Property in Torrevieja
The beach of La Mata gains an extra 4 metres in width with the new promenade
Juan Carlos Moragues, the central government delegate in the Comunidad Valenciana, visited La Mata in the municipality of Torrevieja to see for himself the result of the repairs and regeneration work which has been carried out since the heavy storms and flooding of December and March.
120,000 euros have been spent on repairing the pool in Torrevieja
For much of the year the warm climate of the Costa Blanca means that it is possible to enjoy a swim at the beaches of Torrevieja, but with the arrival of wintry temperatures forecast for the latter part of this week it is timely to report that the large municipal indoor swimming pool finally reopened last Friday.
Warmest winter in over 30 years in Torrevieja
Torrevieja has just had its hottest December since records began in 1927 with the province basking in the warmest winter for over 30 years.
Rental prices increase to pre-crisis levels
ALICANTE rental prices are reported to have recovered from the big drop experienced during the worst years of the crisis in the city.
According to the Observatory of Rental Housing from the Municipal Housing Board, rental prices have started to rise to values seen before the recession. By the fourth quarter of 2015, there was the highest average price in over four years.
At the end of 2015, the average monthly rent of homes in the city was €547. This figure dropped to €365 as the average rent of flats belonging to the Municipal Housing Board.
The cheapest rent could be found in the area of Colonia Requena with the average price €180 a month. The most expensive two properties are located in Playa de San Juan and Cabo de las Huertas, which cost €1,350 a month to rent.
Regarding the types of homes offered, according to the study, 48 per cent have three bedrooms, 25 per cent have two, 13 per cent four bedrooms or more, and only 14 per cent of them are one-bedroom studios.