BARGAIN buys are up for grabs along Spain’s coastline.
For the second year in a row, Spanish bank Sareb is offloading thousands of properties at cut prices.
Starting from €32,000, a total of 2,337 homes have been put on the market under Sareb’s Tu Casa a Toda Costa scheme.
The cheapest property is a one-bedroom apartment in Alicante, while the priciest pad is a 342 m2 luxury villa in Calvia (Balearic Islands) going for €866,000.
Meanwhile in Andalucia there are a number of properties on the market. The cheapest can be found in Roquetas del Mar for just €38,000, while the priciest is in Sotogrande at €428,000.
Surprisingly, the second-highest priced property in the scheme is in La Linea, one of the poorest towns in Spain, and is on the market at €334,000.
The scheme runs until August 30.
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