Prefab wooden homes scandal on the north Costa Blanca

14 retired couples, predominantly British and German, will have to dismantle their prefab wooden homes in La Xara, near Denia (North Costa Blanca), and move to another location.

The families, who purchase 2 years ago for between 60,000 and 70,000 Euros, claim they are victims of a fraud, having been assured that the properties were legal.

The properties are located on non-urbanisable land in the Montgo natural park. They do not have building licences or utility connections.

The properties were sold by a Finish company with liquidity problems, so the buyers have little hope of compensation.



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  1. illusionist

    hi have you any more information on the finnish company that has had liquidty problems, either a name or trading name, as i think this thread is about the companies i am trying to track down.
    i am drawing a blank everywhere it seems like they never existed !!!! or do you have any other couples that have been affected that have been in touch so i could contact them and see where they are at. do you have any information on how i can trace who owns the land these prefab cabins have been erected on. please if you can help i would be grateful.
    thank you

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