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100 video tips for buying a property in Spain
22 July 2010 @ 14:05

My friend Graham Hunt of Houses for Sale in Spain is doing something quite mad.

He's making 100 FREE videos, each with a useful tip about buying a property in Spain.  He is posting some on his Twitter account, some on his Facebook page and some on his website.

If you are looking to buy in Spain then following Graham's videos is a bit of a no-brainer really.

You can read more about his "challenge" here.

Here are the first two videos....the third one you need to go to his Facebook page for:

Hope you find them useful.



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Graham said:
22 July 2010 @ 12:19

Thanks Justin. So far 100 written, 81 filmed, 3 edited!



Maria said:
22 July 2010 @ 12:34

Congratulations for the initiative!
Maria


John said:
22 July 2010 @ 13:01

Surely the only video that needs to be made is one telling people NOT to buy in Spain for the forseeable future? A lot less work involved ;-)


Graham said:
08 August 2010 @ 20:43

John. You are obviously a prat! Now if you actually said why and justified yourself then you may get out of being classified as a prat and actually get a bit of respect. Until that point, and I am not holding my breath, then you will remain a prat.
Peace
Graham

By the way why don't you make 100 videos telling us about something you have expertise about! Or 1 even.


Graham said:
08 August 2010 @ 20:44

Just linkbaiting by the way!
;-)


John said:
10 August 2010 @ 21:46

Graham,
Spanish property is still massively overvalued. In parts of the UK you can buy property on 7% rental yields. On the Costa del Sol and Madrid (the 2 areas I know), rental yields are only around 4%. Why are they so much lower in Spain given the massive oversupply of property?


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