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26 February 2009
We find an honest estate agent to talk about the current state of the market

Today we met up with Andrew Hamilton, a rare honest estate agent in Spain.  We discuss how the Spanish property market has changed over the past few years, the difficulties in getting a mortgage today, the continuing fall in prices and much more.  A very interesting interview today:

Thanks to Andrew Hamilton of Hamilton Homes for his time today. Andrew can be contacted through his website www.hamilton-homes.com

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Ron said:
26 February 2009 @ 17:27

Very informative and interesting show today thanks Justin.
It does explain why some sellers are loathe to discount their properties even further in such desperate times for people trying to sell.

Well done with the shows.

Marcus said:
26 February 2009 @ 18:23

Thanks for that. I wish we'd used an agent like Andrew he seems like a good bloke.

Bob & Jassy said:
26 February 2009 @ 18:29

Very interesting to get an estate agents input on the housing market in current conditions.

Cliff said:
26 February 2009 @ 18:36

Thanks for a very interesting interview. My wife and I greatly appreciate what you are doing at eyeonspain, and we, retired US teachers, would appreciate information regarding long-term rentals (i.e., up to 12 months) of furnished homes having at least three bedrooms and two bathrooms, located not very far inland, convenient to shops, etc.... all this for under USD 1,500.00 per month. Can you help?

ian nevins said:
26 February 2009 @ 19:59

nice to see the cowboys have gone . good programe

Janet said:
26 February 2009 @ 21:36

Good to be able to get confirmation on what has been reported on various websites about prices in Spain. Looking forward to other topics being covered.

John (in the UK) said:
26 February 2009 @ 21:56

Very informative. Following in the real estate theme, I'd like to see a show where you interview someone who has done an own-build project and been involved in searching for land, obtaining permissions, hiring builders, getting water and electricity connected, etc.

dr david ashby said:
27 February 2009 @ 02:50

hi justin an honest esate agent and an honest look at present market conditions i recently looked at a house but the price was unrealistic i guess they bought at the top of the market and thought i would pay thgier price i may bo old but im not a mug , keep up the good work

David said:
27 February 2009 @ 08:26

Hi Cliff,
Have you had a look at the long term rentals on eyeonspain? Here´s the link:

We are renting a 3 bed 2 bathroom townhouse house in Manilva village, a couple of km inland on the Costa del Sol and that is only costing 550 euros per month. I think that´s about $700.

Scotty said:
27 February 2009 @ 11:59

Justin - I didn't like the new screen when watching the webisode - you can't tell how long the webisode is, and you can't pause it to answer the phone etc... can you please put the controls back on? Thanks!

Sandra said:
27 February 2009 @ 17:01

I find the new screen is better than the old. It kept 'buffering'(??) and the picture kept freezing and it was too difficult to watch. No such problems (yet) with the new setup.

Interesting programme too!!

christina smyth said:
27 February 2009 @ 23:04

congrats on the interview . trying to send it to my sister who is thinking of buying in marbella but it wont seem to send ! couldnt find the controls to make it a bit louder

Justin said:
28 February 2009 @ 10:39

Scotty, we had a problem with the usual video host. With this video you have to hover over the video to see the controls.

jonny said:
03 March 2009 @ 16:58

Andrew was very informative and seemed very honest, other estate agents should take a leaf out of his book!!

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