New Build Properties for Sale
La Font Residencial

Investment Opportunities in the Valencian Region

For the future prospective émigré or investors considering Spain, I take the unusual step of introducing this latest development project which is backed by Bancaza, a major Spanish financial institution.

Both the media and I have given many warnings about the problems property purchasers face in relation to the LRAU land confiscation law. There is no worry here. Buyers of these properties are assured that this is a newly developed area within the jurisdiction of La Font town itself and is "urbanised" by the local council themselves. All services and taxes are paid by the developer previous to the start of building and properties are handed over as fully-developed legally registered urban property.

If you are thinking of Spain as your ideal retirement home or considering it as the perfect place for starting a new business venture then the project described below allows even the first time buyer to start planning the future.

When talking of buying property I am also always warning prospective buyers to remember they must allow an extra 10% over the house price to cover solicitors fees, taxes etc, but with this developer all these charges are included in the one price.

The project includes 3 magnificent villas at Xauxa as well as town houses and apartments at La Font and other locations. Many of these properties are already sold and I have not the time to continually vary the website. I am however pleased to recommend the developer and if you fill in the form you will be forwarded the latest site descriptions and details.

All of the properties sold by this developer are subject to the same inclusive price conditions.

Follow the links or complete the form below to find out more about these properties, available for as little as €101,000 and up to €350,000


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