MOBILE HOME IN SPAIN NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE FEB 2009
Feb 2009 ** Some of the content might not be relevant on the date of reading this**
Firstly we welcome two new members of staff to the team in Spain this month, Suzanne and Eduardo. Both are going to be working on new projects and services that we plan to offer our clients soon and full details of what they will be doing will be given in next months newsletter .
The other news is that we have now added a forum to the website exclusive to newsletter subscribers. You have direct access to Steve, Martin, Peter and Tom and through the forum you will be able to ask them and other forum member s questions and see what is going on as well. Peter and Tom will post news items relating to park La Vi a and park La Posada.
To access the forum please go to http://www.costadifference.com/forum/
Please bookmark the page if you intend to use the forum as there is no direct link from the website as we only plan for it to be used by newsletter subscribers and of course any of the residents on the parks themselves.
Now back to this month s newsletter. We are going to take this opportunity to explain what we do best, finding for our clients the perfect great value resale mobile home on one of the three parks that are close to the town of Antequera.
Regular newsletter subscribers will know that the parks are Park La Vi a in the village of Mollina, Park La Posada in the village of Alameda and last but not least Flamingo Park in the village of Fuente De Piedra. With all 3 villages close to each other it is possible on the Inspection Visits (or as we prefer to call them Fact Finding Visits ) to get to see all three villages and all three parks making the short break very well worthwhile.
Park La Vi a is a residential style park situated on the outskirts of the village. From the top of the park it is only a short walk through the vineyards to the centre of the village. Mollina has everything for the ex-pat with an English book shop, local supermarkets as well as Spanish & English Bars. The homes themselves are all on 200 sq metre plots and the park has been designed in such a way that the homes have different style plots in many cases. The result of the park layout is that it has a very cosy feel and helps create a great community spirit.
Park La Posada is the newest park and in complete contrast to La Vi a the park is in the traditional style similar to residential style parks in the UK with all the plots more or less the same. The facilities are to a very high standard and like La Vi a it has Satellite TV, phones and Internet. Being so different means that visitors can get a very good idea of why this park or that park has been chosen by the residents who are already living there.
Flamingo Park is alongside the famous Flamingo Lake. A very quiet park with only 35 homes but is the only park that has double units for sale. Views and peace and quiet is on offer here. There is a good sized bar and restaurant on site as well. Again this park is only a short walk into the village and like the village of Alameda it is very Spanish.
So, why buy a resale mobile home? The answer is very simple; they represent great value for money and by buying right it means you have more money to spend on enjoying yourself here in Spain. The main saving is the decking which is very expensive here in Spain. Nearly all the resale mobile homes listed on the website come complete with decking. This saves you between 5,000 and 10,000.
The other good thing is that all the resale mobile homes come with lots of extras as well; washing machines, sheds, tables & chairs are just some examples along with air conditioning units of course. In some cases you can move straight in as the vendors are leaving almost everything. In short, three parks near three villages and homes built by all the major manufacturers on offer.
The only things they have in common is all three have swimming pools and facilities, all are close to the town of Antequera and of course we have staff living on the parks to look after our clients.
A new life in Spain in a mobile home is well worth thinking about and the process is simple. 1) check out the homes on offer via the website, 2) take a fact finding visit, 3) if you liked what you saw ask us how we can help you find a mobile home for you. If after the visit you decide it is not what you want (and people do sometimes) then at least you have had a few days in Spain and know exactly what living on a residential style park is like.
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Costa Difference Ltd are sending Martin to Glasgow for the Place in the Sun Live show at the SEC Centre.
His role at the show is to represent residential parks and to pass on general retire to Spain information.
Show runs on the 28th and 29th of October