Picture of the broken development in Sant Vicenç de Montalt (photo credit Ayuntamiento de SVdM). A luxury development abandoned by its fugitive promoter just before._.
Did you buy off-plan in the boom years of 2000 – 2008 and lose out when your dream Spanish property was never built and the._.
Martinsa-Fadesa’s losses rose 12 per cent in 2013 compared to the previous year, the company’s latest result reveal.
The eye-watering Marina d’Or mega-development on the Costa Azahar, in Castellón Province (Valencian Community) has gone into voluntary administration in the latest sign that the._.
One of the poster children of the Spanish property boom will be liquidated after almost six years of trying to stave off the inevitable, leaving._.
Another one bites the dust: Barcelona-based developer Renta Corporación has followed Reyal Urbis into the arms of court-appointed administrators, whilst a respected industry insider predicts._.