Buying a property as part of a syndicate

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wollie
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Re: Buying a property as part of a syndicate

Postby wollie » Tue May 08, 2018 9:04 pm

*beep*,
why you not meet a fancy senora to help you with your money problem.
btw do you know the difference between p###s and a bonus?
they will blow the bonus...

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Re: Buying a property as part of a syndicate

Postby katy » Tue May 08, 2018 10:39 pm

RichardCoeurdeLion wrote:OK OK OK already.

I'm forgetting the whole hair brained scheme.

I have these moments of madness from time to time.

I'm sitting on the naughty step.


Most have those crazy moments at some time. We had a thought last year in Nice, fortunately it passed :mrgreen:

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Re: Buying a property as part of a syndicate

Postby Unicorn » Tue May 08, 2018 10:45 pm

Richard, I wondered about that too. I am obviously more precious............or maybe just yellowey orange!

Keep in touch, pm if you want if you have a price in mind as I am here all the time..............

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Re: Buying a property as part of a syndicate

Postby RichardCoeurdeLion » Wed May 09, 2018 8:00 am

Thanks Unicorn and Wollie.

Wollie. ... another Senora? I have enough trouble with the one I've got.

I don't understand your last sentence.

Leaving Estepona today for a week in La Carihuela. Not been before... looking forward to some nice fish.

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Re: Buying a property as part of a syndicate

Postby Pamela1 » Wed May 09, 2018 12:24 pm

Hubby and son are both crazy about fish...the Carihuela is nice but its not the best place for fish..its soo expensive for what it is..Spanish BIL always asks them for the good stuff and not what they serve up to tourists! He loves Cadiz for fish!

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Re: Buying a property as part of a syndicate

Postby Manchesteral » Wed Aug 29, 2018 9:36 pm

La Carihuela is a place I've been many times, never been disappointed, regarding Pamela's remark about the prices in the fish restaurants some places are pricey especially on the front line (immediately in front of the beach). If you want genuine Spanish, good quality seafood then I recommend Casa Juan in the centre of the village, you definitely will not go wrong ! A huge bonus in my opinion is that La Carihuela is practically vehicle free (pedestrian only on the first and second line) so you can stroll around without worrying about reckless drivers :-)


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