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Legal tip 539. Bargains by Banks: 60.000 units
26 May 2011 @ 10:41

Published today by Expansion

Prices by areas

Location: Orihuela (Alicante).
Characteristics : 2 bed, 500 m from the seaVivienda de dos habitaciones a 500 metros del mar.
Price:  96.000 to 145.000 euros  (40% discount during the show) By  Marsol Internacional.

Location: Mijas (Málaga).
Characteristic:  1 to 3 bed.
Price: 141.800 euros (6.000 discount during the show)  By Iberdrola Inmobiliaria.

Location: Mar Menor (Murcia).
Características: 2 and 3 bed.
Precio: 95.000 euros (35% dicount in Sima).Marsol Internacional.

Location: Roquetas de Mar (Almería).
Characteristcs:  1 and 2 bed.
Price: 126.252 euros (40% discount in show). By Realia.

Location: Estepona (Málaga).
Characteristc:  2 to 3 bed.
Price: 139.000 euros.  By Ahorro Corporación Soluciones Inmobiliarias.

Location: Benidorm (Alicante).
Characteristcs:  1 to 2 bed.
Price: 109.000 euros. By Catalunya Caixa.

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5 Comments

goodstich44 said:
27 May 2011 @ 08:41

If the government and banks got together and awarded a property for each person cheated out of their life's savings either through no BG being provided by the banks or court delays rendering a win against a crooked developer useless, bad planning issues like the Priors dire situation etc, then it would send a message to the banks/courts intend to clean up their act and it would send a message to potential buyers that Spain intends to stamp out the corruption, poor regulation and non implementation of it's own laws, by punishing those that abuse and betray honest people?.


Maria said:
27 May 2011 @ 09:53

That is not a bad idea! Why do not you demonstrate for this?

Kind regards,

Maria


Luko said:
27 May 2011 @ 11:05

I feel out of love with Spain a long time ago. This is due to being ripped off due to the rife corruption and the racism amongst the Spanish. Spain has no chance of coming back like the good old days because people have been wise enough to discover friendlier and cheaper countries like Egypt and Turkey. I wouldn't go back to Spain even if you paid me!!


Anne said:
27 May 2011 @ 11:31

Without a justice system in place to protect your future rights? Left with a property you had no intention of buying? Unable to sell? Ongoing abuse of rights?



maggie said:
08 June 2011 @ 12:05

Why is it in such a mess. Looks like the lord mayors have a lot to anwer for - they have had too much control. Can you please tell me if a cedula d'habitatat is required for all properties now. thankyou.


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