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Mortgage Matters Spain Take Part In Buying Off Plan In Spain Webinar

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Have you ever considered buying a new build in Spain as an investment or holiday home? If so, then why not watch last months webinar on “Buying Off Plan In Spain” to really get to grips with the process and finance options available to you.

We joined My Lawyer In Spain to discuss the process, finance options and the stages and time frame, as they vary depending on which province you purchase in.

Marc Pritchard also joined the webinar, he’s the Sales & Marketing Director of Taylor Wimpey Spain.  Taylor Wimpey are a well renowned new homes builder in Spain.   Also Paul Payne from Masa International who helps clients buy and sell property in Spain from their head office in Torrevieja.

We answered lots of questions, from deposits, building stages and also the current market conditions following Brexit and Covid19. So make yourself a coffee and watch the webinar to fully understand the process of buying off plan in Spain.

If you would like to know more about buying a home off plan and the finance options available, or perhaps you have already reserved your dream home and want to investigate your finance options, then do get in touch with us!

Takeaway: whilst your build may not be finished for another 12-18 months, you can still secure your finance with a Spanish mortgage today, at the agreed rate too!

Contact Alison to find out more on +34 951 12 00 72 or drop her an email

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