Tips for buying a new build property

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Tips for buying a new build property

Tips for buying a new build property

In the last five years, sales of new construction projects on the Costa Blanca have really picked up speed. New residential areas will be established, with modern apartments, terraced houses and detached houses on the market. New projects are being started and projects that were stopped during the financial crisis are being completed.
Buying new construction in Spain gives you many of the same advantages as at home. Among other things, you get the latest construction technology. You often also have the opportunity to influence your new home. Perhaps you want to choose the materials yourself, make options or change the floor plan?

When your home is completed, the developer will first inspect the home himself. It is also necessary that an architect approves the work. Before signing the deed, you have an obligation to investigate.

Spaniabosted carries out a review of the home on your behalf, but you can also choose an external inspector if you wish. When you have taken over the home, you can move in and make a list of any adjustment needs.

If you discover errors, deficiencies or gaps in your new home, you have up to one year to give feedback to the developer. On top of that, you have a 10-year warranty on all the structural parts when you buy a new build in Spain.

Let us search for you! There is a large selection of homes on the market with great variety and it can quickly become a bit overwhelming to find them all on your own. Leave your contact details below and we will arrange a telephone meeting to map out your needs so that we can find alternatives that suit your wishes and needs.