Off Plan

On our portfolio we also have a number of Off-plan properties. What is an off-plan property? Well an off-plan property is a property that has been drawn up but has not been built. Many times the developer will build properties on land bought by property investors for a set price, making a tidy profit for an investor when the property is sold. 

Many people who buy off-plan properties are looking into their future as they cannot move in to the property as soon as they move to Spain, as its simply impossible because it hasn't been built.

There is a wide-selection of off-plan sites around the Alicante/Murcia provinces, with many located near the coast. 

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"Our biggest concern with buying is Spain was navigating the legal process and we don’t speak Spanish (yet ????).

We met with Gerry and having given him our brief within a couple of hours we were standing in properties, one of which is now our new Spanish home! We are delighted.

There was no pressure and we were actually encouraged to think about it for a couple of days (which we did) and then went back and took the plunge.

Within 6 weeks all was completed and we we were in! We met with other agents in other parts of Spain, but no-one offered the same service and attention, and we felt that once you had agreed the deal you were very much on your own.

Gerry and Sue walked us through the process every step of the way. It was far easier than buying a property in the UK but without the support of DSH we would have been lost. If you are looking to buy in this area talk to these guys."

- Jon and Melanie Shelton (Manchester)

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