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If you want to sell, price it right
Posted on Oct 17 2010 by Barbara in General
One of the things I really love about being a buyer’s agent, compared with the role of an estate agent, is not having to endure endless telephone calls with sellers who insist on maintaining a sky-high asking price when all the evidence is that prices in Andalucía have fallen at least 30% since the peak of the market and in many areas the fall will have to be... Read More »
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Looks like an investment to me
Posted on Sep 23 2010 by Barbara in General
I have always thought that the words ‘investor’ and ‘investment’ were two of the most overused and misused words during the hyped-up property fest that was Spain’s property market from 2000 and I tried hard to keep them out of my vocabulary. In the worst of cases, these ‘investors’ were still piling into overpriced tat […] Read More »
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The trials of working in August
Posted on Aug 24 2010 by Barbara in General
I’ve had it with trying to work in August in Spain. I promised myself this year that I would stay away and I did fly out of Málaga on July 30th. Read More »
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Will the Obama visit help Marbella’s image?
Posted on Aug 05 2010 by Barbara in General
A couple of years ago I worked for clients who for health reasons needed to buy a property in a ‘warm winter’ destination. Read More »
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Confusing Valuations
Posted on Jul 22 2010 by Barbara in General
In the past I’ve had some very harsh things to say about property market statistics in Spain Read More »