Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Home Property Magazine

Property Magazine

WELCOME to the latest edition of the Olive Press’ special Property magazine.

Appearing bi-monthly with the newspaper, it offers an incisive, in-depth look at the burgeoning property market on the Costa del Sol and inland.

Keeping you updated on the fast-moving market, with the latest statistics, changes to the law and useful up-to-date information, it will also focus on ideas for your home.

Featuring a range of articles and interviews, we hope it will become an essential tool for buying and selling your home in southern Spain.

We hope you enjoy it and would like to say thanks to all the agents and advertisers for supporting this launch. We hope you will continue with us over the coming years.

Do not hesitate to contact us with feedback, ideas or to advertise in the next edition. Email [email protected].

Yours sincerely,
Jon Clarke, Publisher

More property news from the Olive Press

THIRD TIME LUCKY: Micheal Douglas puts his Mallorca estate on the market again

ACTOR Michael Douglas and his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, have put their Mallorcan mansion on the market for a lucky third time. The couple have once...

New reality TV show recruiting homeowners across the Costa del Sol

Every episode tells a different story with different people, also featuring their estate agents who are helping them buy or rent a property.

COIN PICAFORT: Property in Mallorca goes on the market in bitcoin, one of six in Spain

A HOUSE in Can Picafort has been put on the market with the option to buy in Bitcoin. The property is being sold on idealista.com...

AMERICAN DREAM: Former US ambassador said to be looking for a dream home on the island

HE'S credited with the reason the Obama family keep returning to Mallorca. And now, appropriately, America’s former ambassador to Spain, James Costos, is looking to...

Drones discover Malaga province has more than 4,000 illegal buildings… and counting

MALAGA province has more than 4,000 undeclared buildings, an investigation has revealed.  The General Directorate of Cadastre discovered the haul last year after using drones...

CCTV cameras to be installed in ‘crime hotspots’ in Marbella

The video feed will go straight to local police rather than the town hall.
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