05 Mar 2017 12:21:
inspectahome said "I am sure that people are getiing really fed up with these attackes on the forum so I will try to keep this simple as it sems that the date of the article has been ignored"
Actually Roy, you attacked me and said that I should check my facts. I did and presented them to you. As usual when faced with facts that are contrary to the misleading opinions that you spout on this forum, you ignore the questions, go on the defensive and accuse everyone of being a lynch mob.
The fact is, as Maria has pointed out, buying off-plan is a risky way to buy property. It is a legal minefield. It is more risky now than it was when you wrote that article yet you are now telling everyone it is 100% safe.
As Maria said "a good independent lawyer with deep knowledge of off plan Law is essential". Even then, there are lawyers around who are not as competent as they should be. Worse, there are others who live in the pockets of the developers. Even if you do everything right and get all the guarantees it can take years fighting through the courts to get your money back if the development goes wrong.
Those Roy, are the facts. Not an attack, not a lynch mob.
However, I will call you out. You said on page 1 of this topic "What ads is correct about is licencing, if there is not a building licence then they cannot issue aa BG and the other trend is for builders to try and say that first you buy the land, no BG, I will not promote these properties, don't pay anything in cash"
Yet yesterday you gleefully sent me a gloating private message that said "Villas are selling well on Terrazes, I have not sold one yet but have people there on Mondau so here's hoping" You know these off-plan villas do not have a building licence. So which is it Roy?
You also repeatedly ask for examples from the last three years where buying off-plan has gone wrong. Why don't you ask the buyers of off-plan properties in blocks 271 and 272 on Las Terrazas what their experiences have been buying off-plan from the same developer who it now touting the villas? You don't really need to look far to find problems with off-plan purchases today, never mind since 2015 or whenever you want to restart Spanish property history from.
This message was last edited by DuncanMcG on 05/03/2017.
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