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  • #52970
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    thinking of buying a property in San Javiar area(tayay property) any advice as we are thinking of buying off plan ready in two years

  • #73128
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    Think you better look at suzannes posting on “more arrests” topic (9.37pm 21.06.07) before you decide.

    It may of course all blow over but even so please think carefully about buying off plan. The majority with problems in Spain are those who went down this route albeit in CDS , Almeria and Mazarron areas primarily.
    If it’s a “must have” then make sure you engage an Independant lawyer before any making any financial outlay and ensure developer will issue a Bank guarantee.

    In Spain if something happens when it is supposed to 🙄 it is a bonus.

  • #73129
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    Nickid – have another read of this:

    spanish-household-formation

  • #73130
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    Nickid,

    Reading your posting and previous ones, you seem to be a ringer. I await an explanation!

    Lizi

  • #73131
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    Reading the link noticed nickid had posted before and was just about to question the reasoning behind myself

  • #73132
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    Hi All
    I think Nickid is looking for some sound advice here. From personal experience and after reading a lot of bad reports on the off plan situation lately I think that the best option these days would be to buy a key ready or almost key ready property to ensure that it will be built. We did and were very happy with the outcome. There are lots of these around and we are in San Javier area. Just my opinion as there are a lot of people who have had terrible experiences and the arrests are very worrying with lots of people losing money. I agree with what everyone is saying and new buyers must gather as much information as possible before parting with their hard earned cash. Forums are a great source of information and it is helpful to learn of the many pitfalls to try to avoid. Good luck Nicki, hope you will find a property and be happy.

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