . Compared to 2020, it increased by 37.8%, although it is below the national average (38.1%). The weight of chalets over total transactions remained at 25%, in line with 2020, but improving almost three points compared to 2019.

Despite the significant weight of flat-type housing in the Spanish market as a whole, which deserves another particular analysis, the volume of single-family home sales has broken records since 2007 in some of the most prominent regions such as the Valencian Community (26,306 transactions ), Catalonia (23,638), Madrid (12,791) or the Balearic Islands (4,262). In other markets such as Andalusia (38,640) or the Canary Islands (6,333) they reached their second highest sales figure in the historical series of notaries.

On the other hand, prices recorded significant increases in terms of single-family homes , with significant increases by communities such as the Balearic Islands (22.6%) up to 3,407 euros/m2, and reaching their maximum in the historical series; Navarra (15.3%), with 889 euros/m2; Canarias (11.5%), with its 1,501 euros/m2, Madrid (10.8%), with 1,816 euros/m2 and Andalucía (10.7%), to stay at 1,167 euros/m2.

Other important markets such as the Valencian Community (9.3%) and Catalonia (7.6%) grew below two digits. But there were also decreases in Extremadura (-5.3%), Galicia (-4.7%), the Basque Country (3.8%), Castilla y León (-2.8%) and slightly in Aragón (-0, one%).

While the Balearic Islands break the records in 2021 in terms of operations on single-family homes and their prices, it is positioned as the most expensive region to buy a villa, with those 3,407 euros/m2, ahead of Madrid (1,816 euros/m2), the Canary Islands (1,501 euros/m2), the Basque Country (1,479 euros/m2) and Catalonia (1,405 euros/m2).

Source: https://www.idealista.com/news/inmobiliario/vivienda/2022/02/11/794790-los-precios-de-los-chalets-se-encarecen-tres-veces-mas-que-los-pisos-en-2021

 

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