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I am positive about the property Spanish market. I believe it's still a good one for investors and people who want to have a place in Spain. The good point of the current crisis is that prices still have a way to drop. Probably we will see better opportunities for everybody.

New free guide: 25 Tips When Buying a Property Bargain in Spain
18 July 2012 @ 19:54



Hello. The Spanish Brick has just launched a new guide called 25 Tips When Buying a Property Bargain in Spain.

This is a download from my website to new visitors who get registered. But I thought that since let me publish articles and set links to my site, it could be a compliment to give its loyal base of users the guide without having the hazard of registering in

It has taken lots of time an effort to put all this together but I think this is an honest editorial product.

This guide takes a look at what constitutes a Spanish property bargain: we try to define what is a bargain and give a compendium of 25 ideas to think about when searching for a Spanish property in Spain. This is the download for the Spanish property bargains guide

WHY THIS GUIDE? We have created the guide because we thought that our The Spanish Brick's audience would need a set of tips and basic data about the current market, in order to get as close as possible to a property bargain in Spain if willing to buy.

The unfortunate situation of the economic crisis and property market collapse is: financial pressure on Spain, oversupply of properties and high price competition from sellers and Banks in order to attract final buyers.

The guide has 5 parts:

1)   An introduction to the current state of the property market and property stock.

2)   A definition of what constitutes a property bargain in the current Spanish climate and things that a bargain hunter needs to keep in mind before starting to make a purchase.

3)   25 Essential Tips For Finding Your Spanish Property Bargain: from the searching to the buying process.

4)   An interesting chapter about how the exchange rate affects buyers. This has been written by my friend Nigel Hodges, one of the best currency brokers in the UK.

5)  A total costs breakdown when buying a property in Spain: "What Are The Total Costs When Purchasing A House In Spain?".

We hope you enjoy. Tthanks Justin for providing your nice site... and happy summer to all the people at the other end



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