Re: regulation



Goodstich, what you say makes good sense, it’s not rocket science as they say, so you would think the Spanish Gov’t (IMO also implicit in the corruption) could by now have introduced proper regulation of agents etc, and at the same time, punished the crooked agents.

Spain has constantly turned a blind eye to all this property corruption, but despite all the media and Press releases on this, they still ignore the issue.

The Spanish Gov’t is as guilty as the crooked agents, developers and lawyers it allows to operate.

Until it changes it’s stance, nothing will change and Spanish property will always be risky.