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Bonnie Stone Sellers analyses the luxury property market in the New York Times

On July 1, the New York Times published an extensive interview (carried out by journalist Vivian Marino) with Bonnie Stone Sellers, who is CEO of Christie’s International Real Estate, a subsidiary of the famous London-based auction house. The company specialises in the luxury property market and is exclusively affiliated to Ritmontgó in the Autonomous Community of Valencia. The interview, although centred around high-profile properties in New York, also includes interesting information from Bonnie Stone Sellers on the international luxury property market, as well as future plans for Christie’s International Real Estate.

Monday, July 7th, 2014
Ridley Scott movie shoot Javea

Rimontgó property to feature in Ridley Scott’s latest movie

If location, location, location is a much used phrase in the real estate business, it is equally important in the movie industry. Having announced his intention to return to the Costa Blanca to film his latest project, The Counselor – featuring Cameron Diaz, Brad Pitt and Javier Bardem - Ridley Scott was keen to find a modern, luxurious property that would be a believable residence for one of the wealthy characters. Bearing these criteria in mind, the location scouts approached Rimontgó for some suggestions and ideas, which the company, being a specialist in top quality property, was happy to provide.

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012
Mayor of Javea

Local taxpayers offered a helping hand by Jávea Ayuntamiento

In a move that will surprise and please many local property owners, Jávea Town Hall recently decided to lower the rate of tax in order to help the finances of householders in the town. From now on the payable rate will drop from 0.657% to 0.617%, which will represent a useful saving to many property owners in the area.

Saturday, November 19th, 2011
Rimontgo article in Expansión

Rimontgó features in Spain’s influential Expansión newspaper

Property purchasers across the board have become increasingly demanding over the years and this phenomenon is even more marked among buyers of luxury homes. Spain's respected economic newspaper, Expansión, decided to ask the experts, namely esteemed vendors of high-end properties, consulting Rimontgó's Cristina Martinez. Confirming that expectations were constantly increasing, she stated: ''Executives spend very little time at home. But while they are there they expect all the comfort and five-star features that allow them to relax''.

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011
Jose Ribes Bas, Santiago Grisolia and Michel Cruz

Santiago Grisolía – a life in the service of science

After many years researching closely with Nobel Prize winner Severo Ochoa and in several US universities, Santiago Grisolia returned to Valencia, Spain, where he acquired funding for his research projects from the Caja de Ahorros de Valencia, a local savings bank. Their support enabled the foundation of the Instituto de Investigaciones Citológicas, where Don Santiago himself was to become head of cell structure research upon his return in 1977, and later as guardian of Severo Ochoa’s heritage established a museum in his name. In 2002, the institute and its museum moved and changed name, the institute becoming the Centro de Investigación Príncipe Felipe and the museum becoming a permanent exhibition: The Legacy of Science: Severo Ochoa in the Museo Principe Felipe, both within the City of Arts and Sciences complex.

Monday, August 23rd, 2010