Tuesday, February 19, 2019

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

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UK and Irish investors claim €35 million for ‘ghost developments’ on Spain’s Costa del Sol that were never built

Now, after a ruling by the Spanish Supreme Court last year, some 60,000 foreign investors, a large proportion Irish and British, are able to claim money back from the banks, rather than property developers.

ENTIRE village in Spain on Gwyneth Paltrow’s Christmas wish list snapped up by EXPATS for just €150k

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