and nice antique facade
Plaza Santo Domingo, Murcia
tips for selling
don't want to lose any one of our clients but hoping
that you only want to sell your Spanish home to buy
another one, we provide you with some top tips to
help. Tip no. 1 find a reputable estate agent who
knows the area well… click
here to read the rest.
over Lemons again
you read the book 'Driving Over Lemons' by Chris Stewart?
Many expats have, before, during or after making
the decision to take the plunge and relocate themselves.
They might not have made quite such a bold move as Chris.
Briefly a drummer with Genesis then a sheep shearer
and finally a writer he went to live in a derelict farmhouse
south of Granada.
However, we perhaps all share the sense of optimism
that sends us in search of a different kind of life.
If you liked the book and want to know what he's up
to now, try reading his blog on listisimo - the website
all about saving money.
in the beans
we've found out something new about our readers. You
love optical illusions!The link to the coffee bean
conundrum was the most popular from February's newsletter.
And what a clever lot. Of those who responded to our
survey 81% were able to spot the hidden man in less
than one minute. If you missed the link last time, here it is again.
And just in case you haven't had enough, we found the
original site where the coffee beans came from, with
lots more illusions on which to mull. Beware.
Visit this website and you'll be seeing double.
good article with some practical advice. Much
of it might be common sense but the idea about the 10
minute-blast was news to me. Read it and you'll see
what I mean. Click here.
don't need to come to Spain
is a blow whenever and wherever it strikes and however
much it is anticipated. What makes it worse is if you
aren't prepared. One reassuring factor when writing
your will and making plans is that your inheritors
need not come to Spain for your affairs to be settled.
To find out more about what they will need to do click
here to read our article...
say, I say, I say, what's a webinar?
´webinar´ is an on-line seminar - perfect for those
who prefer to listen to information rather than read
it. Ábaco is organising a series of webinars so
you can find out more about life and law in Spain. The
webinars can be listened to on your PC at home/ work/
play and they're interactive so you can ask questions
if you want to. We´d like to know when the best time
would be for you to listen in:
Click here to let us know your preference.
us at Round Town
Ábaco often advertise and publish articles in the free
paper 'Round Town News'. The RTN has an excellent
online paper that is as good as (if not better)
than the paper copy. If you are a non-resident home
owner it will help keep you up-to-date with what's happening
in the Costa Blanca region. You can access the north
and south versions of this virtual newspaper by clicking here
Alternatively if you would like it to be e-mailed to
you every Friday contact firstname.lastname@example.org
over the Mar Menor
La Manga, Murcia