Sunday, January 24, 2010

Client Testimonial For Valencia Property

I have posted this blog on the Houses For Sale In Spain website too but I thought it more relevant for this blog as it relates directly to the work done by Valencia Property. Enjoy. If you want the same sort of treatment then get in touch by mail on

I get quite a lot of testimonials but I am very happy with this one as it comes in three installments. David is someone who bought the Success in Spain Audiobooks (Get them at that link) and it sort of went from there. When you are looking for a House For Sale In Spain you need to do what David and Patricia did, your homework. If you do then you get the result he has got. Without it you are risking a lot.

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We have spent some time now going through the various information and resources you have provided. The information has been invaluable and your willingness to provide unbiased comment and advice is a breath of fresh air. Being as informed as this even before we set foot in Spain to look for a home provides us with such an advantage over where we would have been. Thank you so much for this and all of you help to date. We hope one day to be able to add our experiences to your portfolio of knowledge.
Thank you for the time you gave us on our visit. Looking at so many different places is really helping us to home in on where and what will be our new life and home. It is almost impossible to quantify the confidence you have given us in making the move to Spain. The experience to date is so different from England we can tell how much you care about what you do. You deserve all the success you can get because the help you provide is fantastic. We will be in touch again.
Graham, installment three. As you know we are now owners of a lovely town house and are so looking forward to moving to Spain. I am 100% convinced that the trouble free process in the end much easier than England and cheaper came about primarily due to visiting your website the success is Spain audiobooks content, and all the people you introduced us too. For any prospective customers I want them to know that you are the person that they should come to if they are buying in and around Valencia. I am happy to share my experiences with anybody you feel would benefit from them, and would be happy to provide you with an interview should you feel it would help.


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Tuesday, January 05, 2010

The 2010 America's Cup in Valencia

Well the Catamarans have arrived and the rather muted build up to the controversial 2010 America's Cup sailing, a hand to hand fight between two billionaires with more money than sense, is getting ready.

February will be the time that the three races go ahead inevitably followed by court case after court case to decide where the next totally discredited event will take place. Let's face it, the America's Cup has been hijacked by Billionaire's egos. Neither Berterelli nor Ellison of the two contending boats can be happy about what has happened.

A great event in Valencia last time was plunged into uncertainty as soon as Alinghi moved the goalposts of how the event was to be organised. All of the action in the two years since the last event has been in the courtrooms in New York and the future of the event was decided by a judge who had nothing to do with the event rather than these two egomaniacs actually sitting down and arranging what was best for this ancient and historical tradition.

Why did Alinghi try to load the dice in its favour? Simply put, money: The America's Cup is a cash cow. Valencia paid a ridiculous amount of money to the organisers for the last event and tried to justify it by the increased tourist revenues while at the same time forcing Ryaniar out of the airport at Valencia which brought a lot more money into the city through the 750000 passengers a year that Ryanair brought in.

This is How The Race Should Be

The Valencia local and regional governement should be brought to task for the total mess that the America's Cup fiasco has brought and the loss of trade of year round customers from Ryanair. Will it be? No. Rita Barbera and Francisco "Trajes" Camps at the regional government run their fiefdoms without hinderence from anyone and until that situation is questioned at the polling booth the mess that they have created by insisting on big events over trickle down events will continue.

The best example is the Quantum of Solace premiere. Two years ago the town council paid around 1 million Euros to host the gala opening at the City of Arts and Sciences bringing the Director and Actors over for the event. The same day Ryanair announced it was leaving Valencia airport indefinitely because of the incompetence of the local government, basically they wanted around 1 million Euros to keep flying here. What has the longer term benefit for Valencia, a gala one nighter or Ryanair? You decide.

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