Viva Downfall

This topic contains 12 replies, has 9 voices, and was last updated by  Anonymous 11 years, 2 months ago.

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  • #53105

    Anonymous
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    Has anyone else noticed that the wonderfull Viva Estates have closed Benalmadena Alhaurin El Rosario Sotogrande and Estepona offices
    What a shame !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • #74174

    Anonymous
    Participant

    Charlie 1

    Why would this be classed as a Viva downfall ?

    I would have assumed that as the market has no doupt slowed down like any business you control you overheads accordingly.
    Is this a wish or a fact that you feel there are financial implications that could bring your thread into reality.
    Block Buster videos just closed in our town so are they heading for a downfall as well ?
    I personally found some of their latest news report rather interesting depending on how each views the situation on the property market in Spain.

    Frank

  • #74176

    Anonymous
    Participant

    There is a post from Chris McCarthy on another forum (didn’t really want to post the link because of the rivalry!!) about this subject. Apparently it isn’t as sinister as the OP thinks, but I don’t know myself personally.

    Mark

  • #74179

    Anonymous
    Participant

    Hi

    Not as sinister as the OP posts, but still never the less a news worthy issue given there domination and first port of call for the inexperienced and first time british buyer.

    Any busines in any sector needs to adapt to the market conditions and trends to maintain profitability.

    I am sure Mr McCarthy intends to develop his 10 year old busines to the best of his ability and to maintain the profitability to which he has become acustomed.

    Steve V

  • #74181

    katy
    Spectator

    Viva has been struggling for a while, anyone remember the lengthy thread on here when they tried to improve their cash flow!! know a few who got stung with that one đŸ™„ If you have noticed there is a reply form Chris Mcarthy in another thread giving the reasons for the “restructuring” Leave you to make your own mind up on this đŸ™‚

  • #74183

    Anonymous
    Participant

    Hi

    I hope Calahonda has closed, they might stop calling me every 5 mins.

    Night night

  • #74184

    Anonymous
    Participant

    What’s OP?

  • #74185

    Anonymous
    Participant

    ADH will be next đŸ˜€

  • #74186

    Anonymous
    Participant

    @PJA wrote:

    What’s OP?

    Original Poster

    Mark

  • #74187

    Anonymous
    Participant

    Hi

    Me new to the forum (April)

    Think OP means opening post

    ADH are a different story, they wont be told I don’t want an inspection flight. they ring evert week, they make Viva seem profrssional

    Now

    Night night

  • #74191

    Anonymous
    Participant

    @marksfish wrote:

    There is a post from Chris McCarthy on another forum (didn’t really want to post the link because of the rivalry!!) about this subject. Apparently it isn’t as sinister as the OP thinks, but I don’t know myself personally.

    Mark

    Mark – Is this the post from CMcC you were referring to (see Iain’s post):
    https://www.spanishpropertyinsight.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2457

    or has there been another one?

  • #74193

    Fuengi (Andrew)
    Participant

    Hi all,

    although i’m no fan of viva, the closure of the those offices makes a certain sense. When they were opened, they were following the fashion trends. Off-plan craze, inland craze, etc…
    They are generally offices in pretty inaccesible locations or have poor parking. But this was acceptable when most of their clients were being dragged over on viewing/inspection/discovery trips.
    Now with the changes in the market, the offices are probably becoming money drainers. ESPECIALLY if they open that monstrosity of an office on the way up to Mijas Pueblo. From that office they should be able to centralise and relocate their business and staff.

    Notice the offices that can get good passing trade are staying open? Benalmadena/torremolinos/fuengirola, etc..

    Hell I’ve even seen viva marketing in Spanish đŸ˜¯ They actually start to realise the of the spanish buy properties….

  • #74203

    Anonymous
    Participant

    @charlie wrote:

    Mark – Is this the post from CMcC you were referring to (see Iain’s post):
    https://www.spanishpropertyinsight.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2457

    or has there been another one?

    Hadn’t seen that post đŸ˜³ Yes, it looks word for word what was posted on EOS on 17th August.

    Mark[/img]

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