July 8, 2010 (Newswire.com)
Vision Board Properties, a Spanish property investment company were recently
chosen as local experts to comment on the state of the Spanish property market by BBC News 24 for an item broadcast Monday 5th July.
The programme was based in Cadiz and focused on the economic crisis in Europe and in particular Andalucia where unemployment runs at 40%.
Kerrie Hanafin, co-owner of Vision Board Properties talked about how the situation in Spain is similar to that in the U.K. where public sector cuts are about hit home.
It was also pointed out that as well as being a good time for the British to buy in Spain while the prices remain low, it is also an excellent opportunity to sell property as sterling is stronger against the Euro.
A new raft of interest from Russia in particular and non euro buyers is also making selling an attractive proposition.
Vision Board Properties are focused entirely on the Spanish market which has been in decline for a number of years and consequently offers many great opportunities.
Kerrie explained that there are numerous individuals, developers and banks who need to offload land or properties well below market value to cap their losses. As such, it is possible to secure huge discounts on market value through companies like Vision Board Properties.
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