Thank you Maria for your link to FACUA and Keith for the links to AIPP and NAEA you gave.
I’m fully aware that this advertisement was not the developer’s own but their agent’s. However, it will have been (or ought to have been) vetted and approved by the developer. If not, the developer should be suing the agent!
This particular advertisement is a total MISDESCRIPTION – and has been for the last 8 years. Nothing, absolutely nothing, is being learned by the property industry in Spain. Nothing is being learned by the government. They are a complete laughing stock and should be discredited on every count.
Has anyone reading the Forums had any dealings with the 3 organisations mentioned? Do they have teeth? Do they use them?
Some of us have virtually written ourselves into the ground over the years. And to no effect. I could be wrong here, but I want to put my energies now into approaching the government. Nothing will change until something happens at the very top. And if the Spanish government will not take the simple and reasonable actions we have been asking for, and taking them immediately, - special fast track courts to deal with property issues which clog the judicial system and banks taking legal responsibility for their bank guarantees/non-bank guarantees – then it really is time for the European Parliament to step in and withhold further grants or aid as called for by Cashman, Aitken, Helmer, Andreasen, et al for the last 5 years.
Enough is enough.