I have been approached by a number of owners from a large development in the province of Alicante asking me to survey certain works carried out by their president. Apparently the president awards himself certain works every year which mounted to many thousands of Euros. However, the works were apparently accepted and voted by a majority of owners. Nevertheless, the question arises if anything that it is voted in a general annual meeting is legal. Since I am not a solicitor or an administrator...
There is a popular saying in Spanish that says: “those who works with honey can’t help sucking their fingers”. Apparently there is a lot of honey in multimillion public construction contracts and large construction companies have been involved in the payments of commissions to political parties to obtain large public contracts.
Obtaining a good bargain when buying a new home is a quite a job. Whether it is for purchase or rent, it requires the investment of time and some reflection, including calls visits and revisits. To this we have to add a number of decisions that must be taken.
In my last article we did analyse the importance of orientation before we jump into making an offer to buy a property and how the relation of the internal layout of the property it is important and not just orientation. We also stated that is not the same to have a south orientation for a property on the North of Spain to a property on East Coast.
A building site is not exactly a rose garden. And often you have to draw the line somewhere.
I am referring to the situation when the contractor on site is not doing his job properly or when a member of the contractor’s team is not up to the standard that it is required.
Terrace is one of the spaces in the house that most satisfies the Spanish people especially when summer is approaching. We may not have a large area, but there are solutions to get more out of them and enjoy a personal space, adapted to our needs... Do you like plants? Have you always wanted to have a garden? Do you want your terrace to become an oasis in the middle of the city where you can relax every night? Take note of the keys that we highlight to make the most of the terrace adaptable to...
Although here in Spain most homes are built of reinforced concrete rather than timber, the fire loading i.e. the amount of combustible materials in the home may cause a dangerous situation specially during the night when everyone is sleep.
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