21 Apr, 2016 @ 08:47
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Unlock your home’s potential

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ARE you hoping to sell your traditional style Spanish home?

individual-homesCurrent trends show that modern-style houses are among the quickest to sell and also command the best prices.

But if your home is traditionally styled it can still be adapted to realise it’s potential.

Individual Homes in La Cala offers a professional bespoke reform service, with a personal guiding hand touch through each step of the simple process.

Individual Homes offers a complete service to unlock the full value of older properties, which often have a distinct appeal over new builds, including some of the best views, attractive locations and mature, well-established gardens.

The plan is simple: spend a little, gain a lot, with cost versus reward resulting in a more attractive property with greater selling potential.

Turnaround is much quicker than a new build, in most cases within three months, and work licenses are much easier to obtain.

Application, design, and building works are all undertaken with a fixed-price guarantee and the company can help with financing and get the best agent to handle your sale!

You can even sell your home off-plan without undertaking the works, with 3D drawings and models supplied at a surprisingly small cost. This option enables new owners to tweak the design to their personal taste…making your existing home their very own dream home.

Call 952 49 49 44, email [email protected] or visit www.individualhomes.net

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