Reply To: How Long Should Spanish Property Stay on The Market?


Good post Andrew. I think many of the properties advertised at Alhaurin Golf must be ‘fillers’ as you say, because most of them have been marketed for ages without success even by large agents. This particular agent is not prepared to match the lower prices other agents have with the same properties on their books. This must be to do with them charging more commission IMO, but it makes a nonsense of Spanish property, and a nightmare for anyone thinking of buying. They could end up paying way over the odds if they don’t spot the smaller agents’ lower prices.

When investors etc bought into this site during the boom they certainly did not think long term, the only constant there is the golf course which is expensive to play on. It’s been a very poor investment for many.