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Sareb launches 3.000 properties for sale in the Spanish coast from €27.500

Sareb launches 3.000 properties for sale in the Spanish coast from €27.500
Properties for sale in the Spanish coast by Sareb
Home page of www.tucasaatodacosta.com / Source: Sareb

As happened in 2015 and 2016, this year Sareb (Sociedad de Gestión de Activos Procedentes de la Reestructuración Bancaria) has launched the campaign named “Tu casa a toda costa”, intended to promote the sales of homes along the Spanish coast.

In this edition, Sareb offers almost 3.000 properties along different coastal regions of Spain, a great opportunity to buy a home in the Spanish coast for both national and foreign buyers. Andalusia, Valencian Community and Murcia Region are the areas with a higher volume of properties for sale in this campaign, which will end on June the 30th.

Sareb offers almost 3.000 properties along different coastal regions of Spain

The range of kinds of properties is very wide, so the potential seller or investor will be able to choose between villas, bungalows, flats and many more. Likewise, the campaign includes both new-built and resale properties.

Price are quite varied too, as the starting price is just €27.500, but in the offer is included also luxury homes.

The campaign represents a great opportunity for all those looking for a property at a very good price in any point of the amazing Spanish coast. You can find more information about the campaign and the offered properties for sale in this microsite: www.tucasaatodacosta.com.

Source: Sareb

Photo: Tucasaatodacosta.com (Sareb)

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