Friday, January 11, 2008

adios amigos

spanish bulldozers

back to britain then i guess? boom boom bang... perchance to dream.

Posted by camping @ 07:22 AM (777 views)
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13 thoughts on “adios amigos

  • sad story. this was a dream house not a property investment. Camping shouldn’t poke fun!

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  • japanese uncle says:

    When in Rome, do as the Romans do. How can you invest your life savings without knowing the local circumstance in full? Similar events will certainly repeat in many exotic countries where British expats bought houses recently e.g. Portugal, Greece, Italy, France, Croatia, Serbia, etc.etc. Not only the problems directly related to housing but the issues associated with public healthcare systems, etc. In the harsh real world, ignorance cannot make any defence. British ‘reasonableness test’ cannot apply everywhere.

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  • But the bulldozers didn’t even wait for the court order before knocking their house down, how third world is that!!

    What about their human rights, as Spain is in the E.U.??

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  • i fink the dude fake heart attack for sympathy

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  • This happens in the UK as well when people don’t do there research properly. I’ve seen a few people having there houses torn down because they didn’t get the planning permission sorted out properly, especially for barn conversions in Somerset. This isn’t news, its just Stupid brits getting caught up in the whole HPI scam. I remember in the past a load of Brits finding out they didnt actually own the houses they paid for.

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  • I feel very sorry for these people and feel that they have been treated very badly.

    To see your home ripped apart like that….sadly I expect to see far more of this kind of thing….

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  • it_is_going_with_a_bang says:

    Well that’s not going to do the Spanish property market any favours is it.
    You have to feel sorry for someone in that position.
    Having said that you have to accept that Spanish planning Law is an ar5e and if you take the risk of building a new house / buying a property there you are taking a risk, no matter how well planed or researched.

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  • All part of the harmoniuos EU. Simple if the place looks dodgy and is dodgy don’t invest in it.

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  • ”Simple if the place looks dodgy and is dodgy don’t invest in it.”

    Well it probably looked ok….but they trusted ”officials”.

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  • japanese uncle says:

    hywatcher:

    I feel sorry for the Spanish FTBs kicked out by the boom largely accelerated by the British property investors and speculators as well as I feel sorry for these pensioners.

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  • planning4acrash says:

    I hope that these pensioners can sue for compensation from the local government. What a disgrace!

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  • i fink dude faked heart attack coz taxman back in da Uk looking for him

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  • @japanese uncle
    ”I feel sorry for the Spanish FTBs kicked out by the boom largely accelerated by the British property investors and speculators as well as I feel sorry for these pensioners.”

    So do I, but to see ur life savings effectively go down the pan…

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