Fuencarral-El Pardo is one of the residential districts that have become more fashionable in Madrid in recent years. Which has caused that since 2013 the sale prices of housing have been increasing by up to 17% since then. And forecasts indicate that this trend will continue for the time being. Despite not being a very touristic area, the new real estate operations in Chamartín or the Catalan City of Metrovacesa, will attract new buyers and revitalize demand.
If you want to sell your house in this area, consult our real estate without commission north of Madrid. We have the office at street level, right in front of La Vaguada. So we know perfectly well the functioning of the market in this part of the capital. Which is one of the largest and most populated in the city. It ranges from El Pardo to the old town of Fuencarral, located within the Valverde neighborhood. The eight official neighborhoods of this district are: El Pardo, Fuentelarreina, Peñagrande, El Pilar, La Paz, Valverde, Mirasierra and El Goloso.
Although, as in all the suburbs of large cities, there are recently created areas that have not yet received the status of neighborhood by the Madrid City Council. Despite the fact that the level of population and development of services are already completely a reality. So, the unofficial neighborhoods of the north of Madrid are the following: Arroyo del Fresno, Begoña, Las Tablas, Montecarmelo, Mingorrubio, La Vaguada or La Malmeá.
What is Fuencarral?
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