Real estate viewing trips to Spain

On our inspection trips the decision to buy or not is entirely up to you, there is no pressure

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For more information about our inspection trips please feel free to contact us and we will be delighted to assist you.

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Fly to the sun

View your dreamhome

Help to avoid properties that aren’t 100% legal

As a registered property agent with AIPP, we must make sure that all the appropriate paperwork is completed, that you have suitable legal representation and have the adequate finances in place to enable you to receive your deeds (Escritura) once the purchase is safely completed.

Effortless and satisfying trip

We realise that often you may need to visit the location a few times before you can find the perfect property. We can help you save time and provide you with an effortless and satisfying trip.

Well placed real estate shops

We have well placed real estate shops on Costa del Sol, Costa Blanca, Costa Valencia, Costa Brava, Mallorca and Gran Canaria. Please see the our offices section for exact address.

Make your property purchase a success

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Frequently asked questions

What is included?

  • Free legal advice from an independent property lawyer.
  • Free financial advice from an independent mortgage brokerage.
  • Area and property presentation.
  • Exclusive service, advice and guidance from one of our experienced Property Consultants.

Our customers are in the UK but our service is in Spain. We realized a long time ago that if we want people to use us then it’s our job to bring them over to see us.

Conducting property inspections with a well respected Spanish property agent helps to ensure you receive accurate answers to key questions, such as:
  • Is this a good area for rentals?
  • How much is the cost of living?
  • Are property prices rising here?
  • How close am I to key amenities such as shops, bus routes, doctors etc.?
  • Is this a sensible buy based on my needs?

In nearly all cases, the mortgage will be a repayment mortgage, which means the monthly payment is made up of both capital and interest. Your mortgage will be paid off in full at the end of the term. Some lenders allow you to pay interest-only during the first one or two years of a construction mortgage, but not for the purchase of an existing property.