- May 26, 2008 at 7:13 am #53988
Here’s one agent that’s been a very very naughty boy! 🙁
The same paper is offering a one bedroom appt at Las Terrazas de Guajar Alto, for under £40.000. Yes – not a printing error – 40 grand!
Surely a high risk purchase unless the development is already completed, as the profit margin must be negligible? 🙄
However, are we likely to see more properties being marketed at these sorts of valuations?
- May 26, 2008 at 7:33 am #83080
The sad story about the Agent using the Telegraph name reminds me of a certain Awful Estates who were using the Jaguar name!
The second piece may be just a catch 😕 Notice it says from . Have seen spanish ads similar and it is only the deposit and the rest on mortgage. If not should be a bargain…if you want a place up in the cold that is 🙂
- May 26, 2008 at 8:00 am #83081
Yes, I’m sure you’re right. A catch here for sure.
I seem to remember this property being marketed some time ago at much higher valuations. 😕
- May 27, 2008 at 1:09 pm #83203
unfortunately this kind of selling continues to ensure that the Spanish estate agents get the reputation that they so richly deserve. It is a shame that the reputable agents are now tarred with the same brush as the cowboys but I guess the industry gets what it deserves. Knowing what we know, would ANYONE risk buying a property that is still being built ? Building developments are folding every day in Spain now. With the crap justice system over here, the brit-buyers will not want to take risks. The real pain has not yet even started. There will be a few more years of builders and estate agents going bust before this mess gets even half sorted. I doubt that the reputation of the Spanish property industry will recover much in a generation.
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