I was sent this E:Mail and a update from another independent broker, which I thought I would share.
If possible, I will post his pictures
I was invited to an update review at the Corvera Golf resort yesterday and took some pictures to send to my own clients and one or two others who had asked for updates in the past.
I have sent you the photos and a copy/paste from a reply I sent to one of my own investors yesterday which im sure you will find useful ?
You mentioned previously that you are an investor on Phase 3 (not sure which part though as it is in two bits) - you will notice I have attached a photo from a segment of Phase 3 which is just to the right below the 'old' sales office and viewing point. The other part of Phase 3 is in a fantastic raised position at the rear left hand of the resort and the aspect of the resort is fantastic from there.
Update on my visit yesterday to Corvera.
I got to go around the site, even though we shouldn't have been as they were still building and there was lots of activity (always a good sign).
I asked the questions about the facilities and additional activities on the site being cut back and they were having none of it. I was told that 'NOTHING' had been deleted from the original plan and that the last notification we received had been misinterpreted by many to mean 'that was all there would be' ? I was told that this is absolutely NOT the case and nothing had been cut back. My own guess is that the timing of things might be out but I don't think they will be completely missed out of the resort ?
On a positive note the site looks and feels fantastic !! I really mean that.
The first thing I noticed was the amount of space/spare land on the development - I guess that ALL (ok most) properties have a view of the course in some way, and most would be looking directly onto it.
The second thing that you notice is how much its starting to look like Roda, but dare I say it even better (only down side is that I could not go into a completed property as I was not allowed for safety reasons - I don't think this was a red herring - but I would have liked a look inside just to have ticked that box too) im sure the time will come.
As we drove around I noticed the natural stone walls being built (Roda style) and that the site had been cleverly thought out as each Phase appears to have been positioned on upper ground to enhance the views.Another thing I notice was just how big the windows are on the properties - they have obviously done this to maximise and enhance the fantastic views that people will have of the course and of the continuous mountains range seam to surround the distant views.
The internal road system surrounds the resort perimeter and you can drive a full circle and also cut in and across to the villas which are positioned mainly to the centre of the resort, near to the Golf lake. There is also a stone walled stream that goes through the resort feeding into the lake which will make for a really nice feature both on and off the golf course.
The photos are attached but as ever don't do it justice. What ever the market is doing we can not effect in any way, but at least those who have bought on Corvera don't appear to have been let down by the developers in terms of the quality on the layout of the resort -and anyone who has purchased for personal use and/or lifestyle wont be disappointed, as it looks and feels great.
I hope that the internals are as good as the externals too (no reason why they wont as they will be along the lines of Roda and some).
The sales office on the raised land will soon be within the site as the first occupants get ready to hand over and the 'after sales' team get busy. As with any development of this size im sure there will be plenty for after sales to be passing the time !
On the whole I was very impressed and relieved with what I always had hoped would be a beautiful, well planned resort and I wasn't left disappointed.
Independent Property Broker, Costa Blanca and Costa Calida , Spain.