Please note that we are constantly updating our web pages in order to provide the most accurate as possible description of any property listed and the services we provide. Property availability, the contents and overall prices however can be subject to changes that are outside of our control. Contracts with Olvera Properties involving interim agreements, such as commission rates, furnishing and subsequent modifications of the property, are considered legally binding with all parties and should be scrutinized by a lawyer before signing.
There are excellent lawyers, translators, architects, builders, electricians and plumbers available in Olvera who can facilitate you in every step of your purchase. Please see the Resources page for some indication.
* List prices can be negotiated and this may affect how Olvera Properties adjusts its commission payments.
Olvera Properties would also like to take this opportunity to underscore its business position: Olvera Properties is an estate agent, and keeps costs to the clients to a minimum while providing the best service that we possibly can. Olvera Properties ensures that all the paperwork on a property, prior to the sale, is as up to date as the Spanish authorities can provide, and informs our clients about any processes that may be outstanding up to the point of exchange of contract.
It is strongly suggest that all clients use the services of a structural surveyor prior to purchasing, so that there are no hidden surprises. If local builders are required, there is a (not-so-extensive) list and wherever possible please find out if they are fully insured and professional (i.e. all the workers are legal and paying social security). It si also strongly advise that architects, translators and site managers are used for larger jobs. In all cases:
(a.) That more than two itemised estimates are obtained for any job and
(b.) That a visit to work done previously by the chosen builder is granted and viewed in detail prior to an agreement and
(c.) That provision for penalty clauses be carefully thought out (if you change your mind mid-stream be very clear how much extra it will cost, also if work isn’t done well or in time, what choices will you have?).
We also strongly advise anybody buying a property to employ a local lawyer to aid them through the process and provide any future legal backup.
Olvera Properties is NOT in the construction or building professional and we do not, as a company, take on or recommend any building work or building modification.
Please note, as indicated at the beginning of this page, the suggestions above are meant as a guide. Please, always consult your lawyer for advice regarding property purchase in Spain as
Olvera Properties cannot accept liability regarding advice issued on this web site.
Please note that all the property details on this web site are correct and accurate to the best of our knowledge and abilities. Prices and descriptions can and may vary from those represented on this web site as this is ultimately beyond our control. Interim agreements between vendors, purchasers and Olvera Properties are legally binding and must be scrutinized by your lawyer. Square meterage and hectarage is always an estimate and not of catastral accuracy.
Olvera Properties cannot accept liability for any inconsistencies regarding property description.
Please note that personal information used by Olvera Properties is only obtained with the clients´ consent and that this information is used within the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998 (UK). The standard web technology referred to as a “cookie” is not used on this site.
It is your responsibility to run an anti-virus program on all material downloaded from the Internet. Therefore, we cannot accept responsibility for any loss, disruption or damage for your data or computer system which may occur whilst using material derived from this web site.