What’s the catch with the Forest Hill area in Estepona?

This topic contains 3 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Inez 8 years, 8 months ago.

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  • #54943

    Anonymous
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    Seems that the prices are lower there than elsewhere.

    Are all the cheaper buildings illegal? Or just the position is considered to be bad?

  • #91899

    Inez
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    The development itself is a disgrace. Yes they are cheap but many bought several then could not flip. Last time I was there (3 years ago) there was a lot of damp. rats and the residents could not escape.

    I believe quite a few spanish have bought there now so it may have changed, but it was awful a while ago.

  • #91908

    Anonymous
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    @inez wrote:

    The development itself is a disgrace. Yes they are cheap but many bought several then could not flip. Last time I was there (3 years ago) there was a lot of damp. rats and the residents could not escape.

    I believe quite a few spanish have bought there now so it may have changed, but it was awful a while ago.

    Thank you Inez.

  • #91912

    Inez
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    Youre welcome. I felt very sorry for anyone who bought there as the developers left such a mess and the people living there had no option but to try and stick it out.

    I took clients there and a resident showed us the basements and garage and the mess, so didnt want to touch it. However the prices dropped and it was (I guess!!!) a good buy for some spanish just wanting a base and somewhere to put their money

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