AvaLanding in the news
AvaLanding has won the tender for the Barcelona International Welcome (BIW) project. "We are very proud from AvaLanding to be able to develop this project, which will lead to a relevant improvement for web users," says Raisa Venermo, AvaLanding co-founder partner.
Lourdes Santisteban, CEO and also a co-founding partner of the company, highlights that Barcelona City Council and Barcelona Activa "are doing a very good job promoting and serving the city to attract international talent."
The price adjustment due to Covid reactivates the sale of luxury homes. “There is a small trend to the price drop and operations are beginning in luxury properties. Some clients who had ruled out the investment have come back ", explains Lourdes Santisteban, partner and co-founder of AvaLanding, a company that assists foreign property investors, among other assets.
Opinion article signed by Lourdes Santisteban for Revista Inmueble. "Spain is consolidated as a focus point for foreign investment. Madrid and Barcelona continue to be two poles of attraction and interest for foreign capital and companies that have reactivated initiatives to land in the country, especially for quality of life, a value that trades in times of pandemic ".
AvaLanding in La Vanguardia. In this report about falling demand in the offices market, CEO Lourdes Santisteban foresees its recovery in the medium term and trusts that the influx of foreign companies to establish their businesses will modify this trend. "We have not noticed any change in the willingness of our clients to come to Barcelona," she says.
The city of Barcelona will continue to be an opportunity for foreign investors and companies seeking expansion and growth. This has been the fundamental premise of the webinar organized jointly by the AvaLanding company and the Barcelona City Council, aimed at an international public with an interest in settling in the city to develop their businesses.
Raisa Venermo: "The good part of this situation is that with foreign investors, they come from all over the world, and there is always interest and money, as well as the need of changing scenaries in somewhere in the world. That is why we foresee that international investment it can recover earlier than the national one. There are people from all over the world who are always interested in investing in Spain. "
Raisa Venermo: Spain will benefit "from the telecommuting boom that has fostered the coronavirus."Specifically, this expert reiterates that "the whole world" has realized that for working doesn't matter where are you located, "which benefits Spain because of their climate and especially the housing on the coast ”.
Raisa Venermo: "Although this has been an unprecedented crisis, the business world is used to dealing with crises and it is always looking forward to future projects. We foresee that Barcelona will continue to be the Silicon Valley of Europe and will continue to attract international talent, as it has done so far. ”